Colossians 1:18b — Paul turns our attention to the resurrection of Jesus. He is the beginning of the resurrection and the first resurrected human being. As such, there is no argument that He is worthy of the preeminence in all things.
In this sermon and the four that follow, Steve digresses from his verse-by-verse study through the Book of Genesis to teach us about the covenants of the Bible. This sermon covers the Edenic, Adamic and Noahic covenants.
Acts 11:26 — Have you ever wondered why we are called Christians and where this term comes from? Have you ever considered what it means to be called a Christian? In this sermon, Brendan takes a detour from following Paul’s story and answers these important questions.
Colossians 1:18a — The focus shifts in this study from Jesus as He stands in relation to creation, to Jesus as He stands in relation to the church – He is the head of the church. (And no one else!)
I Samuel 17 – What became of Goliath’s head? And what could that possibly teach us about the Christian life?
Colossians 1:17 — In this lesson we learn more about the cosmic significance of Jesus Christ. Paul teaches us that Jesus prevents the universe from falling apart, from dissolving into non-existence!
Acts 11:19-24 –There’s a turning point in the book of Acts and the history of Christianity in this text, the Church as we know it begins to come to fruition and function as Christ intended.
Colossians 1:16 — In this study we see Jesus as He stands in relation to the universe. The Apostle Paul explains to us that He is the source of creation, the agent of creation and the end of creation.
Colossians 1:15b — Paul refers to Jesus as the “firstborn of every creature.” What does this mean? Is Jesus, God’s only begotten Son, a created being? This study provides an answer to this important question and similar ones concerning the identity of Jesus.