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Colossians & Philemon: So Walk In Him (Focus on the Bible) (edition 2011)

by John Woodhouse (Author)

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Come and hear a wonderful story of evangelism, church planting and Christian growth. Colossians was a letter, which would have first been read by Tychicus in Philemon's house in Colossae. People who were to read that letter had been converted as a result of Paul's teaching in Ephesus (Acts 19). As they read they are about to understand better the reality of life in Christ and reading it years later we can understand better too.You will see the power of fellowship at work as a formerly useless slave and his master are brought together to work together as brothers in the Lord.… (more)
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Title:Colossians & Philemon: So Walk In Him (Focus on the Bible)
Authors:John Woodhouse (Author)
Info:Christian Focus (2011), Edition: Revised, 320 pages
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Come and hear a wonderful story of evangelism, church planting and Christian growth. Colossians was a letter, which would have first been read by Tychicus in Philemon's house in Colossae. People who were to read that letter had been converted as a result of Paul's teaching in Ephesus (Acts 19). As they read they are about to understand better the reality of life in Christ and reading it years later we can understand better too.You will see the power of fellowship at work as a formerly useless slave and his master are brought together to work together as brothers in the Lord.

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