Andy Keppel - June 14, 2020

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Paul, writing to the church in Colossae, reminds them of the sufficiency and worthiness of Christ over and above all of their worldly pressures and temptations to buckle down in their own power and “do righteousness.” We, likewise, whether we’re comparing ourselves to Christ or comparing ourselves to other people, find, unsurprisingly, that we fall short. This is often a blow to our pride and knocks us off of our pedestal. But instead of relinquishing the pedestal to Christ, we try to scramble back onto it and stand “even firmer” in our righteousness...this time for sure! We hope that you’ll join us this Sunday as we walk back through Colossians 2:6-15 and study how the Gospel grants full and final freedom from this self-inflicted performance-based prison.

Scripture References: Colossians 3:6-15

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