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Who are the "we" in Colossians 1:27-28?

To whom God would make known the riches of the glory of this mystery among the Gentiles, which is Christ, in you the hope of glory. Whom we preach, admonishing every man, and teaching every man in all ...
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Meaning of Colossians 2:6

There are three matters here in Col 2:5-7 (these verses should not be separated) which reads: ... I delight to see your orderly condition and firm faith in Christ. Therefore, just as you have ...
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Meaning of Colossians 2:6

“As you received Christ Jesus the Lord”: This refers to the act of accepting and believing in Jesus Christ as Lord. Receiving Christ is not merely an intellectual agreement with His teachings or an ...
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Meaning of Colossians 2:6

This verse is not instructing us to quote, "Ask Jesus into your heart," as the language of becoming a Christian. Of course, the most common language for an appropriate, saving response to ...
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In Colossians 3:5, how is greed (covetousness) an Idolatry?

I really disagree with this perspective. I would acuse Paul of sermonization or overusing ministerial license if he were preaching today. I believe the Lord means what HE says, sometimes the human ...
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Why does the household table in Colossians spend so long on slaves?

Why, Why? One could just as easily ask, "Why does Paul spend so much time on families in Ephesians?" There is no legitimate reason why a person's letters must deal on a subject with the same ...
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Who are the "we" in Colossians 1:27-28?

Meyers answers this question in his comments about Col 1:28 and identifies the "we" - Colossians 1:28. Christ was not proclaimed by all in the definite character just expressed, namely, as “...
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Who are the "we" in Colossians 1:27-28?

The epistle mentions a number of persons, all of whom could be included in the 'we'. Paul himself, Timothy, Tychicus, Onesimus, Aristarchus, Marcus, Barnabas, Jesus (called Justus), Epaphras, Luke, ...
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