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Spiritual Warfare

Colossians 2:15 (ESV)

He disarmed the rulers and authorities[b] and put them to open shame, by triumphing over them in him.[c]

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Bible Commentary

Colossians 2:15 is a very important Bible verse in the New Testament that gives us a picture of Jesus’ victory over the devil and his dominion on earth.

It is a very meticulous work of Christ to separate the heart and soul of man from the foothold of darkness--Satan’s territory. Though Christ won the victory over Satan forever by the work of the cross, man has yet to fully redeem the spiritual territory He offers us through the power of the Holy Spirit. Our faith is key. 


Jesus said to the blind men he healed in Matthew 9:29, “…According to your faith be it unto you.” Because they believed He was able to heal them, they were healed. He touched their eyes, and their eyes were opened. (Matthew 9:30).

We as Christians, live far short of the glory of God that Christ won for us. We are either ignorant of the promises of God, or we don’t fully believe them. Either way, we often forfeit the wonderful gifts Christ died to give us. Can you imagine how this makes God the Father feel?


Rulers and authorities in Colossians 2:15 references this phrase: demonic rulers and authorities.

There are forces beyond our control at work in the heavenlies. When we see the ugliness of sin and darkness in the behavior of people, we’re seeing the control of spiritual forces at work behind the scenes.

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