Disciples on Display

Episode 2 April 21, 2021 00:48:02
Disciples on Display
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Disciples on Display
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Show Notes

Chris Wall • Colossians 3:12-17

The people of God ought to be a clearly recognizable group in the world. We are not recognized as God’s people because of our political party, doctrinal stances, or our social media posts. The evidence we are the people of God is in our lifestyle. In the last message, we saw what should be put off in our lives and in this message, we see how our lives should look as the body of Christ.

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