Ephesians 2:1-2

How did God reach down, and make those of us who were dead in trespasses and sins alive in Christ?

Ephesians 1:17-23

Paul wrote a long sentence describing what we ought to add to our prayer lists: for the spirit of wisdom, revelation, wisdom, enlightenment, and that we may know the glorious inheritance which we have in Him.

Ephesians 1:12-17

That the Lord gives the Holy Spirit to indwell those who believe him and receive Jesus… and it serves as a guarantee, a seal, assuring us that God intends to keep us until the very end.

Ephesians 1:8-11

The purposes and designs of God's will is a mystery, but it is being made known in history. He sent His Son to be our Redeemer, and it is His will that we believe on Jesus and be saved.

Ephesians 1:7-9

The scope of the mercies and grace of God, who does not forgive us simply because he is a nice guy, but because the Son has paid the required legal ransom payment for our redemption.

Ephesians 1:5-6

How God saves, redeems, adopts, and keeps believers, making us "accepted in the Beloved."

Ephesians 1:3-4

The word "election" seems to cause consternation wherever it is preached, but McGee shows what the Bible says about the believer as "chosen before the foundation of the world."

Ephesians 1:2-4

The meanings of GRACE and PEACE, which are ours in Christ Jesus. But Grace must come before we can have the peace.

Ephesians 1:1-2

Some background information about the Ephesian church in ancient Asia Minor, and a discussion of Paul's authority; what constituted an apostle, and what it means to be a saint.

Ephesians Introduction

An introduction to the Apostle Paul's letter to the church at old Ephesus. He wrote from prison, awaiting his own trial at the hands of Nero, to encourage the Christians in their high exalted position as the chosen of God.

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