I have all things (apecw panta). As a receipt in full in appreciation of their kindness. Apecw is common in the papyri and the ostraca for "receipt in full" (Deissmann, Bible Studies, p. 110). See Matthew 6:2Matthew 6:5Matthew 6:16 . I am filled (peplhrwmai). Perfect passive indicative of plhrow. "Classical Greek would hardly use the word in this personal sense" (Kennedy). An odour of a sweet smell (osmhn euwdia). Osmh, old word from ozw, to smell. Euwdia, old word from eu and ozw. In Ephesians 5:2 both words come together as here and in 2 Corinthians 2:15 we have euwdia (only other N.T. example) and in verse 2 Corinthians 2:16osmh twice. Euwdia here is genitive of quality. Sacrifice (qusian). Not the act, but the offering as in Romans 12:1 . Well-pleasing (euareston). As in Romans 12:1 .