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One of the most theologically rich epistles of the New Testament is the letter to the Colossians written by the apostle Paul to his spiritual grandchildren whom he never met personally. Being written at the end of his life during his imprisonment in Rome, this epistle reflects the apostle's mature Christian thinking.

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Colossians 3:6–10 Being Renewed in Christ

Becoming a Christian means that one enters a process of transformation that encompasses all of life. The process begins at regeneration when one becomes positionally in Christ and then begins the sanctification phase that transforms one practically into Christ-likeness. The salvation process is completed at physical death when one enters the presence of Christ.

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