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Ephesians 1:4–11

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According as ihe hath jchosen us in him kbefore the foundation of the world, that we should be lholy and without blame before him in love: mHaving predestinated us unto nthe adoption of children by Jesus Christ to himself, oaccording to the good pleasure of his will, To the praise of the glory of his grace, wherein he hath pmade us accepted in qthe beloved. rIn whom we have sredemption tthrough his blood, uthe forgiveness of sins, according to vthe riches of his grace; Wherein whe hath abounded toward us in all xwisdom and prudence; yHaving made known unto us the mystery of his will, oaccording to his good pleasure which zhe hath purposed in himself: 10 That in the dispensation of athe fulness of times bhe might gather together in one call things in Christ, cboth which are in heaven, and which are on earth; even in him: 11 In whom also dwe have obtained an inheritance, being predestinated eaccording to the purpose of him who worketh all things after fthe counsel of his own will:

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l
m

Rom. 8:29, 30. ver. 11.

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p

See Luke 1:28 marg. So Rom. 3:24. & 5:15.

q

See Matt. 3:17. So Col. 1:13. Comp. John 3:35. & 10:17.

r
s
t
u

See Acts 5:31.

v

See Rom. 2:4. So ver. 18. ch. 3:8.

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x

So Col. 2:3. Comp. Isai. 11:2.

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z

Rom. 3:25 (Gk.). So ver. 11.

a

See Mark 1:15.

b

So ver. 20–23. See Matt. 28:18.

c
c

Gr. the heavens. ch. 3:15, &c.

d

So ver. 14, 18. See Matt. 25:34.

e

See Rom. 8:28. So ver. 9. ch. 3:11.

f