Ephesians 1

Not we should become vain-glorious, each other provoking with each other envying.1Paul, an apostle of Jesus Anointed through will of God, to the saints to those being in Ephesus even to believers in Anointed Jesus; 2favor to you and peace from God a Father of us, and Lord Jesus Anointed. 3Worthy of praise the God and Father of the Lord of us Jesus Anointed, he having blessed us with every blessing spiritual in the heavenlies in Anointed; 4even as he chose us in him before a casting down of a world, to have us holy ones and blameless ones in sight of him; 5in love having previously marked out us for sonship through Jesus Anointed for himself, according to the good pleasure of the will of himself, 6for a praise of glory of the favor of himself, with which he favored us in the one having been beloved, 7by whom we have the redemption through the blood of him, the forgiveness of the faults, according to the wealth of the favor of him, 8which he caused to abound towards us in all wisdom and intelligence, 9having made known to us the secret of the will of himself according to the good pleasure of himself, which he before purposed in himself, 10for an administration of the fulness of the seasons, to reduce under one head the things all in the Anointed, the things in the heavens and the things on the earth, in him, 11by whom also we obtained a portion, having been previously marked out according to a design of the the things all operating according to the counsel of the will of himself, 12in order that to be us for a praise of the glory of him, those having been before hopers in the Anointed; 13in whom also you (having heard the word of the truth, the glad tidings of the salvation of you,) in whom also having believed you were sealed with the spirit of the promise with the holy, 14which is a pledge of the inheritance of us in a redemption of the possession, for a praise of the glory of him. 15On account of this even I having heard the in you faith in the Lord Jesus, and the love that for all the holy ones, 16not I cease giving thanks on behalf of you, a remembrance of you making in the prayers of me; 17that the God of the Lord of us Jesus Anointed, the Father of the glory, may give to you a spirit of wisdom and of revelation in full knowledge of him. 18Having been enlightened the eyes of the heart of you, for the to know you, what is the hope of the calling of you, and what the wealth of the glory of the inheritance of him in the holy ones, 19and what the surpassing greatness of the power of him towards us, those believing according to the operation of the strength of the might of him, 20which he exerted in the Anointed, having raised up him out of dead ones; and seated at right of himself in the heavenlies, 21far above every government and authority and power and lordship, and every name being named not only in the age this, but also in the one about coming; 22and all things placed under the feet of him; and him he gave a head over all things for the congregation, 23which is the body of him, the completeness of him the things all with all things is filling;
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