what other Christians besides the Colossians does Paul say he had
"great conflict" (or agony) for in verse one of this chapter?
whom did Paul say was "hid all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge"?
- "As ye
have therefore received Christ Jesus the Lord," what were they
admonished to do?
- "Rooted and built up in him,
and stablished in the faith, _____________________ , abounding in
were to "beware lest any man spoil [cheat, plunder]" them in what way?
in him dwelleth the fulness of the Godhead bodily [in a bodily form]"
refers to whom?
ye are ____________ in him, which is the head of all principality and
does Paul compare to circumcision in a spiritual way wherein there is
the "putting off the body of the sins of the flesh"?
was the "handwriting of ordinances that was against us," which has been
blotted out and taken out of the way, being nailed to the cross?
should no one judge a Christian in respect to "meat, or in drink, or in
respect of an holyday, or of the new moon, or of the sabbath days"?
was a "shadow of things to come"?
no man beguile you of your reward"--how could this be done as Paul
doing this what happened in reference to their relationship to the Head
of the body?
- Being dead with Christ is
used by Paul here as an argument against what?
does Paul say that represents what these false acetic religionists were
would this false religion be impressive to the outside observer?
ANSWERS: 1. Colossians 2:1; 2.
2:2,3; 3. Colossians 2:6,7; 4. Colossians
Colossians 2:8; 6. Colossians 2:8,9; 7. Colossians
Colossians 2:11-13; 9. The Law of Moses, Colossians 2:14;
These things were part of the “handwriting of ordinances” nailed to the
cross; 11. The Law of Moses; 12.
2:18,19; 13. Colossians 2:19; 14. Being subject
ordinances of men; 15. Colossians 2:21,22; 16.