Verses nine through eleven of the forth chapter of Ephesians are three very challenging verses. They focus upon two subjects. First, what did Paul mean that Jesus descended and then ascended. Second, what is the fivefold ministry? If you haven’t subscribed to this weekly podcast then you can do it for free through iTunes, Google Play Music, Blubrry, Spotify, Stitcher and Tunein. So don’t miss a single lesson.
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Ephesians 4:4-8 are the verses we will concentrate on in this lesson. In verses 4-6 Paul states that there is only one body, one Spirit, one hope, one Lord and one faith. We will learn what Paul meant by these “one” statements. Then in verses 7-8 we will study the grace that is given to Christ’s disciples and what Paul is talking about when he speaks of Christ descending and ascending. This is a very interesting lesson.
In this lesson we will study the first three verses of Ephesians chapter four. At the heart of these verses is the call to live a life worthy of being a follower of Jesus. Verses two and three give some practical application to this very important message.
Love is the subject of this study on Ephesians 3:18-21. The profound truths Paul gave us in these verses when understood and applied to the life produce supernatural results. This is a soul-stirring message you don’t want to miss.
Our lesson today comes from Ephesians 3:17-18. In these two verses Paul teaches on how we need the divine power of the Holy Spirit to be rooted and established in God’s love. The Lord wants us to know how wide and long and high and deep is the love of Christ. This is an awesome portion of Scripture to study.
In Ephesians 3:16-17 we will study such topics as the glorious riches of Christ, the power of the Holy Spirit that’s made available to us and what it means for Christ to dwell in our hearts through faith. This encouraging message will boost you faith.
The great theme of Ephesians 3:12-15 is that all true followers of Jesus are given access to God’s throne through prayer. Faith is the means by which we can approach God and be pleasing to Him. It’s this same faith that takes children of the world that are separated from God to become adopted children of God. This message will stir your soul.
In verses 10-12 of the third chapter of Ephesians we will study the intent of God and what that means. Then move on to what God intends and to whom He intends and this may not be who you were expecting. This is an encouraging message.
This lesson focuses upon Eph.3:8-9. The first half of the message digs into what Paul wrote in verse eight on the unsearchable riches of Christ. This is a glorious topic. The second half of this lesson examines verse 9 that presents some wonderful truths that are very important in our day and age.
Ephesians 3:6-8 is about the mystery that it’s God’s will to save the lost and bring them together to form one spiritual body. The Lord revealed to Paul this mystery and called him to preach the unsearchable riches Christ.
In the first five verses of Ephesians chapter three Paul writes on his call to be an apostle to the Gentile world, or non-Jewish world. This is actually very radical. A Jew bent on persecuting Christians gets radically saved and the Lord sends him to reach a pagan world. This lesson is soul-stirring.
In this lesson we will finish studying the second chapter of Paul’s Epistle to the Ephesians. Two of the primary subjects we will examine in verses 20-22 are the historical roots of our faith and that all true followers of Jesus are interwoven with Christ and each other to make a spiritual house where the Spirit of God dwells. This message will encourage you.
Ephesians 2:14-19 is the focus of this lesson. Though there are a few different subjects addressed in these verses, an overarching one is that Jesus destroyed the dividing wall of hostility. You will have to listen to the podcast to learn what that means.
In this Christmas devotional we will look at Isaiah 9:6 and learn who was given and to whom He was given. Merry Christmas!!!
In this lesson from Eph. 2:13 we will study what Paul meant that we have been brought near through the blood of Christ. This is all about the atonement and the benefits that come to those who are true followers of Jesus.
Ephesians 2:10-12 is the focus of this lesson. Though a few different topics come out in this portion of Scripture there are two I want to mention. The first is that we are God’s workmanship that was created to do good works and the second is our great need to rightly remember what we were before coming to Christ. This lesson will be a real encouragement to you.
This lesson concentrates upon Eph. 2:8-9 where Paul teaches that we are saved by grace, through faith. This message is needful today in a church culture that propagates a message of cheap grace. This teaching will both challenge and encourage you.
In this lesson we will study Eph. 2:6-7. There are 6 points in these two verses that focus upon Jesus and some of the benefits we gain by entering into fellowship with Him. This is both a challenging and encouraging message, so don’t miss it.
Ephesians 2:4-5 are the focus of this lesson. We will begin with the second point in verse four that’s about God who is rich in mercy. Then in verse five we will examine what it means to be in Christ.
In this lesson we will study the first four verses of Ephesians chapter two. The powerful truths that this portion of Scripture presents is life changing when applied to life. The topics will range from being dead in sin, being alive in Christ and the work of Satan. This lesson will close looking at God’s great love.
Ephesians 1:20-23 are the verses we will study in this lesson. These focus upon the power of Christ’s resurrection and the absolute authority that He possesses as God.
Ephesians 1:19-20 are the verses we will study today. The two principle subjects we will examine are the riches of God glorious inheritance He gives to the saints and His incomparably great power for us who believe. This is a good lesson to help you through the week so don’t miss it.
We will concentrate on Ephesians 1:18 in this lesson and will study the subjects of hope and the inheritance Christians receive. This is a hope filled message that’s also very challenging.
The principle subject of Ephesians 1:18 that we will study in this lesson is hope. This is a message every true follower of Jesus needs to learn and all those who want to be one.
In Ephesians 1:15-17 we will learn some very important truths that are practical for everyday life as a follower of Jesus. Three important points that we will touch on in this lesson are faith, prayer and knowing Jesus in a more personal way. This is a soul-stirring teaching.