“Which is his body, the fullness of him [i.e., Christ] who fills all in all.” Ephesians 1:23
So Christ fills all in all. Or as the present tense and the middle voice imply: Christ is now filling for himself all in all.
I take this to mean that Christ is filling every sphere of existence everywhere in the universe in all the ways he pleases. The best guide for what this means that “Christ fills all in all” is found here in the immediate context of verses 20–22 and in 4:8–10. Look at that text first.
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