bread and wine in the Lord’s supper; or of days; only the decrees and ordinances of Moses, or any other which the false teachers cried up, that were not after Christ. "Commentary on Colossians 2:17". If so it would mean that the reality to which the O.T. 17. The “figure for the time then present” guaranteed the introduction of the figured reality in the time to come. 8 (p. 3c middle), “The ten commandments are the essential part of the Shema (guphah shel shma‛).” Compare Mishna Pesachim, X. The seventh-day sabbath, when his body rested in the grave. (17) Which are a shadow . the substance, the essential thing, Which are a shadow of the things to come, but the body is of Christ, the concrete facts of the Christian revelation, Ellicott's Commentary for English Readers. To get what Colossians 2:17 means based on its source text, scroll down or follow these links for the original scriptural meaning , biblical context and relative popularity. It was an unattainable requirement, written on stone, which identified and accused everyone of sin - and stamped all humanity with the eternal, condemnation of God - GUILTY SINNER! Omniscience is His, and therefore no formal Urim and Thummim glitters on His breast. Meyer contends strenuously for the former, viz. "Whedon's Commentary on the Bible". p. 531). ἦν would have implied that they had absolutely ceased as facts, which of course they had not. “Professor Troy Martin wrote an article entitled, ‘But Let Everyone Discern the Body of Christ (Col. 2:17),’ which was published in the Journal of Biblical Literature in the Summer of 1995. τὸ δὲ σῶμα χριστοῦ—“But the body is Christ's.” A few Codices change the passage by a glaring amendment, and read ὁ χριστός, while A, B, C prefix the article τοῦ, a reading which Lachmann prefers. Christ is the reality; and his body, the church, is made up of those made free by Truth. (c) That is why people who cling to the Law of Moses can"t be saved (Galatians 5:1-4). Bibliography"Commentary on Colossians 2:17". Talm. And therefore the apostle solemnly warns the Colossians not to be imposed upon by such pretences, and not for a moment to submit to teaching which would supplant the real by the ritual, and give them a religion of obsolete externalities for one of vital freedom and spiritual jurisdiction. It also foreshadowed many things found in the New Covenant (Hebrews 10:1-22). All these things were a dim shadow of glorious things to come. The shadow is the intended likeness of the substance. Before the Law of Moses was given, God had the religion of Jesus Christ already in mind (Ephesians 3:10-11). This verse contains a hint of the fundamental argument of the Epistle to the Hebrews (cf. Hebrews 10:1. It is cast by the body, and therefore implies that there is a body, and while it resembles the body it is itself insubstantial. Rather it appears that Paul is saying that the forms and ceremonies of the O.T., were like a shadow, but what cast the shadow, the real body or substance, would be found in Christ and the New Covenant. "OF THE THINGS TO COME"-While the Law of Moses shadowed some heavenly things, i.e., The Mercy Seat=God"s Throne, The Sabbath Day=Our Heavenly Rest (Hebrews 4:11). Colossians 2:17 which are a shadow of the things to come; but the body is Christ"s. "WHICH"-i.e. That it was a shadow so designed, and not a fortuitous and unmeaning system, is plain from its correspondence with the body which is Christ's, and its consequent fulfilment in Him. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/fam/colossians-2.html. The sabbatical year of jubilee, Luke 4:19. "Commentary on Colossians 2:17". The first day of the week, when he rose a victorious conqueror of the devil, and had all put in subjection to him, unto whom all the rest did refer, and therefore they were to disappear, upon his estating his people in a rest which the law could not; whereupon his people are obliged in public adoration and praise to commemorate him on the first day of the week, or the Lord’s day, to the end of the world, 1 Corinthians 16:1,2 Kings 1:10. “The Law had a shadow of good things to come, not the very image (or, substance) of the things” (Hebrews 10:1). But perhaps the apostle had the figure before his mind which he has elsewhere employed; “the law,” he says, “had a shadow of good things to come,” and not the “very image of the things.” In this expression he distinguishes σκιά and εἰκών, as being both likenesses, though of a different kind; and in the passage before us, he distinguishes σκιά from the reality or substance- σῶμα-which it represents. forbids the notion of Zanchius and Suicer, that the reference may be to the comparative darkness of the former economy. But ὁ χριστός would have been more natural. N.T. The woven and metallic cherubim disappear in the reality, for the angels having performed their allotted parts in the mystery of redempti on, are “ministering spirits to them who shall be heirs of salvation.” There is no need now that the law be engraved on stone, for it is written indelibly on “the fleshy tables of the heart.” It is no longer required that there be a bath, or a “sea of brass,” for believers are washed in the laver of regeneration. 1851. 1685. The man who had been contaminated by any ceremonial impurity, who had touched a corpse, or come into accidental contact with a leper, was by means of an appointed ordeal of ablution and sacrifice restored to his previous status. Lucian, Hermot. Since the substance belonged to Christ, it was foolish for Christians to hanker after the shadow.

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