We believe. Yet how many people around us have no idea that we confess Jesus as our one and only Savior? What keeps us from speaking up and sharing our faith with others?
What moves us to hate people so intensely that we’ll go to any length to hurt or even destroy them? How easily we can rationalize along with the schemer inside each one of us.
We may be quick to vilify Judas, the infamous Betrayer. But, what would you have done as Jesus’ leadership seemed to falter and it looked like you might be about to go down with the ship?
Living out our identity depends on who’s in front of us at the present time. We live to display Jesus’ glory in the world around us. Colossians 3:18-4:6
Jesus is the power to put off the old self and put on the new. Scriptures: First Lesson: Psalm 51; Gospel: Mark 2:13-17 Sermon Text: Colossians 3:1-17
All the Old Testament laws were a shadow of Jesus. Jesus is the real thing. The things we do DO NOT make us a Christian. Sermon Text: Colossians 2:16-23
Everything that Jesus has accomplished has become ours through our baptism. Sermon Text: Colossians 2:6-15
Paul knew who he was in Christ and he wanted others to know the treasures of being in Christ. Sermon Text: Colossians 1:24-2:5
Just who is Jesus and how does his profile change ours? Sermon Text: Colossians 1:15-23
It’s Paul’s prayer (and ours) that our study of Colossians will help us better understand who we are in Christ . Colossians 1:1-14
Simeon and Anna give us a stirring picture of what it means to wait on the Lord and finally experience the joy of God’s promises fulfilled. How have you experienced the joy of God’s promises fulfilled? Sermon Text: Luke 2:25-40
God promised that he would send a forerunner who would prepare the way for the coming Savior by proclaiming our need for deliverance. How is God preparing your heart for your Deliverer? Sermon Text: Mark 1:1-8