I was surprised to find that the expressions "in Christ," "in whom," and "in Him" occur more than 130 times in the New Testament. This is the heart of the Revelation of Redemption given to Paul.
Here is the secret of faith -- faith that conquers, faith that moves mountains. Here is the secret of the Spirit's guiding us into all reality. The heart craves intimacy with the Lord Jesus and with the Father. This craving can now be satisfied.
Ephesians 1:7: "In whom we have our redemption through his blood, the remission of our trespasses according to the riches of his grace." It is not a beggarly Redemption, but a real liberty in Christ that we have now. It is a Redemption by the God Who could say, "Let there be lights in the firmament of heaven," and cause the whole starry heavens to leap into being in a single instant. It is Omnipotence beyond human reason. This is where philosophy has never left a footprint.
Our Redemption is a miracle of His grace. It is according to "the riches of his grace." It is a present-tense work wrought "through His blood." It is lavish. It is abundant. Our Redemption is a perfect thing. When you know it, enter into it, and your heart grows accustomed to it, there will be ability in your life that you have never known.
Colossians 1 :13,14: "Who delivered us out of the authority of darkness and translated us into the kingdom of the son of his love; in whom we have our redemption, the remission of our sins." You are delivered out of the authority of Satan. You are free. It is in Him that you have your Redemption. You have been delivered out of Satan's dominion. You have been "translated into the kingdom of the son of his love." You are free from the dominion of Satan.
The hour will come when you will awaken to the fact that he cannot put disease upon you, that he cannot give you pain and anguish in your body.
The hour will come when you will know that want and poverty are things of the past as far as you are concerned.
You will shout amid the turbulence and fear of other men "The Lord is my shepherd. I do not want. He makes me to lie down in plenty, in fullness. I am satisfied with Him."
This Redemption is real. Satan is defeated, disease is outlawed, and want is banished.