The Christian life can be a struggle at times and Christians can feel like giving up. John Wesley, the founder of Methodism once complained to his mentor that he felt he had no faith. After putting Christ at the centre of creation, the church, our identity and our relationships, Paul encourages the Colossian Christians to "continue. " But how do we do this when faith is a struggle? Paul offers three pieces of advice. Firstly pray with an eye of the future hope, the promises
Colossians 3:18 - 4:1 Pauls instruction to the households in the Colossian church moved relationships beyond the cultural norm. We are challenged to build relationships which are fitting and pleasing to the Lord, based on love, respect and service.