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1 Corinthians 15:21-28
« on: November 26, 2007, 01:14:44 PM »
1 Corinthians 15:21-28

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21. For since by man came death, by man came also the resurrection of the dead.

22. For as in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall all be made alive.

23. But every man in his own order: Christ the firstfruits; afterward they that are Christ's at his coming.

24. Then cometh the end, when he shall have delivered up the kingdom to God, even the Father; when he shall have put down all rule and all authority and power.

25. For he must reign, till he hath put all enemies under his feet.

Psl. 110:1- Matt 22:44- Luke 20:43- Acts 2:34- Heb 1:13

26. The last enemy that shall be destroyed is death.

27. For he hath put all things under his feet. But when he saith all things are put under him, it is manifest that he is excepted, which did put all things under him.

28. And when all things shall be subdued unto him, then shall the Son also himself be subject unto him that put all things under him, that God may be all in all.


Assuredly the Bible is not the story of sin, deepening into eternal ruin, of God's Son, worsted in His utmost effort; it is from the opening to the close the story of grace stronger than sin--of life victorious over every form of death--of God triumphing over evil. -Christ Triumphant-

All= Pas=

Radically means all! (see Vine's Expository Dictionary)

James Strong=

Pas; including all the forms of declension; apparently a primitive word; all, any, every, the whole:--all manner of, means), alway(-s), any (one)x daily, + ever, every (one, way), as many as, + no (-thing) X thoroughly, whatsoever, whole, whosover. -Dr. James Strong-

"Pas Die"= Pas Apothnesko

Apothnesko=


http://bible.crosswalk.com/Lexicons/Greek/grk.cgi?number=599&version=

"In Christ shall pas be made alive."

Be made Alive= Zoopoieo

Zoopoieo=


http://bible.crosswalk.com/Lexicons/Greek/grk.cgi?number=2227&version=

"But every/pas man in his own order"

1. Christ the firstfruits.

2. Afterward they that are Christ's at His coming.

3. The onward progression of our Lord's Intention In Stages

a. The delivering up of the kingdom to the Father.

b. The putting down of all/pas rule & the putting down of all/pas authority and power.

c. Christ must reign, till He has put all/pas enemies under his feet.

"But every man" = Hekastos

Hekastos=


http://bible.crosswalk.com/Lexicons/Greek/grk.cgi?number=1538&version=kjv

"Hekastos in his own order"

Order= Tagma=

http://bible.crosswalk.com/Lexicons/Greek/grk.cgi?number=5001&version=

"Christ the firstfruits"

Firstfruits= Aparche=

http://bible.crosswalk.com/Lexicons/Greek/grk.cgi?number=536&version=

"When He shall have delivered up"

Delivered up= Paradidomi=

http://bible.crosswalk.com/Lexicons/Greek/grk.cgi?number=3860&version=

"When He shall have put down"

Put down= Katargeo=

http://bible.crosswalk.com/Lexicons/Greek/grk.cgi?number=2673&version=

"For He must reign til He hath put"

Hath put= Tithemi=

http://bible.crosswalk.com/Lexicons/Greek/grk.cgi?number=5087&version=

"The last enemy that shall be destroyed"

Shall be destroyed= Katargeo

Katargeo=

To render idle, unemployed, inactivate, inoperative.

To cause a person or thing to have no further efficiency.

To deprive of force, influence, power.

To cause to cease, put an end to, do away with, annul, abolish.

To cease, to pass away, be done away.

http://bible.crosswalk.com/Lexicons/Greek/grk.cgi?number=2673&version=

"Katargeo is death"

Death= Thanatos=

http://bible.crosswalk.com/Lexicons/Greek/grk.cgi?number=2288&version=

"For He hath put pas under His feet"

Hath put= hupotasso

Under= hupotasso=


To arrange under, to subordinate.

To subject, put in subjection.

To subject one's self, obey.

To submit to one's control.

To yield to one's admonition or advice.

To obey, be subject.

A Greek military term meaning "to arrange [troop divisions] in a military fashion under the command of a leader". In non-military use, it was "a voluntary attitude of giving in, cooperating, assuming responsibility, and carrying a burden".

http://bible.crosswalk.com/Lexicons/Greek/grk.cgi?number=5293&version=

"And when pas shall be subdued unto Him"

Subdued= Hupotasso=

http://bible.crosswalk.com/Lexicons/Greek/grk.cgi?number=5293&version=

"Then shall the Son himself also be subject"

Be subject=hupotasso=

http://bible.crosswalk.com/Lexicons/Greek/grk.cgi?number=5293&version=

"Then shall the Son himself also be hupotasso unto Him that put"

"Unto Him that put"= hupotasso=

http://bible.crosswalk.com/Lexicons/Greek/grk.cgi?number=5293&version=

Then shall the Son himself hupotasso hupotasso pas hupotasso Him, that Theos may be pas in pas 
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In the Christian story God descends to reascend. He comes down;.... down to the very roots and sea-bed of the Nature He has created. But He goes down to come up again and bring the whole ruined world up with Him. -C.S. Lewis

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Re: 1 Corinthians 15:21-28
« Reply #1 on: November 26, 2007, 01:22:56 PM »
"And when He shall subdue all things under His feet..." 

Subdue= uJpotavssw =


To arrange under. To subordinate.

To subject, put in subjection.

To subject one's self. To obey.

To submit to one's control.

To yield to one's admonition or advice.

To obey/ be subject

A Greek military term meaning "to arrange [troop divisions] in a military fashion under the command of a leader". In non-military use, it was "a voluntary attitude of giving in, cooperating, assuming responsibility, and carrying a burden".

And when He shall cause everyone to yield to His admonition and advice....

And when He shall cause everyone to obey Him and be subject unto Him.....

And when everyone shall submit to His control.....

And when everyone shall subject themselves unto Him to obey Him.....

And when everyone shall be arranged under Him...

then shall the Son also uJpotavssw Himself unto Him that did uJpotavssw all things under Him, that God may be pas in pas.


De hotan pas uJpotavssw autos tote uJpotavssw huios kai autos uJpotavssw uJpotavssw pas uJpotavssw autos hina Theos o pas en pas. 
 


 
       



In the Christian story God descends to reascend. He comes down;.... down to the very roots and sea-bed of the Nature He has created. But He goes down to come up again and bring the whole ruined world up with Him. -C.S. Lewis

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Re: 1 Corinthians 15:21-28
« Reply #2 on: November 26, 2007, 01:25:47 PM »
Our Father's World Of Hupotasso & Hupotage

Hupotasso= To arrange under, to subordinate.

To subject, put in subjection.

To subject one's self, obey.

To submit to one's control.

To yield to one's admonition or advice.

To obey, be subject.

Hupotasso= hupo = under

+ tasso = to arrange; to arrange under.

Hupotasso is usually translated "be subject" or "submit." But "be subject" implies involuntary action, and "submit" does not include the idea of mutual persuasion, as in Eph.5.21.

Hupotasso never means mandatory submission by any being. For example, Jesus voluntarily gave up his existence in the form of God and his equality to God. He lived voluntarily in a human body sinlessly, becoming a sinless sacrifice for sinful humans (Phil. 2:6-8t). He voluntarily chose not to call upon thousands of angels to protect or rescue him from abuse and death by human hands (Matt.26.53).

Hupotasso is used in two primary senses in the New Testament

1) God arranging/ placing things under.

2) Humans voluntarily arranging or placing themselves under someone or something.

Hupotasso Rooted In Hupotage

Hupotage=

Hupo= under

+

Tage (noun form of tasso) = arrangement; an arrangement under.

A person's voluntary placement of himself under someone.


 
In the Christian story God descends to reascend. He comes down;.... down to the very roots and sea-bed of the Nature He has created. But He goes down to come up again and bring the whole ruined world up with Him. -C.S. Lewis

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Re: 1 Corinthians 15:21-28
« Reply #3 on: November 26, 2007, 01:30:42 PM »
Jonathan Mitchell New Testament

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21.  For since through a man [came] death, through a Man, also, [comes] resurrection of dead ones.

22.  For just as within Adam all keep on (everyone continues) dying, in the same way, also, within the Christ all (everyone) will be made alive

23.  – yet each person within his (her) own class or division (or: ordered rank; place or appointed position [in line]; arranged [time] or order of succession): Christ a Firstfruit, next after that, those belonging to the Christ (or: the ones who have their source and origin in Christ; those who are [a part] of the Christ) within the midst of His presence,

24.  thereafter, the goal (the finished work; the embodiment of maturity and perfection; the fulfillment; the result; the outcome; the end attained; the realization of the perfect discharge; or: the end; the closing act; the consummation), when He can proceed handing over (or: may progressively pass along and entrust; should by habit give over) the reign (or: kingdom) to God, even [the] Father (or: in [His] God and Father), at the time that He should bring down to idleness (make unemployed and ineffective; nullify; abolish; render useless and unproductive) every rulership of government (all headship and sovereignty), even all (or: every) authority and power!

25.  For it is binding (necessary) for Him to be continuously reigning (ruling as King) until which [time] (or: until where) He should (may) put (place) all the enemies under His feet.

26.  [The] last enemy being progressively brought down to idleness (made unemployed and ineffective; rendered useless and unproductive; nullified; abolished) [is] the Death.

27.  For, "He subjects (arranges in subordination, bringing under full control) all things under His feet."  Now whenever He may say that everything (all things) has been arranged in subjection and placed under full control, [it is] evident (clearly visible) that [it is] with the exception of and outside of the One subjecting the whole (arranging all things in subordination under) in Him (to Him; for Him).

28.  Now whenever the whole (all things) may be subjected in Him (to Him; for Him), then the Son Himself will also be subjected (placed and arranged under) in the One (to the One) subjecting the whole (all things) in Him (to Him), that God can be all things within the midst of and in union with all men (or, as a nuet.: may be everything in all things; or: should exist being All in all).

In the Christian story God descends to reascend. He comes down;.... down to the very roots and sea-bed of the Nature He has created. But He goes down to come up again and bring the whole ruined world up with Him. -C.S. Lewis

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Re: 1 Corinthians 15:21-28
« Reply #4 on: August 23, 2009, 07:27:46 PM »
The Mesage

"There is a nice symmetry in this: Death initially came by a man, and resurrection from death came by a man. Everybody dies in Adam; everybody comes alive in Christ. But we have to wait our turn: Christ is first, then those with him at his Coming, the grand consummation when, after crushing the opposition, he hands over his kingdom to God the Father. He won't let up until the last enemy is down—and the very last enemy is death! As the psalmist said, "He laid them low, one and all; he walked all over them." When Scripture says that "he walked all over them," it's obvious that he couldn't at the same time be walked on. When everything and everyone is finally under God's rule, the Son will step down, taking his place with everyone else, showing that God's rule is absolutely comprehensive—a perfect ending! "
In the Christian story God descends to reascend. He comes down;.... down to the very roots and sea-bed of the Nature He has created. But He goes down to come up again and bring the whole ruined world up with Him. -C.S. Lewis