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CHRIST OUR ALL IN ALL, A STUDY IN COLOSSIANS, 12-6-2020

Put On Love
 Colossians 3:14

 

I.        Consider: Put in the forefront of your mind; imperative, a command.  Do this!

A.  Members of Your Earthly Body: Every aspect of the mind and body

B.  As Dead to Sin: Unable to sin, Incapable of sinning

C.  Specifically Consider Yourself as Dead to: Immorality, Impurity, Passion, Evil Desire, Greed

D.  Because, the Wrath of God is Coming on the Children of Disobedience

 

II.      Put Away: Anger, Wrath, Malice, Slander, Abusive Speech, Lying

  

III.     Put On:

A.  Compassion: Deep and abiding concern for the suffering of others with a desire to help ease their suffering

B.  Kindness: Encouraging, warm, generous; joy enabling

C.  Humility: Valuing others more than self; serving others

D.  Gentleness: Tenderness, sympathy

E.  Patience: Willingness to accept delay, trouble, weakness for the good of others

 

IV.     Forgiving each other…just as the Lord forgave you

          A.  Warning of living with an unforgiving spirit

          B.  Lofty standard for forgiveness

 

V.      Beyond All These Things, Put On Love

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CHRIST OUR ALL IN ALL, A STUDY IN COLOSSIANS, 11-29-2020

Put On, Colossians 3:12-13

 

I.        Consider: Put in the forefront of your mind; imperative, a command. 
          Do this!

A.  Members of Your Earthly Body: Every aspect of the mind and body

B.  As Dead to Sin: Unable to sin, Incapable of sinning

C.  Specifically Consider Yourself as Dead to: Immorality, Impurity,
      Passion, Evil Desire, Greed

D.  Because, the Wrath of God is Coming on the Children
               of Disobedience

 

II.      Put Away: Anger, Wrath, malice, Slander, Abusive Speech, Lying

 

III.     Put On:

A.  Compassion: Deep and abiding concern for the suffering
     of others with a desire to help ease their suffering

B.  Kindness: Encouraging, warm, generous; joy enabling

C.  Humility: Valuing others more than self; serving others

D.  Gentleness: Tenderness, sympathy

E.  Patience: Willingness to accept delay, trouble, weakness
               for the good of others

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Christ Our All in All, A Study in Colossians, 11-22-2020

The Beauty of the Incarnation; The Beauty of Incarnational Living,
Colossians 1:19-22, Colossians 2:9-10, Colossians 3:1-3, Colossians 3:12-17

Consider Yourselves Dead to Sin, Colossians 3:5-7

I.    Consider: Put in the forefront of your mind; imperative, a command.  Do this!
      A. Members of Your Earthly Body: Every aspect of the mind and body

      B. As Dead to Sin: Unable to sin, Incapable of sinning

      C. Specifically Consider Yourself as Dead to:
          1. Immorality: any sexual sin
          2. Impurity: moral corruption in general, but often including sexual sins
          3. Passion: lusts, often specific to sexual sins
          4. Evil Desire: basic human tendency toward sin (James 1:14-15)
          5. Greed: sinful desire for more, covetousness
          6. All of these are various forms of idolatry

      D. Because, the Wrath of God is Coming on the Children of Disobedience
           1. In Contrast to the Coming of the Glory of Christ
           2. In Contrast to the Sons of Children of God (Children of Righteousness)
           3. Do Not Return to that Life Again

II.  Put Away 

III. Put On

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