Book Feature: Colossians by Jack Hetzel 

by | Mar 1, 2022 | Book Feature | 0 comments

The Holy Writ is one of the most unique of its kind in the world today. It is designed with one thought in mind, and that is to help believers to understand the Word more adequately.

Regrettably and sadly, the Sacred Scriptures are often unread Books. That is tragic. The Word of God is the only revealed Truth in the world today and, in fact, ever has been. Far too many believers do not read the Scriptures when they should. Most of them argue that they cannot understand what it says.

You see, the Scripture demonstrates the character of God and His never-ending call for His people. Christians receive a powerful promise of God’s fullness and power through the scriptures. Unfortunately, with how the world is, it is evident that Christians are losing their identity to something other than Christ. There’s an overwhelming connection between people that call themselves Christians and a murky combination of tolerance and love like they’re the same thing. Christianity is no longer a part of everyday life as it once was. Christ is no longer a part of everyday life as it once was. Dr. Jack Hetzel was able to call out the important messages. These are relevant to modern followers of Christ through his enriching and informative book Colossians.

Colossians by Jack Hetzel

Colossians by Jack Hetzel encourages Christians to live out their faith in Christ. The message of the Epistle to the Colossians struck the book. Apostle Paul wrote this Epistle while in prison, addressed to the Church in Colossae. The Colossians, one of the 27 books of the New Testament, reveals how Christians in the ancient city of Colossae in Asia Minor encourage to lead godly lives and never turn away from Jesus. 

Further, Dr. Jack Hetzel’s Colossians is a 2021 Scriptural guidebook. It focuses on the 12th book in the Bible’s New Testament and comprehensively dissects the message for modern Christians and the Church. In this groundbreaking work, Dr. Hetzel, a minister from a faithful Christian family, hopes to share his insights on the texts written by Paul the Apostle and how one can apply these scriptures to better perform their roles as Christian, not only to the Church but to society.

Dr. Hetzel conveyed that he is not brighter than his readers. And that he intends to help people see themselves as God sees them. After 68 years in the ministry, he learned about the Bible. He considers this the Word of God, and believing in what’s written is the only way to true faith. 

Having said this, Dr. Jack Hetzel hopes that dissecting the words of Paul and Timothy verse by verse can provide a fuller understanding of every significant subject mentioned in this fantastic letter. In this book, Dr. Hetzel shares his insights on every subject note on each subject. The meeting of the ancient text and the modern interpretation by an experienced minister and servant of the Church will hopefully ingrain powerful concepts and ideas into young readers, both Christians and non-Christians.

About the Author

Dr. Jack Hetzel was born in West Monroe, Louisiana. His mother is a devout Christian, and his Reverend father is known as a church planter of several churches in Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi, and Arkansas. Jack served in the US Army Air Corps, another three years in the US Air Force, and spent fourteen years in the US Army. He fought in five major battles in Europe and the Vietnam War. Finally, he retired from military service as a Sergeant First Class and taught Military Science at the A&M University of Texas. 

Dr. Jack Hetzel’s father had a significant influence on him. He eventually obtained ministerial credentials, became a pastor of the First United Methodist Church of Big Sandy, Texas, and led a life as a minister. Hetzel has ministered in England, Germany, France, Belgium, Italy, Spain, Korea, Japan, Australia, and Ghana, answering his calling to serve God. Now that he is almost a hundred years old, Dr. Hetzel enjoys being a father of three children, a grandfather of nine grandchildren, a great-grandfather of nine great-grandchildren, and a great-great-grandfather of six great-great-grandchildren. 

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