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The Christian’s Conversation (Col 4:2-6)

As he seeks to bring the fullness and sufficiency of Christ to bear upon our lives, the inspired apostle Paul has been telling us how we should live as Christians. He has instructed us about Christian attitudes and conduct, and now he is going to teach us about Christian conversation. How are Christians to speak? That is the question that is answered in these verses.

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The Flood of Judgment (Gen 7:1-24)

Like a seed that dies in the soil only to bloom forth into a flower, so Noah was buried in the ark to come through on the other side of the Flood as the father of all peoples. It is the Flood that is the focus of our study, and so to Genesis chapter 7 we now turn. In this chapter, we shall learn that the Flood was a real historical event and that it occurred because God is sovereign over his creation. Then we shall see the response of faith evidenced by Noah and learn to emulate it, seeking safety in our Lord.

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The Christ-Filled Household, Part 2 (Col 3:20-4:1)

Now we shall see the transformative power of Jesus at work in the relationships between children and parents and between masters and slaves. Application for the latter can be made for any relationship in which there is a superior and an inferior, be it in employment or government or any other classification.

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The Christ-Filled Household, Part 1 (Col 3:18-19)

As Paul continues to apply the supremacy of Christ to our conduct, he now brings his attention to the Christian home. It is under the lordship of Christ that the household must live. A fulfilling home-life will never be accomplished outside of Christ.Here we begin to see how we serve the Lord Christ in these areas of family-life by looking at the relationship between wives and husbands.

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Building on the Promise (Gen 6:9-22)

In these verses, Noah sets to work on building his famous ark. As we shall see, this was not an easy task to accomplish. What motivated Noah to work this way? The answer is that Noah was building on the promise of God. The Lord begins to form a covenant relationship with Noah in these verses. We who believe in Christ are also in covenant relationship with God, so there is much we can learn from this. First, we will see the character of Noah; the character of a person in fellowship with the Lord. Then we shall begin to hear of the specific covenant promises that God graciously made to his servant. Finally, we shall see how Noah responded properly to this divine covenant.

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