Spend Your Time Wisely
The New Man Longs For Renewed Neighbors
In the second-to-last message in the book of Colossians on Sunday, we encountered Paul's instruction regarding conduct and attitudes toward our unbelieving neighbors. Even while in chains in Rome, Paul's priority isn't necessarily that the doors of his prison would be open, but rather that doors to share the Gospel with his captors would be opened. Even in trials, the Apostle Paul was consumed by a desire to see the unbelievers around him saved. And he knew he only had so much time left.
Listen to this past week's sermon and learn how Paul helps his readers to use the precious moments we do have with our friends and neighbors in our city for their eternal good.