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Ephesians

The Gift of Leadership (4:7-13)

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In his inspired letter to the followers of Christ at Ephesus, the Apostle Paul instructed them to be, “eager to keep the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace.” (Ephesians 4:3) But how can people of different ethnic, cultural, social, economic and educational backgrounds truly be unified?

Living A Life Worthy Of Our Calling (4:1-7)

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In the first 3 chapters of his inspired letter to the followers of Christ at Ephesus, the Apostle Paul writes about what God has done for those who believe in Christ, and the blessings that are theirs as a result of following Him. But following Christ means far more than merely assenting to certain theological propositions. Our religion means nothing if it doesn’t affect the way we live. True belief in Christ will always produce action.

Paul’s Second Prayer For The Ephesians (3:14-21)

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In the first part of his inspired letter to the Christians at Ephesus, the Apostle Paul reminds them of what God has done for them through Jesus Christ. In Christ they have been granted spiritual life, forgiveness of sins, hope, membership in God’s household and peace with God and with each other.

A Servant of the Gospel (3:7-13)

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In chapter 3 of his inspired letter to the followers of Christ at Ephesus, the Apostle Paul writes that God’s mystery had been revealed to him. This mystery is that by accepting Jesus Christ, non-Jewish people can share in the promises which God gave the Jewish people. Paul calls this message the ‘Good News.’

The Mystery of Christ (3:1-6)

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In his inspired letter to the followers of Christ at Ephesus, the Apostle Paul writes that God has granted the non-Jewish peoples equal status with the Jews through Jesus Christ.

God’s Household (2:19-22)

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In verses 14 and 15 of chapter 2 of his inspired letter to the followers of Christ at Ephesus, the apostle Paul called the Mosaic Law a “middle wall of partition” (NIV, “dividing wall of hostility”). The Law divided non-Jewish peoples from the Jews and was a cause of enmity between them. It was also a barrier which stood between the non-Jewish peoples and God.

Christ, Our Peace (2:14-18)

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Our world is torn by conflict and strife. Wherever one looks countries are at war with one another. People of different religions are at one another’s throats. Uncounted lives are lost because of racial and tribal hatreds. There is conflict between the poor and rich. The cycle of hatred and violence has been going on for thousands of years. The prophet Jeremiah referring to the situation of his day wrote, “We looked for peace, but no good came; and for a time of healing, and behold, dismay!” (Jeremiah 8:15)

Separate From God (2:11-13)

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Who likes to think of the pain and trouble one has experienced in the past? But remembering the troubles of the past helps us to appreciate the blessings we now enjoy. In order for the follower of Christ to truly appreciate how God has blessed him, it is necessary for him to remember his condition before knowing Christ.

The Basis of Salvation (2:4-10)

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In the first 3 verses of chapter 2 of his inspired letter to the Ephesian Christians, Paul states that we all die spiritually because of our sin. Our sin makes us the natural objects of God’s wrath. But God was not content to leave us in a dead state.

Dead In Sin, Alive In Christ (2:1-5)

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The Apostle Paul concluded the first chapter of his inspired letter to the Ephesians by expressing how mighty and exalted Jesus Christ is. God has placed everything and everyone under His authority. But while Christ is exalted above everyone, what is the status of the people to whom Paul is writing?