C. The History of Resurrection
20 1But now Christ has been araised from the dead, the 2bfirstfruits of those who have fallen asleep.
21 For since through 1aman came death, through 2bman also came the cresurrection of the dead.
22 For just as in aAdam all 1die, so also in bChrist all will be 2cmade alive.
23 But each one in his own order: the 1afirstfruits, Christ; then 2bthose who are Christ's at His ccoming;
24 Then the 1end, 2when He 3delivers up the akingdom to His God and Father, 2once He has abolished all brule and all authority and power.
25 For He must 1areign until God bputs all His enemies under His feet.
26 aDeath, the last enemy, is 1being abolished.
27 For 1He has asubjected all things under 2His feet. But when 1He says that all things are subjected, it is evident that all things are except 1Him who has subjected all things to 2Him.
28 And when all things have been asubjected to 1Him, then the 2Son Himself also will be subjected to 3Him who has subjected all things to 1Him, that bGod may be 4call in all.