Colossians 4

Colossians 4 begins with Paul reiterating the basics of prayer many of us know: be prayerful, watchful, and thankful. The chapter continues with instructions on how people inside the church should act toward those outside the church: with wisdom, grace, and sensitivity. The chapter and the letter conclude with Paul’s greetings toward friends and fellow ministers. These unknown and unsung heroes of the faith should be examples to us that it is more important to be well-known in heaven than well-known on earth.

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