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Why is the Word of God the absolute and sole authority of the true church of Jesus Christ? How must the church think, and act, and minister in the light of that truth? Why is reliance upon heavenly authority alone a test of the authenticity of a church? Stay tuned for the answers, as we continue our series of studies titled "Christ Preeminent In You."
In Colossians 1:21-22, Paul tells us that Christ will present the redeemed to Himself, "holy, blameless, and above reproach in His sight." What will that great day be like? What will you be doing in the new heavens and new earth? The Bible makes it clear that the saints in glory aren't going to sit on clouds and strum harps.
Today much of the church is attempting to redefine Christ's Great Commission -- to do man's work by earthly means, rather than doing Christ's work by the power of Heaven. We must return to the pattern and imperative that Christ has established for the Church. We must do His business by His power and by His authority.
What are the tests of the authenticity of the true Church of Jesus Christ, according to Scripture?
What does it mean to "seek those things which are above, where Christ is, sitting at the right hand of God"? What do you need to understand in order to be equipped to obey this commandment, and be blessed of God by that obedience? Stay tuned for the answers...
Who is Jesus Christ? Who was He when He was on this earth? Who was He before He came? Who is He now? There is a great deal of confusion and misunderstanding in the church today concerning these vital questions. We must be sure of the answers, on the authority of the Word of God alone. Stay tuned today as we find those answers, as we continue our study of the book of Colossians, in chapter three.
Are you qualified to be a partaker of the glorious inheritance that God has prepared for His saints? Many religions claim to designate people as "saints". But who is truly qualified to bear that title, according Scripture? Stay tuned for the answer, from Colossians chapter one.
Who is the authentic Jesus, seated at the right hand of God the Father? Some very wrong answers to that question have become accepted teaching among many who call themselves evangelicals today.
Today "supernatural" is a word that many Christians seem afraid to use to describe the faith, for fear of offending the unsaved.
What is the key question that every person who claims to be a believer in Christ must ask himself constantly?