Colossians 3: The New Self

Colossians 3: The New Self

The letter to the Colossians may be divided into two parts. Chapters 1 and 2 address doctrine, whereas chapters 3 and 4 offer application. Paul’s first command is to keep seeking the things above and not the things on Earth (Colossians 3:1). This echoes Jesus’ rebuke...
Who Does God Say I Am?

Who Does God Say I Am?

Below is a list of biblical affirmations about our identity in Jesus Christ that is derived from a few selected passages in the New Testament. This is just a portion of the many truths about who we have become through faith in God’s Son, but it is a powerful inventory...
Colossians 3: The New Self

Q&A Session: April 1, 2022

You long for more than this world can provide. This is because you were made for eternity. God gave you these longings in order to cultivate an appetite for Himself. He wants you to come to know Him. Your experiences here have been marked by suffering. Because of the...
Colossians 3: The New Self

Contentment in Christ

What matters most to you? Unless we know who and Whose we are, our answer to this question will lead only to discontentment. We will end up defining ourselves based on what we have and what we do. But knowing God is the One who defines us leads us to a place of hope....
Colossians 3: The New Self

Romans 15: Who Are We?

How do we know what our lives should look like? The world tries to pin many identities on us, teaching us to look to our work or to our families or to our sexual identities as the defining aspects of our lives. However, Paul clearly states in Romans...