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[V. 5] THEREFORE consider dead…
- Because you are alive with Christ – seek things above (v. 1-4)
- Because we died with Christ
- Put off earthly life / past sin
- Put on Christ (clothe yourselves)
- Result – more like Christ
[V. 5] Consider dead to…
- Immorality – “porneia” – where word pornography comes
- Includes fornication, adultery, incest
- Impurity – unclean – someone who refused to clean up act
- Someone who never repents
- Passion – “pathos” – inordinate affection or lust to point of suffering for it
- Evil Desire – longing for that which is forbidden
- Greed – always wanting more, associated with acts of fraud and extortion
[V. 8-9] But now also put aside…
- Anger – “orge” – where word orgy comes
- Passion out of control
- Wrath – “heavy breathing” – rage / fierceness
- Malice – attitude of ill will toward a person
- Slander – “blasphemy” – speech that tears down
- Opposite of let your speech be grace seasoned with salt
- Abusive speech – filthy language
- Lies – working with / cooperating with the father of lies
[V. 12-14] Put on…
- Compassion – mercy
- Kindness – form of general moral excellence – person who does right thing – to extend goodwill
- Gentleness – Christians are most powerful people on earth but power should be clothed in gentleness – obedient, submissiveness to God
- Humility – modesty
- Patience – “macro” means you’re going to need a lot – patience that doesn’t give up on other people – handling injustice / difficulty well
- Bearing with and forgiving each other
- Love – perfect bond of unity – it’s the binding strap that holds the church together.
Bible Study Questions:
- The passage mentions that because of the sins listed, the wrath is coming. How does that relate to us? Do we face this wrath? Do these sins have any consequences for us?
- What are some actions we need to take or things we need to do to take responsibility for our actions?
- What is the hardest to take responsibility or blame for in your own life? Why is it so hard?
- Verse 13 mentions bearing with one another and forgiving one another. What does it mean to bear with one another?
- Verse 14 says that love binds everything together. Explain what that means to you and what that means for the church as a body.
- Consider the list of sins listed in this passage. What can we put on in place of this sin? How can we go about taking action?
This is one part of a 12-week Sermon Series and Bible Study focused on Colossians. The 12 weeks include:
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