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Coffee and Colossians 95 – Whatever You Do….

I think that Colossians 3:17 -teaches the great principle of Christian living….and deals with one of the great dangers many evangelical churches face today….a subtle but prevalent danger….what do you think?

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Coffee and Colossians 94 – Singing the Word of Christ


  1. I find it to be a rule that whenever we draw a line, the Holy Spirit immediately sends us a case that is logically on one side of that line even although common sense screams that it ought to be on the other. There are three marks of presbterian church government in Acts 15 {debating the issue; recognition that what was being asked for had never worked; & application of Scripture to produce an outcome that could be acted on.} Would that presbyterianism made more consistant use of elders but for all of us, would that whatever we do and however we do it gets done in the name of Jesus with all that that implies.
    Thank you.

  2. Thank you for your message, the beautiful singing, and beautiful spot.
    (Your making some of us struggle with the tenth commandment, just now David. You shall not cover your brother’s sojourn in God’s own country!)

  3. Thanks! The Anglican Church has been soiled or shamed by repeated abuse cover up scandals. But a great strength is the emphasis on the Apostle’s Creed in the BCP liturgy, as opposed to programmes or being ultra-conventional and having the normal trappings of so-called success. Divorced or childless or celibate people, have all often been hurt by the Church, frequently in a fashion where a tiny amount of care would have prevented harm.

  4. I love how Paul always calls Jesus the Lord Jesus and God as God the Father, staying true to his Jewish roots of Deut. 6:4 the Shema.
    There is one Lord, one faith, one baptism. One God and Father of all who is in all and over all.
    One God and one mediator between God and man, the man Christ Jesus.

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