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SERMONS & MEDIA ON COLOSSIANS

Our sermon ideas on Colossians will help you preach a powerful message on the sufficiency of Christ. Preach on topics including Christ as God, Creator, and sustainer of all things, cautions against false teachers, and putting off the old self in order to put on the new. Prepare your messages on God's Word in Colossians with sermon outlines or an entire sermon series.


COLOSSIANS SERMON OUTLINES

by Roger Thomas

Introduction: Janet loves the Lord. She is active in her church. She works hard at trying to do what's right. But she still struggles. She wonders if she is doing everything she should. One day two young men dressed in white shirts and riding bicycles knock on her door to offer some free religious literature. They tell her that their books and classes will provide...

by Ernest Easley

We are starting a new series of messages today in both this worship gathering as well as in the contemporary worship gathering from the New Testament book of Colossians under the heading: THE GOD ISSUE. And it's my hope and prayer that God will use these messages to stir us up and to move us into action. If there was ever a time in church history...

by James Merritt

Someone has said, ''You can tell what a man likes by what he does. You can tell what a man thinks by what he says. But you can tell what a man is by how he prays.'' When I read the prayers of Paul, one thing I know is that he was a man of God. There was an in sight and an intimacy in his prayers that I want in my prayers. It is fascinating to see how Paul prayed for...

by Johnny Hunt

INTRODUCTION: The Apostle Peter would have seconded Paul's motion to discard our past walk. 1 Peter 4:1-4, "Therefore, since Christ suffered for us in the flesh, arm yourselves also with the same mind, for he who has suffered in the flesh has ceased from sin, that he no longer should live the rest of his time in the flesh for the lusts of men, but for the will of...

by Tony Nester

Today we're beginning a verse-by-verse study of the Letter to the Colossians. We're going to slow down in our reading of the Scripture so that we can go deeper into the text in front of us. Colossians is a letter written by the Apostle Paul to a Christian congregation in the town of Colossae. This was a church that Paul had neither founded nor visited. Since Colossae...

by Harley Howard

We are to embark on what I believe is one of the most life changing letters of the New Testament. This epistle expresses so much of the deity of our Lord Jesus Christ and of the heart of the shepherd's desire for the growth of the sheep. For many, many people in Christendom, there are many false barometers being used to determine Christian growth. A barometer...

by Daniel Rodgers

INTRODUCTION: The author: The Apostle Paul. The date of writing: Approximately A.D. 60. Place: During his first imprisonment in Rome. In Acts 28:30, we find Paul under house arrest following his appeal to Caesar: "And Paul dwelt two whole years in his own hired house, and received all that came in unto him." The purpose of the letter: To correct...

by Rex Yancey

"More things are wrought through prayer than this world ever dreamed of." Prayer is essential in the Christian life. Great churches pray collectively and individually in all their services. Churches have prayer retreats, prayer meetings and prayer chains. We pray for the sick, each other, and national leaders. But as I study the NT, I realize praying for the lost is not the...

by Stan Coffey

Tonight if you have your Bible I would like to invite your attention to Colossians Chapter 2 and as we have our Communion Service tonight I want to continue the series of messages on the, ”The Battle is the Lord’s”. We are talking on Sunday night this fall about spiritual warfare. I want you to see tonight the tremendous relationship to the message of the Lord’s...

by Jeff Schreve

We are beginning a new series today that I've entitled, ''There's No Place Like Heaven.'' Heaven is such an awesome place. It's the place where God lives. It's the place Jesus went to when he ascended from Earth after his resurrection. He ascended up into Heaven. It's the final destination place for the child of God - for the true blood-bought, born-again child...