Dear Friend,

Apostle Paul has always intrigued me.

His bold stance for the furtherance of the gospel is a powerful testimony of how a Christian should stand for and maintain truth while bearing a burden for those who have yet to hear the good news of the gospel of Jesus Christ.

How privileged one would be to receive a personal letter from Paul. Each of his letters contained bits of wisdom, prophetic guidance, and powerful encouragement.

Yet, we do have a personal letter from Paul.
It is addressed to those who have not “seen his face in the flesh.”
(Photo by Ben White on Unsplash)
(Photo by Ben White on Unsplash)
Written to us in this modern day, that particular letter is entitled The Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Colossians.
  • This website and blog is dedicated to helping those who wish to read and understand the powerful words written in that epistle as well as other writings by the apostle Paul that are written in the New Testament.

It is my desire that you study the writings of Apostle Paul and share your findings with others.

Devotionals are also included. May they be a blessing to you.

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In addition, the commentary/study entitled So, What’s the Latest News? Messages from a Prisoner in Rome is now available.

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I hope you enjoy the posts and articles.  Thank you for taking the time to read and comment.


Peggy Clark

Author of Uncovering God’s Word

Many people depend upon tents for shelter today just as in Bible times. (Photo by Oziel Gomez from Pexels.)
Apostle Paul was a tentmaker.  Many people depend upon tents for shelter today just as in Bible times. (Photo by Oziel Gomez from Pexels. )