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[FINAL COMPLETE RENDERING] Kol 2:(Eugne'sVersion-Literal) Verse 1]: For I determined you to see, what great anxiety and

concern I have for you and for them in (a)Laodikeia, and as many as have not seen my face in person; 2] that their hearts may be encouraged *[and instructed], they being united together in love, to all the riches of the full assurance of the understanding, to the full knowledge of the mystery of GOD, which is ANOINTED ONE; 3] In whom is concealed all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge. 4] Now, this I say, for fear that any man should deceive you by false reasoning with persuasiveness of speech. 5] For though I am absent in person, yet am I with you in the spirit, rejoicing exceedingly --beholding your proper order, and the solid foundation of your faith in ANOINTED ONE. 6] As therefore you accepted ANOINTED ONE, YESHUWA the Master, walk in him, 7] striking down roots --being built up in him, stabilized in your faith, even as you were taught, overflowing in it with thanksgiving 8] Discern carefully! For fear that there shall be any one that would carry you off as captive through (b)theosophy and empty deception, according to the tradition of men, according to the (c)elementary spirits of the world, and not according to ANOINTED ONE. 9] For in him permanently resides all the fullness of the (d)Deity, bodily. 10] And therefore, you are, filled full in him, who is the head of all rulers and authority. 11] in whom you were also circumcised with the circumcision not made with hands, in your putting off of the body *[of the sins] of fleshliness in the circumcision of ANOINTED ONE, 12] having been buried with him in your (e)immersion; in which you were raised with Him through faith by the powerful operation of God, who raised him from the dead; 13] And you, being dead in your transgressions and the uncircumcision of your fleshly nature, did He make, to stand up alive together with Him, having pardoned us of all our transgressions; 14] Having wiped out the handwritten debt to the torah of commandments contained in ordinances that was against us, which was an adversary to us, and he has taken it out of the midst, nailing it to the execution pole! 15] Having completely stripped off from himself all rulers and authority, He made a shameful exhibition of them openly, triumphing over them in it. 16] Let no one pronounce judgment on you in the act of eating or drinking, or any particular feast day, or a new moon, or Sabbaths. 17] which is a shadow of the things to come, but the reality is of ANOINTED ONE!

18] Let no man disqualify you of the prize by delighting in humility and the worship of messengers, taking a stand on the things which he has seen, puffed up by his sensuous mind, 19] not holding fast the Head, from whom all the members of the body, being supplied and united together by the ligaments and sinews, increases with the increase of God. 20] If you have died with ANOINTED ONE to the elemental spirits of the world, as though living in the world, why do you subject yourselves to the torah of commandments contained in ordinances: 21] Handle not, nor taste, nor touch? 22] which are for perishing in their using, according to human commandments and teachings, 23] which very things are having, a show of wisdom --worshiping by their own will --in mock humility and unsparing treatment of their body, but not in any honor to the satisfying of their carnal nature.

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Addendum: -------------(Name meaning -"justice of the people") *[Not included in all bible translations] b(Philosophy or Thayer's Definition: Love of wisdom --theology, or rather theosophy, of certain Jewish Christian ascetics, which busied itself with refined and speculative enquiries into the nature and classes of angels, into the ritual of the Mosaic law and the regulations of Jewish tradition respecting practical life.) c(Rudiments of the world(See on Ga 4:3). "The rudiments" or elementary lessons "of the (outward) world," such as legal ordinances; our Judaic childhood's lessons (Col 2:11, 16, 20; Ga 4:1-3).. Jamieson Fausset Brown Bible Commentary:Robert Jamieson, A. R. Fausset and David Brown Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible (1871) --doctrine of the Jewish teachers; or, according to the Mosaic institutions, as explained and glossed by the scribes, Pharisees, and rabbins in general. We have often seen that haolam hazzeh, this world, of which is a literal translation, is frequently used to express the Jewish system of rites, ceremonies, and institutions in general; what the apostle calls the tradition of men, namely, what men, unauthorized by God, have taught as doctrines received from him. Our Lord frequently refers to and condemns these traditions. (teachings of the Pharisees, Sadducees, and Essenes) --Adam Clarke's 1810/1825 commentary and critical notes on the Bible) *(The oldest manuscripts,... omitting of the sins- Jamieson Fausset Brown Bible Commentary:Robert Jamieson, A. R. Fausset and David Brown Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible (1871) d(What did Paul have in mind when he said in Col 2:9] For in him permanently resides all the fullness of the deity, bodily: when I started to wrestle with this verse and text I had to look at scripture primarily, not theosophy or philosophy or the theology of men. It really boils down to what does scripture literally and divinely declare about the subject. --Certainly then, the most appropriate place to start is with the scriptures themselves and where better than with the foundation laid by the Prophets' who first and foremost prophetically declared by the Words of divine inspiration who and what Messiah would truly be. So, let's jump back and have a quick look at Isaiah 11: 2 [NHEB-YHWH] The (1)Spirit of YHWH will rest on him: the spirit of (2)wisdom and (3)understanding, the spirit of (4)counsel and (5)might, the spirit of (6)knowledge and of the (7)fear of YHWH. So what does it say about Messiah? -- It is declaring to us the Godhead - the essence and characteristics of the fullness of the Deity of YAHWEH our GOD who is the Father. And herein lies our answer: Paul was affirming to the Kolossai what they already would have understood from the prophets that a

9] For in YESHUWA permanently resides all the fullness of the Spirit of YAHWEH --ALL the essence and perfections of His divine nature, bodily. --How perfect the declaration: GOD the FATHER in His Fullness was manifested in the person of Jesus and in His mere humanity - in Him GOD was well pleased to permanently dwell -- in Messiah -- reconciling the world to Himself. e(See Acts 2:38-39 Baptism: Thayer's Lexicon: "For all who in the rite of baptism are plunged under the water, thereby declare that they put faith in the expiatory death of Christ for the pardon of their past sins." Alluding to the immersions practised in the case of adults, wherein the person appeared to be buried under the Water, as Christ was buried in the heart of the earth. His rising again the third any, and their emerging from the water, was an emblem of the resurrection of the body; and, in them, of a total change of life. -Adam Clarke's 1810/1825 commentary and critical notes on the Bible)