The Blessing of Redemption
Ephesians 1:7-10
In view of the previous three verses in Ephesians 1, the true blessing that God provides his people ...
Published June 1st, 2012
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In view of the previous three verses in Ephesians 1, the true blessing that God provides his people is this very redemption explained in verses 7-10. The idea of God's sovereign purpose, motivated by his gracious will and infinite wisdom, encapsulates the entire meaning of humanity in one idea: that God desires to unite all things unto himself. Yet mankind cannot ever be united unto God apart from the mystery that is detailed in the passage, in the form of Jesus' shed blood, which provides forgiveness and reconcilation to the Father.
10000000008314 8314 Notes 2009-05-24 17:35:12 2009-05-26 15:15:16 In view of the previous three verses in Ephesians 1, the true blessing that God provides his people is this very redemption explained in verses 7-10. The idea of God's sovereign purpose, motivated by his gracious will and infinite wisdom, encapsulates the entire meaning of humanity in one idea: that God desires to unite all things unto himself. Yet mankind cannot ever be united unto God apart from the mystery that is detailed in the passage, in the form of Jesus' shed blood, which provides forgiveness and reconcilation to the Father. notes
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Ephesians 1:7-10
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In him [God]
we [believers] have redemption through his [the Son's] blood,
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the forgiveness of our [all believers'] trespasses,
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according to the riches of his [God's] grace,
which he [God] lavished upon us [believers] ,
in all wisdom and insight
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making known to us [believers] the mystery of his [God's] will,
according to his [the Father's] purpose,
which he [the Father] set forth in Christ [the Son]
as a plan for the fullness of time,
to unite all things in him [the Son] ,
things in heaven and things on earth.
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10000000008314 8314 Arc 2009-05-24 17:35:12 2009-05-26 15:15:16 editing Ephesians 1 7 1 10 Ephesians 1:7-10 49 NT esv i251563 i251564 i251565 i251566 i251551 In him [God] i251552 we [believers] have redemption through his [the Son's] blood, locative 1 1 i251553 the forgiveness of our [all believers'] trespasses, ideaexplanation 1 i251554 according to the riches of his [God's] grace, i251567 i251555 which he [God] lavished upon us [believers] , i251556 in all wisdom and insight actionmanner 1 bilateral 1 i251568 i251569 i251557 making known to us [believers] the mystery of his [God's] will, i251570 i251558 according to his [the Father's] purpose, i251559 which he [the Father] set forth in Christ [the Son] i251560 as a plan for the fullness of time, ideaexplanation 1 i251571 i251561 to unite all things in him [the Son] , i251562 things in heaven and things on earth. ideaexplanation 1 actionpurpose 2 ideaexplanation 1 1 1 1 esv 25 a 50 discourse
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