Setting our affections on things above directly connects with everyday life here below. The message that transcends culture, transforms culture.
To listen to Graham Nicholls preaching from Colossians 3:18 to 4:1 at Christ Church on Sunday morning 5th May 2013 use the link below.
Here are the questions for discussion in Community Groups this week:
Setting affections on things above directly connects with everyday life here below. Paul is not suggesting an alternative culture or set of rules but showing how being a Christian transforms home and work relationships.
What do you think it means that the gospel transcends culture but transforms culture?
What do you think submission actually means. How will recognising the Lordship of Christ help you?
What does it mean to love your wife? Why do you think the men are commanded to love their wives?
How does this command also encourage children?
Fathers do not embitter your children (21)
Parents in general and Fathers in particular are called to avoid needlessly provoking our children leading to their discouragement. Why is this command necessary and how could we embitter our
What does Paul’s command mean for the way you work? What do you find difficult about this command?
How does this connect with your everyday life, as a boss, as a homeowner, or as a shopper?
Series: Colossians (2013)