Literally “my Lord,” the plural form of Adon, that is, “Lord” or “Lordship.” The word occurs in the Masoretic text 315 times by the side of the Tetragram YHWH (310 times preceding and five times succeeding it) and 134 times without it. Originally an appellation of God, the word became a definite title, and when the Tetragram became too holy for utterance Adonai was substituted for it.
So, in short, missions begins with God, Father, Son, and Spirit. In Latin, “the order of salvation,” is called “Ordo Salutis.” It is the common theological doctrine that deals with the logical sequencing of the benefits of redemption as we are united to Christ which are applied to us by the Holy Spirit. We’re not here to discuss that. Instead, let’s consider “Ordo Absentis.” The Order of Mission
Using that “A” word (Adonai) as the foundation, or starting with Christ, put these 7 words in the order you think most biblical. Use the comment section below. Needless to say how you arrange them may be different from others. If you feel you need to explain your word order, feel free to do so.