Colossians 2:6

“As ye have therefore received Christ Jesus the Lord, so walk ye in him:”

King James Version (KJV)

Other Translations

As yee haue therefore receiued Christ Iesus the Lord, so walke yee in him:
- King James Version (1611) - View 1611 Bible Scan

Therefore as you have received Christ Jesus the Lord, {so} walk in Him,
- New American Standard Version (1995)

As therefore ye received Christ Jesus the Lord, `so' walk in him,
- American Standard Version (1901)

As, then, you took Christ Jesus the Lord, so go on in him,
- Basic English Bible

As therefore ye have received the Christ, Jesus the Lord, walk in him,
- Darby Bible

As ye have therefore received Christ Jesus the Lord, so walk ye in him:
- Webster's Bible

As therefore you have received the Christ, even Jesus our Lord, live and act in vital union with Him;
- Weymouth Bible

As therefore you received Christ Jesus, the Lord, walk in him,
- World English Bible

Therfor as ye han takun Jhesu Crist oure Lord,
- Wycliffe Bible

as, then, ye did receive Christ Jesus the Lord, in him walk ye,
- Youngs Literal Bible

Bible commentary

Wesley's Notes for Colossians 2:6

2:6 So walk in him - In the same faith, love, holiness.

People's Bible Notes for Colossians 2:6

Col 2:6 Walk ye in him. Continue to live in, obey and believe upon Christ as he was first preached to you.

Discussion for Colossians 2

  • Charley
    amen brother Daniel someone has discernment against the harlot churches
    rome orthodoxy and many so called evangelical are intrigued by the eucharist
    apostasy abounds everyone one is hush hush about false religious rituals
    john14-6 jesus is the way the truth and the life acts 4-12 salvation is found
    in no other name but jesus Christ and him alone.the philosophy of man
    sends souls to hell.
  • Brother Daniel FC
    To A disciple: I agree, it’s not the ideal way to communicate; what kills me is the limited space. I want to thank you for engaging in this discussion; it’s been a pleasure! It was not about winning an argument, but all about studying God’s word, and expressing ourselves freely. Thanks to you I had to read Ezekiel again, almost in its entirety. It was a good exercise... God bless you and keep you!
  • A disciple
    Daniel; I would like to finish up on this for now. The way I understand it the institution of offering a sacrifice was in its first meaning and so too in all its meaning under the First Testament; simply for bringing to remembrance, and for a token to symbolize the Anointed to come; and NEVER was it meant to be the actual intermediary as if to replace the True. So then it was a sign to teaching.
  • A disciple
    Daniel; You know it really is a "less than" experience, trying to fellowship and talk about the things of the Lord, over the computer! I remember when I was in High School, and this Computer stuff was just getting started; and they were saying how it would be in the future: No one listened to me, when I said, This is a big mistake! But I guess we'll have to make do till they take that away too!
  • Brother Daniel FC
    To A disciple: Excellent point; you say, “the way to the holiest was now opened to all through Jesus” our High Priest. Which means we do not need another intermediary or another sacrifice: The Ultimate Sacrifice has been offered. Jesus is our Intermediary to God. Now, if all sacrifices will cease (only) when Jesus comes and takes us home, how “FOREVER” are they? Death will eventually be destroyed.
  • Brother Daniel FC
    (Cont’d) Do you think that 2-3,000 years extra qualify them as “forever”? Here are more examples of not quite forever “forevers”: Ex 21:6, Lev 25:46, 1Sa 1:22, 1Sa 13:13, 1Ki 12:7, 1Ch 28:9, Jer 17:4, and others. I agree with you: it is a terrible thing to reject Jesus. We need to preach The Good News more faithfully and pray more fervently for the outpouring of the Holy Spirit. God bless you too!