Sunday, May 12, 2019 - 9:00am
Campus: Belmont Campus
Speaker: Pastor Brian Krogh
Scripture: Colossians 3:8-10
# In Sermon Series: 3

Over the past couple weeks, we've explored the need for change in our lives, especially the sort of change that only God can bring. Regardless of the type of change we experience, it should be reflected in our words. The way we speak to people now should not be the same as before our encounter with God's grace. Simply put, as Christians, our speech should be different than that of the world's. However, at times, we find ourselves falling into the old pattern of speech we had before our experience with the Gospel. We struggle with words spoken in anger and words that tear others down. How do we change our words so that they reflect God in us?  How do we learn to build others up with our words?  Paul, in the book of Colossians, teaches us what we need to do in order to change our old self into our new self, as reflected in our speech.

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