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04 - The Preeminence Of Christ

Colossians 1:15-20

March 17, 2013 • Pastor Ronald H. Gann

From his prayerful concern that the Colossians might walk in a manner fitting of their new life in Christ, the apostle Paul moves quickly into the main focus of this epistle—the exaltation and preeminence of Christ. In fleshing out the person, work, and nature of Christ, Paul also exposes the detriment of espousing an incorrect view of the Savior. In this sermon series, Pastor Ronald H. Gann gives exegetical insights as he unpacks Paul's treatise to the Colossians verse-by-verse.

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01 - Introduction: The Supremacy Of Christ

February 17, 2013 • Pastor Ronald H. Gann

Who exactly were the Colossians, and why does ACTS omit any reference to them on Paul's three missionary journeys? What were the circumstances that led to this apostolic treatise on the person, work, and nature of Jesus Christ? And what impact, if any, has this “Prison-Epistle” had on the Christian Church as a whole? To these questions, and more, Pastor Ronald H. Gann gives cogent answers in this concise but critical sermon series.

02 - The Word Of Truth

March 3, 2013 • Pastor Ronald H. Gann

Imagine writing a letter to a group of strangers—people with whom you’ve never before exchanged a handshake or seen face-to-face—to instruct them in their faith and to correct doctrinal errors. How do you think such a letter would be received? Far from intimidated, the apostle Paul was eager to do just that for the Colossians, convinced that he had the “Word of Truth” on his side. In this sermon series, Pastor Ronald H. Gann gives exegetical insights as he unpacks Paul's treatise to the Colossians verse-by-verse.

03 - The Prayer Of Paul

March 10, 2013 • Pastor Ronald H. Gann

How should believers pray for their fellow Christians? Paul does not leave us without an example. In his opening salvo to the Colossians, the apostle prays for his readers to grow in right theology (orthodoxy) so that they grow in right living (orthopraxy). But is it enough to pray for the "knowledge of God" and the "knowledge of his will" at the expense of application? To these questions, and more, Pastor Ronald H. Gann gives cogent answers in this concise but critical sermon series.