This Bible Study on Colossians provides us an insight into the nature of Jesus Christ. Specifically, we see Jesus as the very image of God, as the Creator, as He who has always existed, as the head of the church and as the great reconciler and most importantly as the one in whom all the fullness of God dwells.
This study is designed for small groups but can be used for individual study as well. It features daily study questions and is designed to cover a chapter a week for four weeks.
Besides the great things we learn about Jesus as noted above, we also learn about false philosophy, Christian grace, the Christian family, and the character of the new man in Christ.
Each of the four weekly studies in this study is designed to help you learn just what the Word of God says and how you can apply it in your life. Why not start today? Just click on the link below to get going!
And whatever you do, in word or deed, do everything in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him. Colossians 3:17
-- In this study we will see the supremacy of Jesus Christ, the
greatness of His reconciliation between mankind and God Almighty, and
the great example of the Apostle Paul in his sacrificial service for the
Chapter 2 -- In this chapter we read along as the Apostle Paul explains that Christians are in danger of being cheated by philosophy. This is still true for Christians today where some say that you need something besides or in addition to the Lord Jesus Christ.
Chapter 3 -- Here in Chapter 3 we learn of the New Man and the Christian family. We also learn about what wonderful and glorious thing will happen to the believers in Jesus Christ when he returns.
Chapter 4 -- In this final lesson, we can learn how to adopt Christian principles from the Bible to our workplaces and home with an emphasis on Christian graces. In this chapter we also learn about several of the Apostle Paul's companions.
For I am not ashamed of this Good News about Christ. It is the power of God at work, saving everyone who believes—the Jew first and also the Gentile. Romans 1:16 NLT