Are you dressed for spiritual success? Before you can put on the garments that lead to spiritual success, you may have to take off a few things. Ron tells you all about this wardrobe change next, as he continues his teaching series, “Colossians: Jesus Is Greater Than.”
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Seek ye first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things will be added unto you. Let me ask you, are you seeking the kingdom of God above all else? Today, Ron reminds us that it is those who think most of the next world that do the most good in this one.
I’ve got some good news for you today. You’re not defined by what people think you are, but by what God says you are. What exactly does God say about you? Find out next, on today’s edition of Something Good with Dr. Ron Jones. Stay with us now as he continues his teaching series, “Colossians: Jesus is Greater Than.”
You may already be familiar with the term “legalism.” But what about mysticism, or asceticism? Each of these can be an obstacle to our Christian faith, and to our spiritual growth. Exactly what do these terms mean, and how will we know them when we see them? Find out next, as Ron continues his teaching series “Colossians: Jesus Is Greater Than.”
Is your faith in Christ steadily growing? Or has it become stale and stagnant? Today, Ron wants to help you get out of the shallow end of the faith pool, so that you can dive into the deep waters of your relationship with Christ. Along the way, he’ll share some of the obstacles to genuine spiritual growth.
As a believer in Christ, you are hidden in Christ. But have you ever thought about what that means? All of us who are hidden in Christ have been set free from the wages of sin, which is eternal death. But as you’ll see today, this relationship with Jesus is not limited to the hereafter, it includes the here and now.
Spiritual growth doesn’t happen automatically. You have to make a decision to get out of the shallow and into the depths of the Christian faith. The question is how. Once you decide to grow deep roots in your faith, how do you go about it. That’s the question Ron asks and answers today on Something Good, as he continues his teaching series, “Colossians: Jesus Is Greater Than.”
Because Christ now lives in you, how should you then live? Coming up next, Ron shares four ways in which your life should reflect the power of Jesus Christ living in you. One of them may surprise you, but all of them will bless you. Stay with us now as Ron continues his teaching series, “Colossians: Jesus is Greater Than.”
Everybody loves a good mystery, and Dr. Ron Jones has one for you on this Monday edition of Something Good. Well, if you’re a believer in Jesus Christ, the Bible says that He now lives in you. Today, Ron takes us to the book of Colossians to help solve this great mystery, as he continues his teaching series, “Colossians: Jesus Is Greater Than.”
Here’s some good news for all those who are believers in Christ. When God looks at you, He sees Jesus. Colossians three, three tells us that all believers in Christ have died and their lives are now hidden in Christ with God. Today, Ron takes a deep dive into the idea of our new life in Christ as he continues his series, “Colossians: Jesus Is Greater Than.”
Turn up the volume and put on your thinking cap. Because Dr. Ron Jones is about to take a deep dive into the identity and nature of Jesus Christ. The name Jesus Christ is far more than just a name. It’s a title. It points directly to His ability to save mankind from the penalty of sin. Ron has more coming your way next, as he continues his teaching series, “Colossians: Jesus Is Greater Than.”
The joy God can give you does not depend on your circumstances. It exists in spite of them. The Apostle Paul wrote the book of Colossians from a Roman prison cell, and yet his letter is filled with patience and grace for the believers there. He encouraged them to endure life’s trials without letting those trials steal their joy. Today, Ron challenges you to do the same.
Prayer is a mystery to a lot of people. But the Bible gives us some guidance on how to pray for ourselves and for others, including people we’ve never even met. Dr. Ron Jones shares some of insights next on today’s edition of Something Good. Stay with us as he continues his teaching series, “Colossians: Jesus is Greater Than.”
The Bible tells us that Jesus was full of both grace and truth. As fallen human beings, we usually err on one side or the other, but Jesus was all of both. What can we learn from the life of Christ about this delicate balance between grace and truth? Find out next, as Ron continues his teaching series “Colossians: Jesus Is Greater Than.”