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Why is the book of Colossians important?

Colossians praises the spiritual growth of the recipients because of their love for all the set-apart ones in Christ. It calls them to grow in wisdom and knowledge that their love might be principled love and not sentimentality.

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Thereof, what is the main message in Colossians?

The main theme of Colossians is to provide the early Christians with substantial evidence of Jesus' divinity.

Subsequently, question is, why did Paul write to the Colossians? Paul wrote his Epistle to the Colossians because of a report that they were falling into serious error (see Bible Dictionary, “Pauline Epistles”). False teachings and practices in Colossae were influencing the Saints there and threatening their faith. Similar cultural pressures pose challenges for Church members today.

Correspondingly, what does the book of Colossians mean?

Definition of Colossians. : a letter written by St. Paul to the Christians of Colossae and included as a book in the New Testament — see Bible Table.

Who is speaking in the book of Colossians?

Paul the Apostle

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