From John 15, Jesus speaking: “You do not choose me, but I choose you, and I place you . . . I choose you out of the world, therefore the world is hating you.”

From 1 Corinthians 1: “You are observing your calling, brothers, that not many are wise down flesh, not many are powerful, not many are well-born. But God chooses the world’s stupid, to shame the wise, and God chooses the world’s weak, to shame the strong, and God chooses the world’s ignoble, the scorned, the ones being nothing, that he may nullify the ones being something, which is how no flesh may be boasting in God’s sight.”

From Ephesians 1: “. . . he chooses us in him, before casting down of a world . . .”

From James 2: “Does not God choose the poor in the world, they to be rich in faith . . .?”

From Titus 1: “Paul, a slave of God, a commissioner of Jesus Christ, down faith of chosen ones of God . . .”

From Matthew 24: “. . . unless those days were lopped, no flesh at all would be saved. Yet because of the chosen ones, those days shall be lopped . . . they shall be gathering his chosen ones . . .”

From Mark 13: “. . . because of the chosen ones which he chooses, he lops the days . . . he shall be gathering his chosen ones . . .”

From 2 Timothy 2: “. . . I am enduring it all, because of the chosen ones, that they may be happening on the salvation in Christ Jesus . . .”

From Romans 8: “Who shall be indicting against chosen ones of God?”

From Luke 18: “. . . shall not God by all means be avenging his chosen ones . . .?”

From 1 Peter 2: “. . . the Master is kind, toward whom coming as toward a living stone, he indeed having been rejected by humans, yet chosen of God . . . a corner capstone, chosen . . . you, yet, are a chosen breed . . .”

From 1 Thessalonians 1: “. . . having perceived, brothers . . . God’s choice of you, it being that our good message did not come into you in word only, but also in power and holy spirit and much assurance . . .”

From Romans 11: “”I left to myself seven thousand men . . .” Thus, then, and in the season now, there has become a remnant down a choice of grace . . . not out of works, else the grace is not still grace . . . What Israel is seeking, then, this she did not happen on. Yet the choice happened on it. Yet the rest were calloused, down as it has been written, “God gives them a spirit of stupor, eyes to be observing not, and ears to be hearing not. . .””


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