Let The Accused of the Lord Say So


Eph 1:3 ¶ Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who hath blessed us (ACCUSATIVE CASE) with all spiritual blessings in heavenly places in Christ:

In the Greek, the accusative case is just what it says. The accusing finger points towards an object that will receive all judgment, sentence, or wrath. It’s a repository into where all is focused towards, pointed to, our poured out into.

If we turn this into to something good, the object, placed in the grammatical accusative case, is the one to whom all benefits are dedicated to.

The church in Ephesians 1:3,  is the accused object to whom all of God’s love, blessings, benefits, all that He is, and all the He wants to do,  has His big finger pointed at. In today’s technical language, the church is God’s dedicated or isolated line. I call the church (that’s you and me), the container which God funnels all into, and which He pours all abundantly upon.

It’s up to us to increase our ability to receive more, and more, and more in proportion to a mind that is renewed to think in impossibilities, transcendentally and without limitations.

We are the objects of His love, we have been translated into kingdom of The Son, of His Love, and we are His beloved.

You think about that today.

In the Greek, the accusative case is just what it says. The accusing finger points towards an object that will receive all judgment, sentence, or wrath. It’s a repository into where all is focused towards, pointed to, our poured out into.

If we turn this into to something good, the object, placed in the grammatical accusative case, is the one to whom all benefits are dedicated to.

The church in Ephesians 1:3,  is the accused object to whom all of God’s love, blessings, benefits, all that He is, and all the He wants to do,  has His big finger pointed at. In today’s technical language, the church is God’s dedicated or isolated line. I call the church (that’s you and me), the container which God funnels all into, and which He pours all abundantly upon.

It’s up to us to increase our ability to receive more, and more, and more in proportion to a mind that is renewed to think in impossibilities, transcendentally and without limitations.

We are the objects of His love, we have been translated into kingdom of The Son, of His Love, and we are His beloved.

You think about that today.

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