The book of Colossians helps us to avoid falling into the trap of thinking that we need ‘something more’ than Jesus to be loved and accepted by God. We don’t need more than Jesus. We just need to know Jesus more. Knowing this gives us freedom to live the new life in Christ that he has given us.
About this study
Colossians 2:6-7 lie at the heart of Paul’s letter. They show us that the very thing we need to become a follower of Jesus is the exact same thing we need to live as a follower of Jesus: just as we have received Jesus as Lord, so we’re to continue to live with Jesus as Lord.
- Full Bible text to help you prepare and lead each study
The Bible text has key words or sections highlighted to connect each question with where you can find it in the text, so that God’s Word is doing most of the talking.
- A suggested outline for you to follow
The suggested outline begins with a simple introduction question to get your group started, and then moves through the study looking at God’s Word together and thinking about what it is saying to us today.
- Helpful discussion questions
There are several groups questions designed to explore the passage, think about what it means and begin to apply God’s Word to our everyday lives.
- A helpful layout when printed out
Each study fits onto a single page (printed both sides) and are deliberately formatted so they can be slipped into your Bible, allowing you to see both the Bible text (in your own Bible) and the study questions at the same time.
Plus, each download also includes the following artwork for free…
Booklet cover design
Easily produce printed booklets using this custom booklet cover design.
Design and print posters for your group.
Presentation slide image
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About these study guides
Each study guide gives you all you need to lead a Bible study with a small group, youth group or part of your one-to-one discipleship programme.
These study guides follow the I.D.E.A. study pattern: Intro, Explore, Discuss, and Apply. This helps you lead each study from start to finish in a way that is intentional, relevant to each passage and engaging for those you serve.