|2 Corinthians 4:14|
14 Knowing that he who raised up the Lord Jesus, shall raise us up also by Jesus, and shall present us with you [in his presence].
11 In whom you are circumcised with the circumcision made without hands, in putting off the body of the sins of the flesh by the circumcision performed by Christ.,2 [Christ is the anointing, which teaches you all things and which circumcises your heart, cutting off the foreskin of sin and selfishness to become an inward Jew, inwardly circumcised.]
12 To be buried with him in baptism, in which also you rise with him through faith of the operation of God, who has raised him from the dead.3 [Like the resurrection of Lazarus, after you undergo the baptism of death, the Lord calls you by name to "come forth." From the Word of the Lord within: "Christ is actually resurrected in every person that comes to Him and obeys Him repetitively. You have not experienced grace until you have been raised with Him. You are raised to a new life, not just an imitation; He is one with us and ever-present. With persistent and faithful obedience, you too will be raised."]
1 If you would be risen with Christ, seek those things that are above, where Christ sits on the right hand of God.1 [From the Word of the Lord within: "Christ is actually resurrected in every person that comes to Him and obeys Him repetitively. With persistent and faithful obedience, you too will be raised. You have not experienced grace until you have been raised with Him." This verse is universally translated as "you have been risen," (past tense), because the verse is in the Aorist prophetic tense, (explained in Colossians 1:1), a prophetic tense of verbs used to describe a certain future event as having already occurred, which events are typically translated in other languages to a simple past tense.
|Ephesians 2:6 |
6 And has raised us up together [with Christ], and made us sit together in heavenly places in Christ Jesus.3 [This is to have experienced being translated into the kingdom of heaven, where you are with Christ in sight and consciousness. From the Word of the Lord within: "I work with the blind; but if you think you can see, and you are not with me in heaven, I will make you a laughingstock."]