It’s here again, Christmas is now upon us. It’s the time of year when every commercial tries to convince us how our life is not complete without their product or service. It really is a season that preys on our discontentment.
For the past several weeks I’ve had the chance to attend a local church here in Macon and hear the Gospel preached through the book of Colossians. It has been very refreshing as well as good for my soul. Colossians is beautiful as it points to the work of Christ and reminds us how the gospel is sufficient to save us.
As the church wrapped up its time in Colossians this weekend I couldn’t help but meditate on Paul’s last piece of instruction to the church in chapter 4:2-4.
I recently got up early and drove to the airport to fly out and spend time with family in New York. Even though I love to travel, I understand there are risks that are taken when you travel. You can’t help but think about what could happen.