The Two Humanities


Eph 1:10  in regard to the dispensation of the fullness of the times, to bring into one the whole in the Christ, both the things in the heavens, and the things upon the earth — in him;

A new humanity is available to all on the earth. God calls humanity outside of Christ, archaic humanity, because it functions under the principle of sin.

Re 20:2  and he laid hold on the dragon, the old  ( archaic ) serpent, who is Devil and Adversary, and did bind him a thousand years,

The devil is called the archaic serpent in the book of Revelation.

The forerunner of this new superhuman, eternity bound humanity is Christ Jesus.

In this humanity is the fullness of times, where all has been restored to the pristine conditions of eternity, been fulfilled.

Archaic humanity flays and struggles in the unfulfilled times which sin, death, political corruption and economic upheavals keeps it from completing themselves.

In the new humanity, is all accomplished. The new humanity manifests what Christ completed.

The archaic humanity manifests nothing but sin and death and is completed six feet under the ground.

3   Blessed is the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who did bless us in every spiritual blessing in the heavenly places in Christ,

The new humanity was, and is blessed already with every blessing by God.

4  according as He did choose us in him before the foundation of the world, for our being holy and unblemished before Him, in love,

The new humanity rather than functioning by the principle of sin, functions by the principle of God’s love, because it is centered on the forerunner, Christ Jesus, who is the beloved of the Father and the one having been eternally loved by the Father.

Therefore, the new humanity is the beloved of the Father.

5  having foreordained us to the adoption of sons through Jesus Christ to Himself, according to the good pleasure of His will,

Because the new humanity is the beloved of the Father it is ordained as adopted sons and daughters of the Father.

6  to the praise of the glory of His grace, in which He did make us accepted in the beloved,

Accepted means to be highly favored, charming and lovely, and because of that, to become a worthy object where extravagant and lavish things can be conferred to it.

In the beloved is the “egapemeno.”

More correctly, in the One having been loved from all eternity past, and into all eternity future.

Jesus is the egapemeno.

The new humanity is founded and functions in the egapemeno.

Thus it is highly favored, charming and lovely, and is a worthy object where extravagant and lavish things can be conferred to it, because of the egapemeno, which has founded it, and is indeed this new humanity.

The new humanity is beloved of God because it functions by the egapemeno.

The archaic humanity as much as God loves it, and died for it, is subject to the judgment of God simply because it functions by the principle of sin and death.

The judgment of God is really on the ill-fated archaic humanity as an entity.

The egapemeno. is a verb. As a verb, it receives action.

Thus the new humanity is constantly receiving the action of God’s love towards it, manifested by its obtaining every spiritual blessing in Christ.

The archaic humanity is under God’s wrath.

God wrath is not upon people but upon the principle of sin dominating the archaic humanity.

7  In whom we have redemption through his blood, the forgiveness of sins, according to the riches of his grace;

Redemption is the “the results of deliverance from slavery secured by the payment of ransom money.”

The ransom money is the blood of Jesus Christ.

Forgiveness is the noun aphesin.

Aphesin is the sending away of something dangerous far enough so that it no longer causes harm.

The noun is in the accusative case describing the final goal.

Hence, the new humanity exists in a state where everything harmful has been distanced far away from it.

The archaic humanity is cohesively captured in the slavery of the principle of sin and death.

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