glory in death

The Glory Is Certain. In Colossians 1:27, Paul wrote about a “mystery.” Then he explained that the “mystery” among the Gentiles was “CHRIST IN YOU, THE HOPE OF GLORY.” Though Paul was in a Roman prison, he was not without “HOPE.” He wrote about it. Paul was absolutely certain about this “HOPE.”The Glory Is Shared. Since the Lord Jesus Christ had given “HOPE” to the Apostle Paul, he wanted to share that “HOPE” to the Colossian believers. Rather than being led to MOPE, as, perhaps, other prisoners in Rome, Paul was filled with certain “HOPE,” because of his strong faith in the Lord Jesus Christ, His Saviour. He felt he must share this good news of “GLORY.”The Glory Is Defined. While living in inglorious surroundings, Paul was thinking of “GLORY.” This was his “HOPE.” The only One Who was able to make that “HOPE OF GLORY” possible was the Lord Jesus Christ, “OUR HOPE” (1 Timothy 1:1). This “HOPE OF GLORY” is possessed by everyone who has been born-again by genuine faith in the Saviour. All the re- deemed ones will receive this “GLORY” when they see their Saviour, and be “like Him” (1 John 3:2).The Glory Shall Be Received. Paul looked forward to the day when his body would be “fashioned like” Christ’s “GLORIOUS body” at the “first resurrec- tion” (Philippians 3:20-21; Revelation 20:5-6).The Glory Is Certain. In Colossians 1:27, Paul wrote about a “mystery.” Then he explained that the “mystery” among the Gentiles was “CHRIST IN YOU, THE HOPE OF GLORY.” Though Paul was in a Roman p...

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