Category Colossians

  • How should we, as Christians, conduct ourselves in our dealings with those outside Christ’s church in this world?

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  • The Apostle Paul urges his fellow believers at Colosse to continue in prayer. And while they are praying to the Lord God, watching and giving thanks for God’s answers to their prayers, Paul urges them to remember him and his companions in their prayers as well.

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  • Not only does God require employees and servants to wholeheartedly serve their employers and masters; He requires masters and employers to pay a just and fair wage to their servants and employees.

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  • Though people may joke about being slaves to their work, not many would actually count themselves as servants. Yet, this word of God applies to employees and all who work for others; so this would take in almost every one of us at some time or another.

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  • It is God’s perfect will that children obey their parents in all things — the only exception being when obedience to parents would cause disobedience to God (cf. Acts 5:29). Obedience to parents, God says, is “well-pleasing unto the Lord.”

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