What does it mean to walk worthy? How do we do it? These are questions we will dive into in LETTERS. Each day will consist of a daily reading and reflection questions, with an opportunity and encouragement to leave a comment. The final day includes a special prompt following in line with the devotional title.



LETTERS: On Things Above

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Day 3 Read Colossians 3 Colossians three provides insight and instructions on how to daily walk the Christian life amidst the culture we live in. Paul jumps straight into this by starting with the state of our minds in verse two: “Set your minds on things above, not on things that are on Earth.” (ESV) He knows that a simple command like this is actually extremely difficult for us as believers. In these modern times, we are bombarded in every direction by distractions: school...

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LETTERS: Walk In Communion

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Day 4 Read Colossians 4 Something we have yet to discuss about Colosse is the actual city itself. Once a major player in ancient trade routes, by Paul’s time the city had been reduced to a mere market town. However, the Church is the Church in the eyes of Christ. There is no favoritism. That is the reason for the emphasis on the complete fullness of Christ within the letter. He is in all; all is through Him. Even with the false teachings that needed addressed, there is still a place...

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LETTERS: Epilogue

Paul’s method of communicating with the churches abroad was to write letters. Obviously this was the most efficient way of communicating with the church abroad in his day. Now it would be much more efficient to write an email or make a phone call. Something worth considering, though, is whether that would be as meaningful. “I, Paul, write this greeting in my own hand. Remember my chains. Grace be with you” (4:18 NIV). There is something deeply personal about taking the...

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