Philippians, Colossians, Philemon - 12 inductive studies on how to Live Life to the Fullest
To the Philippians - Rejoice
To the Colossians - Watch out
To Philemon - Forgive
To you - Rejoice - watch out - forgive!
Confined to a Roman dungeon, Paul still urges the Philippians to stand fast; be anxious for nothing; rejoice. He exhorts: rely on God; remember what you have and who you are in Christ. That's where you'll find the peace of God.
To the Colossians, Paul warns against the power of darkness, deceivers, and empty religion.
To Philemon, Paul asks for mercy--not for himself, but for a runaway slave. This picture of love at work studies practical Christian behavior and relationships.
These three letters issue a wake-up call to extraordinary levels of commitment and ministry. There will always be opposition and strife, but Christian's today have the same challenge from God that the Philippians, Colossians, and Philemon did. We face the same decisions as well. Our response determines whether or not we live life to the fullest!
The studies in this book are based on the King James Version of the Bible.
Wes and Elaine Willis have written together and led Sunday School classes and small group Bible studies for many years. Dr. Willis is Vice-President of Academic Affairs at Philadelphia College of Bible. Together, they create a husband/wife writing team whose insights both men and women, married and single, will find challenging and enjoyable.
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