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Colossians 4:1

Colossians 4:1

The Lord is no respecter of persons. There is no one that is excluded from His gracious offer of salvation, by grace through faith in Jesus Christ.. and there are none that are given extra-special treatment based on their status, skills, colour, parentage, gender, intellectual capacity, political leanings, business acumen or charismatic personality.

In his letter to the Colossians, Paul had already outlined the importance of read more...

Colossians 4:2

Colossians 4:2

In our Christian life we are entreated to continue steadfastly in prayer, to pray continuously, to present our needs before our heavenly Provider, to lift up others to the eternal throne of grace, to bend our ear to His gentle promptings. This is proposed by Paul as a duty and responsibility, and yet it is the greatest privilege given to the believer - to enter the throne-room of grace with petitions, prayers and pleas for our fellow-man and our brothers and read more...

Colossians 4:5

Colossians 4:5

Paul equips the saints to recognise false teaching and doctrines of demons by teaching the truth of the Gospel of God to the saints. He teaches of the exaltation and perfection of Christ, the deity and the sufficiency of Christ and the wisdom and glory of Christ. He teaches of our reconciliation by Christ, and our membership in the Body of Christ - and He details the importance of a believe's prayer life and testimony for the Lord.

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Colossians 4:6

Colossians 4:6

It was the Lord Jesus about Whom it was said, no man ever spoke like this man and it was the Lord Jesus who spoke in spirit and truth. Jesus only said what He heard the Father say and He only did as the Spirit of God instructed Him.

Some people think this showed that Christ was less than God. NEVER! He is co-equal with the Father and in every respect, but while on earth the Lord Jesus subjected Himself to the will of the Father. read more...

Colossians 4:8

Colossians 4:8

Love for his brothers and sisters in Christ was clearly seen in all of Paul’s writings.. and in this letter to the Colossians, his heart’s desire was that these beloved believers would gain great spiritual strength. He knew that many blessings and benefits follow those who continue earnestly to pray in faith, and for those who are vigilant in their worship, praise and thanksgiving.

Paul knew that it is God’s will that His blood-bought sons and read more...

Colossians 4:16

Colossians 4:16

The letter Paul wrote to the Colossians suggests that the believers there, as well as those in Laodicea, had never met Paul in person, although he prayed regularly for them and wrote letters to them to give them personal encouragement and instruction in Christian living.

Paul sent Epaphras to preach the good news of the gospel at Colossae, but he wrote his epistle to further instruct them on essential doctrines concerning the read more...