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Colossians & Philemon LifeGuide Bible Study
The New Testament books of Colossians and Philemon were written to meet our deepest needs. As you dig into their depths of wisdom you'll discover how to find lasting fulfillment in Christ. This LifeGuide Bible Study features questions for starting group discussions and for meeting God in personal reflection. Leader's notes are included with information on study preparation, leading the study and small group components as well as helps for specific Bible passages covered in the study.


The Joy of Telling - #6051
what you know about Jesus is their only hope of ever being in heaven with you someday! You need to tell about Jesus. They need to hear about Jesus, because you need to talk about the greatest love of your life. And they need to hear about the one who loves them more than anyone. You tell them about how much He loves you. Sooner or later, they'll want to meet Him.


Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - The Joy of Telling - #4375
My young friend couldn't wait to tell us about the person he loved. And, as a result, we couldn't wait to meet her. That's how it's supposed to work with any of us who love Jesus Christ. We love to tell about Him, and as a result, some people we know want to meet Him.


Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - God's Upgrade System - #4043
We lost our van - only to get back more van than we had before. That modus operandi has been repeated in our life so many times - and in the lives of millions of God's children across the centuries. It is one of the exciting ways of God. He sometimes takes something away to replace it with something much better.


Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - The Eye-Opener - #3910
Now there are many reasons to tell people about the life and love you've found in Jesus Christ - not the least of which is that their eternity depends on them understanding what Jesus did on the cross for them. But here Paul gives a reason we may not think much about or we don't hear much about - that it is in sharing your relationship with Christ you begin to really understand your relationship with Christ as you never did before.


This introduction to the book of Philemon reports on the author, date, place of writing, recipient, background, purpose, approach / structure, and outline. Paul wrote this short letter probably at the same time as Colossians. He apparently wrote both letters from prison in Rome, though possibly from Ephesus.