Philippians and Colossians

In Colossians, we see Paul concerned about the believers at Colosse and so reminding them that Christ is supreme over ALL things. As we look collectively at Paul?s claims about Christ, what Christ says about Himself and what other writers in scripture say, our picture of God continues to take shape. He existed from the beginning, He is the beginning, He brought all things into existence and in Him all things hold together. If all this is true, what does this mean for me? His supremacy and power over all things means He can handle all of my stuff. But as we looked at Daniel 3 and the story of Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego, we can not help but ask the question: "Is it enough to know that He can?"

Cynthia CulverOct 26, 2006
Colossians 1:15-20

In This Series (12)
Complete in Christ and Clothed in Him
Jennifer LewisDec 7, 2006
Instructions, Inheritance, and Identity
Jennifer LewisNov 16, 2006
Christ in You
Cynthia CulverNov 9, 2006
Christ in Colossians
Jennifer LewisNov 1, 2006
Cynthia CulverOct 26, 2006
Context of Colossians and Paul's Pattern for Prayer
Jennifer LewisOct 19, 2006
Our Attitudes and Christ's Attributes
Jennifer LewisOct 12, 2006
Paul's Confidence and Quest
Cynthia CulverOct 5, 2006
Exhortation from Paul, Example of Christ, Encouragement from God
Jennifer LewisSep 28, 2006
Paul's Attitude - Rejoicing
Cynthia CulverSep 21, 2006
Overview of Philippians - The Big Picture of all of Scripture and the Basic Premise of Philippians
Jennifer LewisSep 14, 2006
Welcome and Introduction to HighLight
Jennifer LewisSep 7, 2006