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Table Of Contents

Background / Overview
In Christ
Te Believer’s Blessings I
Te Believer’s Blessings II
Te Believer’s Blessings III
Enlightenment
Dead or Alive
Peace Mission
Secret Revealed
Take Your Wealth
Body Parts Working In Unity
Use Your Gifts
Remove the Dirty Clothes
Put On New, Clean Clothes
Imitate God
Light and Darkness
Heavenly Home
Battleground
God’s Armor
Endnotes
P. 1
Travel through Ephesians

Travel through Ephesians

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What does Paul mean when he says, “to walk (lead a life) worthy of the [divine] calling to which you have been called”? God says to the readers of Ephesians and to each of us, “Here, my child. This is your identity, your position; stand in your rights!”

Paul’s great letter to the church located in a city full of idols and paganism is quite appropriate for study in our day. It could be called Paul’s masterpiece because of its depth and vastness. Ephesians could be considered a theology course for every believer, or perhaps a treatise on the church. Paul desires every reader to mature in faith, love, character, and revelation. He celebrates in a basic theme of redemption by God and describes how the redeemed person should live. Paul’s revelation on many subjects is our Scripture and guide for life.

He expounds on:

• existence in Christ;
• the spiritual blessings of every believer;
• the role of The Holy Spirit in the Christian’s life;
• the transformation of grace;
• election, predestination and adoption of God’s children;
• redemption through Christ’s blood;
• family life; and
• spiritual warfare and God’s mighty armor.

I encourage you to make a journey with me through Ephesians. I believe it will change your life.

What does Paul mean when he says, “to walk (lead a life) worthy of the [divine] calling to which you have been called”? God says to the readers of Ephesians and to each of us, “Here, my child. This is your identity, your position; stand in your rights!”

Paul’s great letter to the church located in a city full of idols and paganism is quite appropriate for study in our day. It could be called Paul’s masterpiece because of its depth and vastness. Ephesians could be considered a theology course for every believer, or perhaps a treatise on the church. Paul desires every reader to mature in faith, love, character, and revelation. He celebrates in a basic theme of redemption by God and describes how the redeemed person should live. Paul’s revelation on many subjects is our Scripture and guide for life.

He expounds on:

• existence in Christ;
• the spiritual blessings of every believer;
• the role of The Holy Spirit in the Christian’s life;
• the transformation of grace;
• election, predestination and adoption of God’s children;
• redemption through Christ’s blood;
• family life; and
• spiritual warfare and God’s mighty armor.

I encourage you to make a journey with me through Ephesians. I believe it will change your life.

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