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“Liberated Life In Christ” – part 7

Week #34
Sunday, August 23, 2015 … In the year of our LORD

Living By The Book
“Christians Live By The Book”
Colossians-3 – Part 7
“Consideration Of Our Newly Liberated Life In Christ”


Definitions / Study Helps
  • Liberty/Freedom – True liberty has as its source God, and is the opportunity and ability to
    live as we ought, not as we please. Types of freedom attributed to salvation in Christ & the indwelling of the Holy Spirit:
    1. Freedom from condemnation
    2. Guilt
    3. Sin
    4. Death
    5. The Old Covenant
    6. Blindness to the gospel truths of God
    – That there is freedom from and freedom unto shows the perfect extent and completion of the liberation offered to us by God.
    – And of the most essential points is that this freedom is of God.
Primary Verse
• Colossians 3:9-17
Related Verses:
• Colossians 1:2, 1:9, 2:2, 2:8-23 & 3:1-17 • 1 Corinthians 10:31 • 2 Corinthians 4:16 & 5:17 • Ephesians 4:23, 5:3-6 & 5:20 • Job 31:25-28 • 1 John 4:9-11 & 19 • John 12:25 • Luke 18:19 • Matthew 6:33, 7:7-11, 10:18, 15, 10:39 & 16:25 • 1 Peter 1:13-25 • Psalm 139:15 • Proverbs 1:9 & 9:10 • Romans 1:18, 5:8, 6:1-7, 13, 7:24-25, 8:1-11, 8:13, 8:33 & 12:2 • Titus 1:1
Questions
((To gain the most from these questions, use your Bible. Rather than creative thinking, seek the Word of God for sound truths.))

  1. List out what the Christian is to “put on” and seek to gain a biblical understanding of each. (Colossians 3:12-17)
  2. How is Christ seen in the list of what a Christian is to put on and how does He therefore serve as our great cause and example?
  3. How does thankfulness to God change a person? Use Colossians 3:16-17 to gain insight into how it is that the Christian may persevere in godly gratitude.

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Sermon Notes
  1. Love is the greatest affection.
  2. We must deal with our inner self before forgiving others.
  3. Teaching others about the Bible helps our own self in learning.

“May the peace of God be with you always.
Our Father in Heaven, we praise You for Your great works and for who You are.
We praise You for our salvation and glorious leading.
We pray in the name of Jesus.”

~ Amen ~

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