Category Colossians

  • Paul wrote this letter while he himself was a prisoner because there were those who were seeking to rob these believers of the assurance and hope they had in Jesus by placing other demands upon them….

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  • The apostle’s message, the true Gospel, is that we are complete in Jesus — our salvation and everlasting life are certain in Him — there is nothing we need to add to His redemptive work!

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  • Though the Apostle Paul may never have visited the church in Colosse, when he heard of the believers’ faith in Christ Jesus and the resulting love they had for their fellow believers, he, together with Timothy, gave thanks to God for giving them the confident hope of eternal life in heaven through Messiah Jesus.

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  • Though the Apostle Paul may never have visited the church in Colosse, when he heard of their faith in Christ Jesus and the resulting love these believers had for their fellow believers, he, together with Timothy, gave thanks to God for giving them the confident hope of eternal life in heaven through Christ Jesus.

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  • The book of Colossians is actually a letter, sent by the apostle Paul and Timothy to the believers in Colosse by the hand of Tychicus and Onesimus. And this letter was to be read by all the believers in Colosse and then read also in the church at Laodicea (Colossians 4:16); and the Colossians were directed to read a letter sent to the church in Laodicea (a letter which we apparently no longer have).

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