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Bible (Reina Valera) NT 12: La Epistola del Apostol San Pablo a los Colosenses

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The Epistle of Apostle Paul to the Colossians is a timeless and powerful book of the New Testament that continues to inspire and teach readers today. In this edition, the Reina-Valera translation offers a clear and easy-to-understand version of this important text.

The introduction provided in this edition helps to set the stage for the letter, giving readers context and background information that enriches their understanding of Paul's message to the Colossian church. The translation itself is straightforward and faithful to the original text, making it accessible to both new and experienced readers of the Bible.

The commentary and notes included in this edition further enhance the reader's experience, offering insights and explanations that help to illuminate the meaning and significance of Paul's words. Whether you are studying the Bible for the first time or are a seasoned reader looking for a fresh perspective, this edition of the Epistle to the Colossians is a valuable resource that will deepen your understanding and appreciation of this important book.

Overall, the Reina-Valera translation of the Epistle of Apostle Paul to the Colossians is a valuable addition to any Bible reader's collection. Its clear and accessible language, helpful introduction, and insightful commentary make it a valuable tool for anyone seeking to engage more deeply with the teachings of the Bible.

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El apóstol Pablo escribió esta carta a la iglesia de Colosas desde una prisión en Roma. En la carta Pablo combate las falsas enseñanzas del legalismo, la adoración de ángeles y el ceremonialismo. Su defensa contra tal herejía se combina con el compromiso urgente al Señorío de Cristo. Pablo alienta a los creyentes a despojarse del viejo hombre y a ponerse el nuevo hombre viviendo vidas justas ante Dios. Al seguir a Cristo, estas reglas para la vida santa los liberan de las regulaciones humanas. Los temas principales de esta carta son: Jesús es suficiente para satisfacer todas las necesidades de nuestras vidas. La perfección de Jesús es el reflejo perfecto del Dios invisible. Las filosofías que no exaltan a Jesucristo no son de Dios. Nuestra relación con Dios se refleja a través de nuestra relación con los demás. The apostle Paul wrote this letter to the church of Colossae from a prison in Rome. In the letter Paul fights the false teachings of legalism, the worship of angels and ceremonialism. His defense against such heresy is combined with the urgent commitment to the Lordship of Christ. Paul encourages believers to take off the old man and to put on the new man, living righteous lives before God. By following Christ, these rules for holy living set them free from human regulations. The main themes of this letter are: Jesus is sufficient to meet all the needs of our lives. The perfection of Jesus is the perfect reflection of the invisible God. Philosophies that do not exalt Jesus Christ are not of God. Our relationship with God is reflected through our relationship with others. - Summary by Claudia Barrett

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