Colossians Chapter 2 Discussion Page 7



 
  • Steve on Colossians 2
    Verse 6 7 summarize the chapter in my view. Receiving Christ and then walking in Him means the same thing as being firmly rooted and then built up in Him. This occurs by receiving and then keeping His truth. Words abound everywhere but there is only one truth! Don 't become like those who are faithful to falsehood. Jer. 2 11
  • Hon Wilson Jnr on Colossians 2:10
    We are incomplete without Christ. It is imparative that we lay aside human philosophies and traditions that seek to creat a partion wall between Christ and us.
  • Nyaole geofrey on Colossians 2:16
    When arguing about this verse, please lets not be blinded by our perception of thus says our mind but let 's invite christ to reveal the hidden meaning of these wonderful precepts of apostle Paul.For instance if we view the chapter from verse one Paul points JESUS AS owner of wisdom and knowledge so why must we think that paul considered our conditions and why not others and that is lack of brotherly love. friends we can 't justify ourselves, salvation is by grace when the sinner has been fully equipped on the momentum of sin commited so why must we do things that will cause our brothers sin.AMEN
  • The passage is about let no one judge you cause of food you eat or religious day you may celebrate. Don 't let any put you in bondage because of these thing. We have been freedom from such things.
  • The passage is about let no one judge you cause of food you eat or religious day you may celebrate. Don 't let any put you in bandage because of these thing. We have been freedom from such things.
  • Arivalagan Thaveed on Colossians 2:7
    Its very useful for me and to teach my church people
  • Bro. Daniel FC on Colossians 2
    One s comments on 6 17 2013 Who said you have to keep the commandments in order to be saved It is just not there Of course you keep the commandments because you are saved However if you don t keep the Ten Commandments you will not inherit the Kingdom of God according to Galatians 5 19 21 Adultery fornication uncleanness lasciviousness Idolatry witchcraft hatred variance emulations wrath strife seditions heresies Envyings murders drunkenness revellings and such like of the which I tell you before as I have also told you in time past that they which do such things shall not inherit the kingdom of God You are quoting Matthew 22 37 40 40 On these two commandments HANG all the law and the prophets This means that by keeping the Ten Commandments you show your love to God and to your fellow human beings To HANG doesn t mean to replace or delete I sense a Pentecostal approach to keeping the Law of God
  • Nathi nathaniel on Colossians 2:14
    The 10 commandments are at the same time the 10 divine charges against man as Jesus demonstrated. For instance he says if you look at a woman with an adulterous eye, you have already committed adultery in your hear. Now this leaves a guilty verdict upon one. With this in mind we can appreciate Colossians 2:14.
  • Light on Colossians 2:8
    Two factors to to consider when pondering this verse; 1.No MAN will take Jesus sheep. 2. We are not of this world (now) therefore cannot be spoiled by it. Old man DIED, not of the flesh but Spirit. Not under Law, but Grace if saved. >>>>John10:27-28 My sheep hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow me: And I give unto them eternal life; and they shall never perish, neither shall any man pluck them out of my hand.
    >>>>This V speaks of the "World"? 1 John 3:1 Behold, what manner of love the Father hath bestowed upon us, that we should be called the sons of God: therefore the world knoweth us not, because it knew him not. >>>>>>>>> Hebrews 10:39 But we are not of them who draw back unto perdition; but of them that believe to the saving of the soul.>>>>>Fear Not Stand Fast. This speaks of wolves who come to kill. They cannot kill the saved. Life Eternal is why. It can't be shaken.
  • Jehovahthetruegod.blogspot.com on Colossians 2:9
    I agree @ bel
  • Shaddy on Colossians 2:16
    I fully agree with Ed's i think that is the meaning intended,that watever we do we shuld do it right in fear of God such that no one if given the chance to judge us wuld find us guilty of any fault.
  • FRANK.A. ISIEKWENE on Colossians 2
    Colossians 2 vs 6
    Since we have received christ as the Lord and our personal saviour, the next thing we need to do is to work in him. And how do we work in him? by obeying his word, doing his will, being commiiteed to the works of the ministry,preaching the gospel and many more. so these are the ways we can work in him; not receiving him and then we folding our hands and relaxed.
  • Prophet NC Shange on Colossians 2:10
    In Christ it where all fullness of Godhead dwells bodily(in character, and the church is also fully clothed with to power of God which is without limit, because it is in Christ, this power makes the church to be complete in all things without any lack, therefore all powers and authorities submit to Christ; the Lord of Lords,as a result nothing can stand against the Church that is aware of this power.
  • Prophet NC Shange on Colossians 2:10
    In Christ it where all fullness of Godhead dwells bodily(in character, and the church is also fully clothed with to power of God which is without limit, because it is in Christ, this power makes the church to be complete in all things without any lack, therefore all powers and authorities submit to Christ; the Lord of Lords,as a result nothing can stand against the Church that is aware of this power.
  • Chuck on Colossians 2:16
    Contrary to brother Ed's take on this, it seems obvious that Paul is telling us not to allow anyone to judge us as to what we may or may not eat or drink. It has nothing to do with making sure that we can't be found guilty - it says LET no man (no one) judge you! We are not only not bound by the old covenant taboos, we are not subject to anyone else's judgments.
  • Adekoya joshua on Colossians 2:16
    Meaning i owe no man attention pataining my physical and spiritual life but jesus,thank you jesus.
  • Tevita on Colossians 2:10
    Our lives are only complete in Christ. Our plan works out when we are in Christ. And when we are in Christ we are seated with him high above all principalities and powers. No sickness, no poverty, no family problem, no nothing will ever overcome since we are in Him. He said apart from me you are can do nothing.
  • Bongz on Colossians 2
    regarding verse 16

    it is unfortunate that some try to justify this clear statement, to only mean what might make them feel better. "...or of the sabbath days:"

    it is also funny to know that Jesus Christ somehow after resurrection appeared on the first day of the week more than once. Romans 14 also seems to be problematic for everyone that seems to honour a single day. romans14:23 "23 And he that doubteth is ****ed if he eat, because he eateth not of faith: for whatsoever is not of faith is sin."
  • Linda on Colossians 2:9
    If the Word says In Him dwells all the fullness of the Godhead then it is true- Gd is not a man that He should lie 8)
  • God also said " If you love me you will keep my commandments", Also, "Faith establishes the Law".

    Well, first of all it mentions "Judge" To me this means that you can be found guilty of something.
    So, this passage is saying make sure no man can find you guilty of violating these things.
  • Bro. Daniel FC on Colossians 2
    @Rob,
    Regarding Colossians 2:16: “Let no man therefore judge you in meat, or in drink, or in respect of an holyday, or of the new moon, or of the Sabbath days”. You say: “This is why we Christians do not keep the Sabbath, it is of the OLD covenant”. The “Old Covenant” contained the Ten Commandments written by God on two tables of stone. It included the forth, which begins with the words: “Remember the Sabbath Day to keep it holy”. Are you saying that “the New Covenant” written on our hearts would have only nine commandments? So, you are taking out the only commandment that says “Remember”, and tell me to forget it? Some Christians imply that under the “New Covenant” we don’t have to keep any commandments, because now we are under grace. That cannot be so. Here is what Apostle Paul says about the Law, in Romans 7:7: “What shall we say then? Is the law sin? God forbid. Nay, I had not known sin, but by the law”. Verse 12: “Wherefore the law is holy and the commandment holy, and just, and good…” Jesus Himself declared: “If ye love me, keep my commandments”, John 14:15. Not only that, He bids us to: “Go ye therefore, and teach all nations… Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you…”, Matthew 28:19, 20. My conclusion is that the statement of Colossians 2:16 must mean something else.
  • Rob on Colossians 2
    Verse 16, This is why we Christians do not keep the Sabbath, it is of the old covenant.
  • Enrique on Colossians 2:8
    That is the trap mystics display, don’t apply reason, I know better, the mystic says, to establish the boundaries of reality out of reach! Trust me.
  • B G Drake on Colossians 2:18
    I agree that the simple behaviour of men who worship other spirits and things than the true God are to be rejected as false. I have seen the mild mannered sadhus and priets who walk about barefooted and barefaced teach things that ought not be taught, including privileges of the so-called "holy ones" to have access to the women who come to the temples in early mornings, etc. Teachers who say they love God and walk (in false humility) contrary to righteousness and to the teachings and life of the Saviour, and exploit people of earnest faith in God, will be abandoned to eternal darkness, and the lake of fire, though I do not understand there terms fully, but they set terrible alarm-bells in my spirit.
  • Alexander Payne on Colossians 2
    Hello, Colossians is one of my favourite writings in the Holy Bible. Colossians is great to share with people and study. Colossians is short in length and not as complicated as many of the longer New Testament writings. Colossians chapter three verse eleven addresses: the equality of all mankind under God and Jesus. Colossians chapter three verse thirteen addresses: salvation in great detail. Colossians chapter one verse 27 states: Christ is our hope of glory. In my own personal opinion, Colossians is a divine book buried in Paul’s work. Paul was in prison while writing Colossians; as a result, Colossians proves to show Paul’s enduring faith. The book should not be overlooked. This is a interesting webpage. Thanks for maintaining. -Alex
  • Timothy Wayne George on Colossians 2
    We often ask the question why do bad things happen to good people? The opposite of that is why do good things happen to bad people? God is a good God, and he causes his rain to fall on the just, and unjust alike. Also he causes the sun to shine on the just, and unjust alike. So thank
    God that he is good, and will always cause all things to work together for our good to those who love the Lord, and are called according to his purpose. Which is Christ in you the hope of glory, and thank God that he has crossed out those ordinances that were against us by nailing them to the cross. So be careful of the philosophy of men, and be filled with the wisdom of God. Thank God for everyday, for each day is a holy day. We are called to be holy as our father in heaven is holy.
  • Adekunle adesiyan on Colossians 2
    colossians 2 v 14The blood of jesus had blooted out ,( done away) with hand writings and ordinances(way its should be) written against us.This explains we are free or rather discharge and aquited.Having blotted out the evidences that initially made us quilty.
  • MARYLYN on Colossians 2:18
    WE ARE NOW ON THE STUDY OF THE MIND.I DID NOT KNOW THERE WAS SO MANY VERSE IN THE BIBLE ON THE MIND
  • Sajubel on Colossians 2
    verses 9,10

    We are perfect in Christ.
    Man who is imperfect from Garden of Eden has now become perfect.

    And most imp thing is we must make others perfect in Christ.

    Pray for their sins to be washed away,
    Sickness to be healed,
    hatred to be replaced with love and peace.

    And remember always the perfect person the Christ.
    Praise be to Him always... bel
  • In Christ a man is perfect, perfect in Character, Passion, Compassionate, Love, and in natural, heavenly figures all that a man want.

    It is most important that one should increase in Christ to experience all that He had.

    Praise Be To Him Always.


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