Pleasing God, Making Disciples of Jesus Christ

Ephesians

Just As Christ Treats Us

EPHESIANS 4:31-32 – Let all bitterness and wrath and anger and clamor and slander be put away from you, along with all malice. Be kind to one another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, as God in Christ forgave you. THEME OF THE DAY. JUST AS CHRIST TREATS US. There are many ways we may evaluate ourselves as to our growth in becoming like…

The Immeasurable Greatness of His Power

This Lord’s Day morning, we continue our study of the Apostle Paul’s first prayer for the believers in Ephesus. In verse eighteen, he prays for believers “to have the eyes of their understanding open to know the immeasurable greatness of God’s power to those who believer.” We will look at this power and how it shapes our lives now and will be on display throughout eternity.

The Glorious Riches in Our Inheritance – Part 3

This Lord’s Day morning, we continue our study of the Apostle Paul’s first prayer for the believers in Ephesus. In verse eighteen, he prays for believers “to have the eyes of their understanding open to what are the riches of our inheritance in the Lord.” We will look at the second aspect of the Christian’s inheritance – the inheritance of heaven. .

The Glorious Riches in Our Inheritance – Part 2

This Lord’s Day morning, we continue our study of the Apostle Paul’s first prayer for the believers in Ephesus. In verse eighteen, he prays for believers “to have the eyes of their understanding open to what are the riches of our inheritance in the Lord.” We will look at the chief aspect of the Christian’s inheritance – the inheritance of God Himself.

The Glorious Riches in Our Inheritance – Part 1

This Lord’s Day morning, we continue our study of the Apostle Paul’s first prayer for the believers in Ephesus. In verse eighteen, he prays for believers “to have the eyes of their understanding open to what are the riches of our inheritance in the Lord.” We will look at what lies ahead for the believer in realizing what God has prepared for them that love; our inheritance of Himself and heaven.

Called to Hope: Living Confidently in a Hopeless World

This Lord’s Day morning, we continue our study of the Apostle Paul’s first prayer for the believers in Ephesus. In verse eighteen, he prays for believers “to have the eyes of their understanding open to know the hope of God’s calling.” We will look at what are the callings in our lives from God and how that fuels hope. And it is hope that empowers the Christians to live above life’s circumstances and display the power of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.