Heb 2:10 For it became him, for whom are all things (accusative case), and by whom are all things (genitive case), in bringing many sons (huios) unto glory, to make the captain (archegon) of their salvation (noun) perfect through sufferings.
The accusative noun case means just what it says, but in good way. The accused has a finger pointed at him. The whole universe points back to Christ. All heads back into Him. All is created for Him. All is for His glory, and to glorify Him.
The genitive case is the noun case of possession. Christ has been made into all things. They come into being out of Him, as a tree comes out from roots. He is the source of all, and all belongs to Him.
Christ brings all things to pass and completes them as they come out of Him as Source. He is the Agent and The Agency of all.
Christ is the Author and Finisher, the Alpha and Omega, the Beginning, The Beginner, the Termination and Completer, and the Ending Point.
All things have their belonging from Him who possesses their root sources, their authorship, and completer.
Heb 2:10 For it became him, for whom are all things (accusative case), and by whom are all things ( genitive case), in bringing many sons (huios) unto glory, to make the captain (archegon) of their salvation (noun) perfect through sufferings.
“To bring many sons (and daughters).” Huios is from where the Spanish word “hijos and hijas” comes. These are the God’s children in regards to inheritance, and not blood or genes.
Because we are God’s sons and daughters we have the right to inherit all which Christ Jesus inherited. That is, all that God is, has, and will do, belongs to the saint through the rights of co inheritance.
Heb 2:10 For it became him, for whom are all things (accusative case), and by whom are all things (genitive case), in bringing many sons ( huios) unto glory, to make the captain (archegon) of their salvation (noun) perfect through sufferings.
Christ is the captain or the archegon. Arche is the beginning or starting point. Ago is to lead. Christ is the captain because He experiences all things first. He blazed God’s trail as the pioneer of the New Covenant.
1Ti 5:17 Let the elders that rule (proistemi) well be counted worthy of double honour, especially they who labour in the word and doctrine.
In Timothy, we note a different type of leader or ruler; the one who “proistemi.”
Pro is defined as before. Histemi, is to place, stand, be fixed, or established.
A good ruler sets himself before others as an example. God sets the ruler before people so that by her character and behavior, others can follow . Herein is the mentor, or a father and mother in the faith.
What about our political leaders. Which of them executes the function of proistemi? Which one sets a good pattern for people to follow?
Scarier yet, are the throngs who will vote for such without concern to where they are led.
People demand amazingly little from leaders. It is stunning! These are the spawning grounds of dictators. The world will follow in wonder after the Anti-Christ.
Passivity, complacency and apathy are the spring boards for tyrants
America needs a revival. It is dangerously close of accepting “The Beast”, hook, line and sinker.
1Co 4:16 Wherefore I beseech you, be ye followers (mimetes) of me.
1Co 11:1 Be ye followers (mimetes)of me, even as I also am of Christ.
Mimete is a “mimic”. Paul tells us to spiritually mimic him as he mimics Christ. Can we tell others to mimic our spiritual walks?
11 For both he that sanctifieth ( present active) and they who are sanctified (present passive) are all of one ( are all out of one source): for which cause he is not ashamed to call them brethren,(adelphos: coming from the same womb)
“A,” is connecting particle. “Delphus” is a womb.
We are sons and daughters because with Christ we are all out of one source. He calls us adelphos, His brethren, or those who come from the same womb.
One source and one womb, this is what “born again” means.
17 Wherefore in all things it behoved ( ophelio/ what is owe or due, a debt) him to be made (homioo) like unto his brethren (adelphos), that he might be a merciful and faithful high priest in things pertaining to God, to make reconciliation (propitiation) for the sins of the people.
Reconciliation here is propitiation.
Because we are reconciled to Christ and our sins atoned for, we are in a constant state of loveliness, favor, graciousness, kindness and compassion to our Heavenly Father.
This is propitiation. Christ is our propitiation. He has made us favorable, lovely, and so very charming to God . This is our identity.
Because we are all out of the same source with Christ and come from the same womb as Jesus, He is our propitiatory shelter. We are as lovely and charming as Him. We are the beloved of God. We are His objects of mercy and compassion. We are the funneling ground of all His blessings. We live in a world called Christ which attracts the blessings of the Most High. We are Christ’s brethren and with Him came from the same womb.