Chapter 1
1 Paul, a commissioner of Anointed Jesus through a will effect of Placer, and Timothy the brother, 2 to the holy and believing brothers in Anointed in Colosse: grace to you, and peace, from Placer our Father. 3 We are thanking the Placer, Father of our Master Jesus Anointed, praying always about you, 4 hearing of your belief in Anointed Jesus and the love which you are having into all the holy ones, 5 because of the expectation being reserved to you in the heavens, which you hear before in the word of the truth, the good message 6 present into you, it being fruitful and grown up, down as also in all the world, down as among you, from the day you hear and recognized the Placer’s grace in truth, 7 down as you learned it from Epaphras, our beloved fellow slave who is faithful over you as a servant of Anointed, 8 the one also making evident to us your love in spirit. 9 Therefore we also, from the day we hear it, are not ceasing praying over you, and requesting that you may be filled full of the recognition of his will effect, in every wisdom and spiritual understanding, 10 to walk worthily of the Master, into every pleasing, in every good work, bearing fruit and being grown up in the recognition of Placer, 11 being made powerful in every ability, down the holding of his glory, into every endurance and patience, with joy, 12 thanking the Father, the one making you enough into the part of the allotment of the holy ones in the light, 13 who rescues us out of the authority of the darkness, and transposes us into the kingdom of the son of his love, 14 in whom we are having the deliverance, the forgiveness of the sins, 15 who is an image of the unseen Placer, firstborn of all creation, 16 it being that the all is created in him, in the heavens and on the land, the seen and the unseen. Whether thrones, whether masterdoms, whether chieftainships, whether authorities, the all has been created through him and into him. 17 And he is, before all, and the all has stood together in him. 18 And he is the head of the body, the called out company, a beginning, firstborn out of the dead ones, that he may become first in all things, 19 it being that all the fulfillment delights to dwell in him, 20 and through him, to reconcile the all into him, making peace through the blood of his pole, whether the ones on the land, whether the ones in the heavens. 21 And you, at a time estranged, and enemies in the comprehension, being in the wicked works, he now yet reconciles, 22 through the death in the body of his flesh, to present you holy and flawless and un-indictable in his sight, 23 if surely you are remaining in the belief, having been founded and settled and being not removed from the expectation of the good message which you hear, the one being proclaimed in all creation under the heaven, of which I Paul became a server. 24 Now I am rejoicing in my sufferings over you, and am in a stead, filling up the deficiencies of the Anointed’s constrictions in my flesh, over his body which is the called out company, 25 of which I became a servant down the Placer’s administration, given to me into you, to fulfill the Placer’s word, 26 the secret having been concealed from the durations and from the generations, yet now manifested to his holy ones, 27 to whom the Placer wills to make known what are the riches of the glory of this secret among the nations, which is: Anointed, in you, the expectation of the glory, 28 whom we are announcing, admonishing and teaching every human in every wisdom, that we may be presenting every human consummate in Anointed, 29 into which also I am toiling, contending down the operation of the one operating in me in power.
Chapter 2
1 For I am willing for you to perceive what a prime contest I am having over you, and the ones in Laodicea, and as many as have not seen my face in flesh, 2 that their hearts may be consoled, being united in love and into all the riches of the assurance of the understanding, into recognition of the Placer’s secret: Anointed, 3 in whom all the stores of the wisdom and knowledge are concealed. 4 I am saying this, that no one may be beguiling you in a persuasive word. 5 For even if I am absent in the flesh, I am but together with you in the spirit, having joy and observing your order and the solidity of your belief into Anointed. 6 As, then, you got the Anointed Jesus the Master, be walking in him, 7 having been rooted and being built in him, and being confirmed in the belief, down as you were taught, abounding in thanking. 8 Be looking out, that no one may be the one despoiling you through the philosophy and empty seduction, down the tradition of the humans, down the elements of the world and not down Anointed, 9 it being that all the fulfillment of the Placership is dwelling in him bodily, 10 and you have been fulfilled in him, who is the head of every chieftainship and authority, 11 in whom also you were circumcised, in a circumcision un-hand-made, in the slipping out of the body of the flesh, in the circumcision of the Anointed, 12 being entombed together with him, in the immersion in which also you were roused together, through the belief of the operation of the Placer, the one rousing him out of dead ones. 13 And you, being dead in the offenses and in the uncircumcision of your flesh, he vivifies you together with him, gracing with us about all the offenses, 14 erasing the handwriting which was against us in the decrees, which was hostile to us, and has lifted it out of the midst, nailing it to the pole. 15 Slipping out from the chieftainships and the authorities, he makes it a show in boldness, triumphing them in it. 16 Let no one, then, be judging you in food and in drink, or in a part of a festival, or of a new moon or of sabbaths, 17 things which are a shadow of the things about to be, the body, yet, being of the Anointed. 18 Let no one be down umpiring you, willing in a humility and ritual of messengers, parading, as a simulation, things which he has seen, inflated under the mind of his flesh, 19 and not holding the head, out of whom, all the body, being supplied and united through the touch and bonds, is growing the growth of the Placer. 20 If you died together with Anointed, from the elements of the world, why, as living in a world, are you being decreed, 21 “You may not be touching, nor tasting, nor may you be contacting,” 22 things which are all for corruption in the use? Down the precepts and teachings of the humans, 23 there are some which are indeed having a word of wisdom, it being in will-ritual, and in a humility and unsparing of the body. Toward surfeiting of the flesh, they are not in any value.
Chapter 3
1 If, then, you were roused together with the Anointed, be seeking the things up where the Anointed is, sitting in right of the Placer. 2 Be disposing the things up, not the things on the land. 3 For you died, and your life has been hid, together with the Anointed, in the Placer. 4 Whenever the Anointed, your life, may be manifested, then you also shall be manifested together with him, in glory. 5 Deaden, then, your members on the land, as to prostitution, uncleanness, passion, evil desire, and the greed, which is idolatry, 6 things because of which the Placer’s indignation is coming on the sons of the stubbornness, 7 among whom you also at a time walk, when you lived in these things. 8 Yet now, be putting away from you also all the indignation, fury, evil, calumny, shameful speaking out of your mouth. 9 Do not be falsifying to one another. Be slipping out from the old humanity together with its practices, 10 and be slipping into the young one, being renewed into recognition, down the image of the one creating it, 11 wherein there is no Greek and Judaan, circumcision and uncircumcision, barbarian, Sythian, slave, free, but Anointed is all and in all. 12 As chosen ones of the Placer, then, holy and beloved, slip into bowels of pity, kindness, humility, meekness, patience, 13 tolerating one another and gracing yourselves, if anyone is having blame toward anyone. Down as the Master graces to you, you be thus also. 14 Yet on all these, there is the love, which is a bond of the consummation. 15 And let the Anointed’s peace be umpiring in your hearts, into which also you were called in one body, and become thankful. 16 Let the Anointed’s word be dwelling in you richly, in every wisdom, teaching and admonishing yourselves, in psalms, hymns, spiritual songs, in the grace, singing in your hearts to the Placer. 17 And whatever you may be doing in word or work, do all in the name of Master Jesus, through him, thanking the Placer Father. 18 The women, be subject to your men, as is proper in Master. 19 The men, be loving your women, and do not be bitter toward them. 20 The offspring, be obeying your parents, down all things; for this is well-pleasing in Master. 21 The fathers, do not be vexing your offspring, lest they be disheartened. 22 The slaves, be obeying, down all things, your down-flesh masters, not in eye-slavery as human-pleasers, but in singleness of heart, fearing the Master. 23 Whatever you may be doing , do it out of soul, working as to the Master and not to humans, 24 having perceived that you shall be getting the repayment of the allotment enjoyment from Master; you are slaving to the Master Anointed. 25 For the one injuring, shall be requited what he injures, and there is no partiality.
Colossians 4
1 The masters, be tendering the just thing, and the equality to the slaves, having perceived that you also are having a Master in heaven. 2 Be holding toward the prayer, watching in it with thanking, 3 praying simultaneously about us also, that the Placer may be opening up to us a door of the word, to speak the secret (because of which also I have been bound) of the Anointed, 4 that I may be manifesting it as is a must for me to speak. 5 Be walking in wisdom toward the ones outside, buying out the season, 6 your word being always in grace, having been seasoned with salt, to perceive how you must be answering each one. 7 All the things down me, Tychicus shall be making known to you, the beloved brother and faithful servant and fellow slave in Master, 8 whom I send toward you into this same thing, that you may be knowing the things about us, and he may console your hearts, 9 together with Onesimus, the faithful and beloved brother who is out of you. They shall be making known to you all the things here. 10 Aristarchus my fellow captive is greeting you, and Mark, the cousin of Barnabas, about whom you got precepts, “Receive him if he is ever coming toward you,” 11 and Jesus, the one being said Justus. Out of circumcision, these are the only fellow workers into the Placer’s kingdom who became a solace to me. 12 Epaphras is greeting you, the one out of you, a slave of Anointed Jesus, always contending over you in the prayers, that you may be stood consummate and fully assured in every will effect of the Placer. 13 For I am testifying to him, that he is having much misery over you, and the ones in Laodicea and Hierapolis. 14 Luke the beloved healer is greeting you, and Demas. 15 Greet the brothers in Laodicea, and Nympha, and the called out company down her house. 16 And whenever the letter is read with you, make that it may also be read in the called out company of Laodiceans, and that you also may be reading the one out of Laodicea. 17 And say to Archippus, “Be looking out for the service which you got in Master, that you may be fulfilling it.” 18 The greeting in my hand is of Paul. Be remembering my bonds. The grace is with you.