Colossians 3

Colossians 3 makes the shift from theology to practical application. Paul helps the church focus on heaven by presenting an extended metaphor: take off the old self and put on the new self. Put to death the sinful practices of the world and clothe yourself with Christ! The end of the chapter discusses human relationships and the unity we achieve when we do everything in the name of the Lord.

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