About this Series
The Apostle Paul is writing to some new Christians who were living in present-day Turkey. The early church there had been disturbed by false teaching saying that Jesus is not enough for salvation. In response Paul writes about the supremacy, centrality and sufficiency of Jesus. The issues may be ancient but they are also still contemporary.
Here are three resources to help your personal or group study of Colossians:
1. Bible-study Guide - 'Confident Christianity' by Mark Meynell (Good Book Company);
2. 'The Letters to the Colossians and to Philemon' by Douglas J. Moo (The Pillar New Testament Commentary Series);
3. 'Colossians and Philemon' by N.T. Wright (Tyndale New Testament Commentaries).
| Colossians 3:18-4:18 | Mike McNamara |
This sermon brings our series on Colossians to a close. As we’ve seen it’s a letter that affirms the centrality, supremacy and divinity of Jesus and encourages us to live our lives in the light of such truths.