3 in whom are hidden all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge.
isn’t a church that Paul planted, he still cared for them as if they were his
own. In the opening of chapter 2, Paul is concluding his stance on the ministerial
call to the church. He makes this indication that all hidden treasures of
wisdom and knowledge reside in Him, Jesus. Paul says this as he encourages
those in Laodicea and all who haven’t seen him to reach for all the knowledge
of God’s mystery. That mystery is Christ, whom all wisdom and knowledge flow
from. Christ is our ultimate source for knowledge for us to understand truth
that isn’t the modern subjective truth plaguing our world today. Christ is the
same, yesterday, today and tomorrow, ever unchanging. So, reach for Him and
know that you grow in fullness of God’s perfect mystery that is Christ Jesus.