Sermons on Colossians
The Israelites were provided manna from heaven during their wandering. Likewise, we have been given bread from heaven; the bread of life. Today we explore what it means for Jesus to be the bread of life.
The word “hallelujah” comes from the two Hebrew words meaning “praise God.” This Easter, we praise God for the cross, and for the love He had for us that led Him to make the ultimate sacrifice.
Quite often we get the feeling of joy and gratitude in reverse order. We think that if we are feeling joy that it will make us grateful. This is backwards. We need to be grateful first, no matter the circumstances, and the feelings of joy will follow.
Creating a rhythm between work and rest is important. However, we must be sure that we do not confuse “rest” with “leisure.” We can be just as out of balance by not working enough as we can by not resting enough. Sometimes the challenge is trusting God with our rest during the time of harvest.
Hebrews 12:18-29 Colossians 3:16
Consistent reading of scripture can have a very powerful impact. We pray that you can move from a feeling of obligation and becomes a time of great pleasure.
Being Jesus people means being bible people. Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly.
Real love requires sacrifice. That is just what Jesus did. He sacrificed so that we may be reconciled. Gods plan of our reconciliation is something angels long to look on.
Many of us have asked, “who is God?” We have a God that is relational. God is tri – unity, the trinity. Relational since before creation. And He speaks human because He wants a relationship with us.
We have deep desires and passions and we need to look to Jesus to fulfill them. In your marriage chose ministry over manipulation. Make some practical rules about how you resolve conflict before you are in one.
The more we understand about Gods grace the more we extend it to others. We are His ambassadors of extraordinary and every day grace.
Ecclesiastes – Pt.12 Wisdom builds, directs and is a blessing. Jesus is our source of wisdom.