Homilies on Colossians


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"Holy indeed are all the Epistles of Paul: but some advantage have those which he sent after he was in bonds: those, for instance, to the Ephesians and Philemon: that to Timothy, that to the Philippians, and the one before us: for this also was sent when he was a prisoner,…

"But why do I say that these Epistles have some advantage over the rest in this respect, because he writes while in bonds? As if a champion were to write in the midst of carnage and victory; so also in truth did he. For himself too was aware that this was a great thing, for writing to Philemon he saith, “Whom I have begotten in my bonds.”

"And this he said, that we should not be dispirited when in adversity, but even rejoice." (St John Chrysostom, from Homily 1) (6 hr 54 min)

Chapters

Homily 1 Col 1:1-8 41:42 Read by A LibriVox Volunteer
Homily 2 Col 1:9-15 42:03 Read by A LibriVox Volunteer
Homily 3 Col 1:15-20 31:22 Read by A LibriVox Volunteer
Homily 4 Col 1:21-25 29:32 Read by A LibriVox Volunteer
Homily 5 Col 1:26-2:5 32:00 Read by A LibriVox Volunteer
Homily 6 Col 2:6-15 25:39 Read by A LibriVox Volunteer
Homily 7 Col 2:16-3:4 36:12 Read by A LibriVox Volunteer
Homily 8 Part 1 Col 3:5-15 19:21 Read by A LibriVox Volunteer
Homily 8 Part 2 22:31 Read by A LibriVox Volunteer
Homily 9 Col 3: 16-17 21:36 Read by A LibriVox Volunteer
Homily 10 Col 3:18-4:4 35:10 Read by A LibriVox Volunteer
Homily 11 Col 4:5-11 30:40 Read by A LibriVox Volunteer
Homily 12 Part 1 Col 4:12-18 23:19 Read by A LibriVox Volunteer
Homily 12 Part 2 23:48 Read by A LibriVox Volunteer

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