Paul wrote the letter to the Colossians while he was in
jail. Apparently he was encouraged to do so by Epaphras who had come
to visit and encourage him. The letter lays out the very nature of
the Christ — and what we should do about it.
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Faithful Brethren - Greetings and prayers for the
Colossians, people who live at the meeting of Eastern
mysticism and Western philosophy.
Icon –The nature of Christ who is
the image of the invisible God, the firstborn of all
Fullness of Christ —A
study in how to pray for others — especially others that you
don't know very well.
Set Your Mind —Paul
describes how we were dead in our sins but made alive
The New Man - The changes —
positive and negative – which come about when a person
becomes a true Christian.
Submission - We can do all
things in the name of the Lord Jesus — including submission.
Personal Notes - Paul ends
his letter to the Colossians with some personal notes and
These lessons were delivered in 2013. An earlier version of
this study may be found here