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Peter Roselle: Christ - Visible Image of the Invisible God (Colossians 1:15 NLT)

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Peter Roselle: Christ - Visible Image of the Invisible God (Colossians 1:15 NLT)
Quotes: “Paul starts, in Colossians 1:15, by saying Christ is the visible image of the invisible God. Just like Philip said, in John 14:8-9, “Lord, show us the Father and that will be enough for us. Jesus answered: “Don’t you know me, Philip, even after I have been among you such a long time? Anyone who has seen me has seen the Father.” If you asked the average person on the street who is not a Christian about Jesus, they’ve heard of Him, but don’t know Him. They don’t realize that when you see Jesus, you are seeing a visible image of the invisible God who created the whole universe. Christ represented the Father’s massive power, beyond our comprehension, and refers to Him as “Father,” or “Abba.”

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Colossians 1:18-20 (TPT)
“He was supreme in the beginning and -
leading the resurrection parade -
He is supreme in the end.
From beginning to end He's there, towering
far above everything and everyone.
So spacious is He, so roomy, that everything
of God finds its proper place in Him without crowding.
Not only that, but all the broken and
dislocated pieces of the universe - people
and things, animals and atoms - get
properly fixed and fit together in
vibrant harmonies, all because of His
death, His blood that poured down from the cross.”

Jesus was all in!
That's worth reading again.
Sin came into the world.
He purged the world of sin, and He’ll purge you of sin
if you'll make Him your priority, if you'll come in
under that blood.
Say, “I choose to surrender my life to you Lord.”
That's how you get to the Father God, through the Son of God.
The Father opened your eyes to see the Son.
Once you see Him, you can step into that
proper and right relationship with Him.
Your own natural strengths are awesome -
God gave you those natural strengths and emotions -
they are God-given gifts.
But the sin nature we inherited at birth cannot properly
control our emotions and we inevitably overplay our strengths,
which gets us in trouble.
You only need to make one really bad
mistake out of a thousand and it could
change your life forever.
He reminds us of that in
Colossians 1:21-23
“You yourselves are a case study of what God does.
At one time you all had your backs turned to God,
thinking rebellious thoughts of Him,
giving Him trouble every chance you got.”

That's why we should pause when we
sing that lyrics, “Oh, the overwhelming, never-ending,
reckless love of God, Oh He chases me down,
fights til I’m found, leaves the ninety-nine.”

He fought for me until I was found.
I didn't even want to be found – I was so condemned
and so guilty over my poor choices and sinful lifestyle.
I wanted to hide my pain and numb it by taking drugs.
He didn't care about any of that!
He chased me down!
I had my back turn away from Him.

“But now, by giving Himself completely at
the cross and actually dying for you
Christ brought you over to God's side.”

Paul starts, in Colossians 1:15, by saying
Christ is the visible image of the invisible God.
Just like Philip said, in
John 14:8-9
“Lord, show us the Father and that will be enough for us.
Jesus answered: “Don’t you know me, Philip, even after
I have been among you such a long time?
Anyone who has seen me has seen the Father.”

If you asked the average person on the street who is not
a Christian about Jesus, they’ve heard of Him, but don’t know Him.
They don’t realize that when you see Jesus, you are seeing a
visible image of the invisible God who created the whole universe.
Christ represented the Father’s massive power, beyond our comprehension,
and refers to Him as “Father,” or “Abba.”
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