Video source missing

A Deeper Recognition of Christ

The genitive case in New Testament grammar is an important tool for understanding the relationship between Christ and his followers. It is used to express the idea of Lordship, with Christ as the Lord and the believer as the subject. It is also used to convey the idea of unity and dependence, with the believer relying on Christ for his or her spiritual well-being. By understanding the genitive case in this context, we can gain a deeper understanding of our relationship with the Lord and be better equipped to grow in our faith.

Listen as Kevin Guigou does an overview of the genitive case in New Testament grammar with an emphasis on “of Christ” occurrences. We’ll see how noticing that brings us into a deeper relationship with our Lord Jesus Christ.


Leave a Comment