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Bracketing—Assignment 10
Ephesians 1:3-10
We should praise our God for creating us for the distinct purpose of pouring out every spiritual blessing upon us.
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Published August 26th, 2017
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All praise should be given to God for creating us with the distinct goal in mind that he would make us blameless before him and to lavish upon us every spiritual blessing.
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Ephesians 1:3-10
Everything the Lord has done for us is for the purpose and design of the resound of His name!
The Lord predestined us to receive every spiritual blessing ... blessings that we do not deserve!
Why did he do this? Out of love for us!
It was his will -- his purpose -- to lavish upon us all wisdom and insight, making know to us the mystery of his will. That's what God set us on this earth for!
e Blessed be f the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ,
who has blessed us in Christ with every spiritual blessing
g in the heavenly places,
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h even as he i chose us in him
j before the foundation of the world,
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that we should be k holy and blameless before him.
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In love
l he predestined us 1 for m adoption
as sons through Jesus Christ,
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n according to the purpose of his will,
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o to the praise of his glorious grace,
with which he has blessed us in p the Beloved.
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q In him we have r redemption
s through his blood,
t the forgiveness of our trespasses,
u according to the riches of his grace,
which he lavished upon us,
in all wisdom and insight
v making known 1 to us the mystery of his will,
n according to his purpose,
which he w set forth in Christ
as a plan for x the fullness of time,
y to unite all things in him,
things in heaven and things on earth.
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