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9; i Cor. xii. 3; 2 Cor. iv. 5; Phil. ii. n). It is unlikely that the title was used in Jesus's lifetime; it came to be ascribed to Him as risen and ascended, being possibly suggested by His own appeal to Ps. ex. i (Mk. xii. ). Kurios (' Lord') was the customary LXXrendering of the divine name; the naturalness with which NT writers apply OT texts containing it to the exalted Jesus is thus proof of their recognition of His status. The addition of our underlies the special, personal bond between Christians and their Lord.
23; Heb. xiii. 20), who has established peace 'through the blood of Christ's cross' (Col. i. 20). See further TWNT II, 398-416. While Paul regularly omits the verb, the writer adds the distinctively Jewish prayer that these blessings may be multiplied. For OT examples, cf. Dan. iv. i; vi. 25: for NT and other early Christian ones, cf. 2 Pet. i. 2 (influenced by this verse); Jud. ; Ep. Polyc. praescr. 2. THANKSGIVING AND ASSURANCE OF SALVATION i. 3-12 (3) Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who in his great mercy has caused us to be born again to a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead, (4) to an inheritance which cannot be destroyed, polluted or made to decay, and which is preserved in heaven for you (5) who through God's power, as a result of your faith, are being kept safe for a salvation 45 THE FIRST EPISTLE OF PETER i.
A Commentary on the Epistles of Peter and Jude by J. N. D. Kelly