Sermons on Colossians
Week 3 of our summer teaching series looking at different people in the Bible.
Rebecca, with guest appearance from her husband Nate, is sharing some principles about parenting that ALL of us can apply to our lives. No matter what phase of life you find yourself in, these principles apply to friendship, discipleship, and parenting.
Colossians 3:23, The mission of Red Letter Challenge (RLC) is to help people live more like Jesus. Sadly, when people think of Jesus-followers it is a far cry from who Jesus actually is. After all that Jesus has done for us, we cannot be content with the picture and representation that we are sharing. We must change the story and perception of who Jesus is. We believe that if people truly met the real Jesus, they would really fall in love with Him. So…
“Remember who you are. Don’t compromise for anyone, for any reason. You are a child of the Almighty God. Live that truth.”
“The man who gazes upon and contemplates day by day the face of the Lord Jesus Christ, and who has caught the glow of the reality that the Lord is not a theory but an indwelling power and force in his life, is as a mirror reflecting the glory of the Lord.”
Heaven is real and Hell is real, and eternity is but a breath away. Billy Graham
Study of historical origins of the Christian faith result in these conclusions: Jesus died on the cross, His resurrection best explains events around His death, and Jesus’ claim to be God best explains Christians immediate proclamation of Jesus’ diety.
“The world takes us to a silver screen on which flickering images of passion and romance play, and as we watch, the world says, “This is love.” God takes us to the foot of a tree on which a naked and bloodied man hangs and says, “This is love.”