As we come into the second half of Colossians chapter 3, we stumble into perhaps the most controversial verses in the entire letter. Paul starts by telling wives to submit to their husbands. But what did he actually mean by this? Is he talking about blind obedience or is there something bigger in his mind […]
What are you going to wear today? It’s a question we all have to ask ourselves pretty much every morning; but did you ever ask yourself the question from a spiritual perspective? We all “get dressed” spiritually each day and Paul gives us counsel on “what to wear” today in Colossians chapter 3.
When we met Jesus and decide to live our lives in Him, it can be a tricky business in some ways. While we hear again and again in scripture that we are new in Christ, we also live out the reality of still living day to day with temptations and struggles. How do we balance […]
We don’t often think of a world without bacon… it’s just something we take for granted. However, before Peter’s vision in Acts 10, no God-honoring person would have ever considered enjoying the sweet, salty treat. Pork fell onto the “unclean” list from the Old Testament Law. But Jesus came to fulfill the Law and then […]
There’s nothing quite like a nice, big meal…to walk away from the dinner table feeling full. But what does it look like to be “full” in Christ? To have fullness in Christ? Paul turns his attention in the next segment of his letter to the idea of our being brought to fullness in Christ. This […]
Do you ever have those mornings where you wake up and you can’t remember what day of the week it is? Those first few moments after the alarm clock goes off can be quite foggy. If you’re traveling, that moment of “what day is it?” can be coupled with “where am I?” and make you […]
Each month, you find yourself with the daunting task of sitting down to balance out your bank account. Most people find the objective of reconciliation to be one of their least favorite times of the month. There are always a few people out there who enjoy this mathematical experience but they are few and far […]