What happens when an Army commander and a fire chief run into each other, like in this picture from Walk Thru the Bible? A big collision! You’ll remember this “Commander ’n Chief” when you read the Book of Colossians (from “Collision”), whose key word reminds us that Jesus is Commander in Chief of all creation. A complicated heresy concerning the person of Jesus surfaced in Colossae, and the apostle Paul wrote a letter to the church, clarifying exactly what Jesus did for us and what He does through us. His supremacy, which makes Him commander in chief, is what requires our submission, an attitude unlikely to be manifested by anyone with a faulty view of Jesus and His deity. The doctrinal basis of being in Christ is followed by practical exhortations on living for Him.