Description: Paul reveals a mystery that was made known to him that the Gentiles would hold the same status and be fused together with the Jews in a new people called the church. This was a hard message for the Jews to hear. This was a mystery that was not previously revealed to the OT Prophets and was far greater than the Proselyte structure that had existed in ancient Israel. In this new covenant, the Gentiles would be fellow-heirs, fellow members of the body, and fellow partakers of the promises found in Christ Jesus.
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