Tagged as Calvary, Colossians, Cross, Disconnection, Trinity
Tagged as Colossians, Immorality, Legalism, reality, Wisdom
Tagged as Colossians, Frame of Reference, Perseverance, Security, Worth
Tagged as Chosen, Colossians, evangelism, salt and light, Tracts
Tagged as Chosen, Colossians, Favorites, Gym Class, Predestination
Tagged as Boomerang, Colossians, Consequences, Judgment, Wrath
Tagged as Colossians, Grieving, Old Testament, Pictures of God, Shadow
If Jesus dying on the cross reveals God’s true nature, then what do we do with the barbaric pictures of God in the Old Testament? In this sermon, Greg talks about the problem and offers a different viewpoint of how to see the shadow of the cross in the Old Testament.
Tagged as Colossians, Cross, Shadow, The Law, Ugliness
When people read the Old Testament, it can be a bit confusing to those that know Jesus and his ministry. In this sermon, Greg talks about how the Law in the Old Testament was simply a shadow of the cross, and that the ugliness in the Old Testament simply shows how far humanity was separated from God.
Tagged as Angels, Colossians, Hungry Heart, Secret, Shadows
Paul wrote the Colossians to confront a false religion of invoking angels. These invocations were being done because people thought Jesus wasn’t enough. This same type of thought pervades our own society, where people with hungry hearts are searching for more than what Jesus offers. In this sermon, Greg talks about the fullness that Jesus brings.
Tagged as Address, Colossians, Identity, Roman Empire, Subversive
As we start our new sermon series in Colossians, it is important to remember the foundations on which the early Church stood. Living in Christ, for the early Church, was the same as living at an address, and it had large implications for how they viewed themselves. In this sermon, Greg points out some of these implications and also gives a little history behind Paul’s letter to Colossae.