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Preachers We Support. The El Bethel congregation sends $600 a month out in outside support. We support four preachers: Jerry L. Henderson J. Wiley Adams Chris Bates Jody Lusk. Preachers We Support. $150 per month. Jerry L. Henderson.

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Preachers We Support

The El Bethel congregation sends $600 a month

out in outside support. We support four preachers:

Jerry L. Henderson

J. Wiley Adams

Chris Bates

Jody Lusk


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Preachers We Support

$150

per month

Jerry L. Henderson

Northside church of Christ644 North College StreetTrenton, TN 38382

www.hendersons.net/trenton

E-mail: [email protected]


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Preachers We Support

J. Wiley Adams

$150

per month

Centerville church of ChristP. O. Box 346Centerville, GA 31028

Write to:

110 Greenwood Drive, Warner Robins, GA 31093


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Preachers We Support

Chris Bates

$150

per month

Main St. Church of ChristChapel Hill, TN

E-Mail: [email protected]


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Preachers We Support

$150

per month

Jody Lusk

Church of ChristAnniston, AL

E-Mail:

[email protected]


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Preachers We Support

The El Bethel congregation sends $600 a month

out in outside support. We support four preachers:

Jerry L. Henderson

J. Wiley Adams

Chris Bates

Jody Lusk


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Preachers We Support

$150

per month

Jerry L. Henderson

Northside church of Christ644 North College StreetTrenton, TN 38382

www.hendersons.net/trenton

E-mail: [email protected]


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Preachers We Support

J. Wiley Adams

$150

per month

Centerville church of ChristP. O. Box 346Centerville, GA 31028

Write to:

110 Greenwood Drive, Warner Robins, GA 31093


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Preachers We Support

Chris Bates

$150

per month

Main St. Church of ChristChapel Hill, TN

E-Mail: [email protected]


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Preachers We Support

$150

per month

Jody Lusk

Church of ChristAnniston, AL

E-Mail:

[email protected]


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Sermons Today:

AM:Remain Steadfast

(Col. 2:4-7)

PM:Reminders About sin


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Quiet Please!

Let us all prepare to worship the

Almighty God

Let others prepare too!


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Colossians 2:4-7

Remain Steadfast


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Colossians 2:4-7

4 Now this I say lest anyone should deceive you with persuasive words.

5 For though I am absent in the flesh, yet I am with you in spirit, rejoicing to see your good order and the steadfastness of your faith in Christ.

6 As you have therefore received Christ Jesus the Lord, so walk in Him,

7 rooted and built up in Him and established in the faith, as you have been taught, abounding in it with thanksgiving.


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Outline

of

the

Chapter

Colossians 2

I. Concern & Desire for Brethren (vv. 1-2)

II. All Our Needs are Supplied in Christ (vv. 3, 9-13)

III. Remains Steadfast (vv. 4-7)

IV. Don’t be Led Away by Error (vv. 8, 14- 23)


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Colossians 2:4-7

Remain Steadfast

I. Reason for Admonition(v. 4)


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Reason for Admonition (v. 4)

“Now this I say lest anyone should deceive you with persuasive words.”

A. What could happen

Deceived - Deluded

B. How it could happen

Persuasive - Enticing Words


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Persuasive or Enticing Words

This was a word of the law-courts; it was the word for the persuasive power of a lawyer’s arguments, the kind of persuasive power which could make the worse appear the better reason, and which could enable the criminal to escape the just punishment he should have suffered, the power which could sway an assembly – and sometimes sway it into mistaken ways


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Reason for Admonition (v. 4)

“Now this I say lest anyone should deceive you with persuasive words.”

A. What could happen

Deceived - Deluded

B. How it could happen

Persuasive - Enticing Words

C.Who it could happen to

Faithful - Hope - Steadfast


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Colossians 2:4-7

Remain Steadfast

I. Reason for Admonition(v. 4)

II. Rejoicing in their Strength (v. 5)


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Rejoicing in Strength (v. 5)

“For though I am absent in the flesh, yet I am with you in spirit, rejoicing to see your good order and the steadfastness of your faith in Christ.”

A. Order - Well ordered

B.Steadfastness - Firm - solid


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Prevents Rather Than Repairs

The ranks of the Colossians have not been broken; in his letter Paul is not hurrying to the rescue of a congregation that has been thrown into disorder. In Corinth the order has been broken; not so in Colosse. . . He is not hurrying to the rescue of a congregation whose faith has begun to lose its firm stand, has begun to become unsteady. . . Thus far the Colossians have stood in line with all firmness, but, like all errorists, the Judaizers are persistent, and this causes Paul concern for the Colossians, he is thinking of the future days. He is not one who waits until the damage is done; he acts with promptness so that no damage shall ever be done, so that with his help the Colossians shall stand more firmly than ever. That is a far more joyful task than repairing damage after it has been done, especially when such damage might have been prevented by taking proper measure in time. Fortify in advance! is the proper procedure.


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Colossians 2:4-7

Remain Steadfast

I. Reason for Admonition(v. 4)

II. Rejoicing in their Strength (v. 5)

III. Remaining in their Teaching (vv. 6-7)


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Remaining in Teaching

(vv. 6-7)

Walk

A. Rooted - tree roots go deep

B.Built up - building continually going up

C.Established - strengthen faith


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Progress in Old Truth

That You Already Know

  • “Progress does not consist in dropping the early truths of Jesus Christ the Lord for newer wisdom and more speculative religion, but in discovering ever deeper lessons and larger powers in these rudiments which are likewise the last and highest lessons which men can lean” (235).

    • -Walton Weaver, Truth Commentaries - Philippians, Colossians, 418.


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Remaining in Teaching

(vv. 6-7)

Walk

A. Rooted - tree roots go deep

B.Built up - building continually going up

C.Established - strengthen faith

D.Abounding with thanksgiving


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Colossians 2:4-7

Remain Steadfast

I. Reason for Admonition(v. 4)

Lose - Steadfastness

II. Rejoicing in their Strength (v. 5)

Were - Steadfast

III. Remaining in their Teaching (vv. 6-7)

Continue in - Steadfastness


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