Summary: In Colossians 2:16-23, Paul tells the saints they can walk in freedom from legalism because they have been filled in Christ. Legalists seek to perform their way to God's approval. Paul says, "Jesus is enough." If we have him, we are completely loved and completely accepted by God."
Summary: There are so many philosophies that compete with the truth in Christ. Because Christians have been filled in Christ, they need not look to any other system of thought or way of life to find complete sufficiency.
Summary: Some Christians assume we only need God's grace when we enter the Christian life. Paul deconstructs that notion in Colossians 2:6-7. He says, "After receiving the gospel, we must live a life consistent with the gospel of Jesus Christ."
Summary: Do you lack spiritual vitality? Do you struggle with the same temptations again and again and again? There's good news. God has given us resources to live the life he calls us to live. Christ, the hope of glory and fountain of all wisdom, dwells in his people for their progress in the faith.
Summary: In one of the greatest passages in the New Testament on the person and work of Christ, Paul highlights the supremacy of Jesus in creation and redemption. The only right response to the picture of Jesus in Colossians 1:15-23 is worship. Jesus Christ is supreme. Is he supreme in your life?
Summary: The gospel is loaded with power to transform lives. Paul gives thanks to God for his transforming work among the Colossians and prays that it would become a deeper reality in their lives. We should do the same.
Summary: Many view the church as outdated, irrelevant, and restrictive. Why would anyone want to join a church, particularly Redemption Hill Church? Here's why: The church of Jesus Christ is a family that is on a mission.
Summary: The gospel creates a new community of united disciples who belong to God and one another. Few passages in Scripture teach the essential nature of the church and how it is formed by the power of the gospel like Ephesians 2:11-22l.
Summary: Psalm 119 is all about delighting in and devouring the Word of God. This sermon teaches that we will be satisfied in life when we strive and pray to have our whole life shaped by the Word of God.
Summary: The book of Proverbs is a book of wisdom. Wisdom refers to living life according to God's intentions. Proverbs 3:1-8 gives instruction and incentive to keep God's commands, display love and faithfulness, and to trust and fear the Lord.