Which (ou). Genitive case by attraction from o (grammatical gender) to the case of pneumato agiou. We do not have grammatical gender (only natural) in English. Hence here we should say "whom," even if it does not go smoothly with execeen (he poured out, second aorist active indicative of ekcew). The reference is to the great Pentecost ( Acts 2:33 ) as foretold by Joel ( Joel 2:28 ). Richly (plousiw). Then and to each one in his own experience. See Romans 10:12 ; 1 Timothy 6:17 .