Pauline letter depicting Christ as the image of God in whom all things hold together. 

Valley near Colossae
Colossians is a Pauline letter to the church at Colossae in Asia Minor. The letter speaks of Christ as the image of the invisible God and the one in whom all things hold together (1). It warns against falling prey to false teachings concerning Jewish festivals, angel worship, and consumption of certain foods (2) and urges the people to resist sin and clothe themselves with love (3-4).

Col 1:15-19 - Christ the firstborn of all creation
Col 3:1-4 - Seeking things above


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