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for the edifying of the Body of Christ ... Ephesians 4:12

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Daily Manna - We Are Called Into Christ

We’re going to look at the first nine verses of I Corinthians chapter one. As I read it this morning a couple of things reached out to me so I will pass them on to you

I Corinthians 1:1 Paul, called to be an apostle of Jesus Christ through the will of God, and Sosthenes our brother…

The words “to be” are not in the original. So the accurate translation from the Greek would be Paul, called an apostle. I do not know why the translators added the words “to be,” but those words being added makes it look as though Paul was not yet an apostolic ministry.

The word apostle means “one who is sent.” Those words take us to the real sent One, the Lord Jesus Christ. He was sent to bring us salvation. Wherefore, holy brethren, partakers of the heavenly calling, consider the Apostle and High Priest of our profession, Christ Jesus. Hebrews 3:1. Christ Jesus is the one and only Sent One; He is the one and only Apostle.  ...more

We are interested in the mysteries spoken of in the Word of God. They are the truths and Kingdom concepts hidden in the Scriptures. The Greek word for "mystery" is mysterion; it means "a thing hidden, a religious secret, or that which is not obvious to the understanding." It occurs 22 times in the King James Bible. We will not look at every passage of Scripture where it is found, but we will examine enough to sharpen our desires for the Word of God.

God's Word is not laid bare for just anyone. His Word is for those who are hungering after Him, and it is the hunger for Him that will begin uncovering the veil over the Word of God.

We will begin with a portion of Scripture in John chapter seven. Here we will see Jesus at the Feast of Tabernacles in the midst of a multitude, yet hidden. As such, He is an example of a mystery.

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