Worthy of the Calling (12/10)

The first three chapters of Ephesians are primarily doctrinal as Paul describes his prayers for the Ephesians, but chapter 4 begins a more application-heavy section. The first concept addressed is a summary of how Christians are meant to live in relation to one...

Prayer-Induced Doxology (12/3)

In the final verses of Ephesians 3, Paul turns from prayer to praise, from petition to a study in glory. This occasions not only a study of what Paul declares to be true of God, but what prayer inspires in us. Join us this upcoming Lord’s Day as we examine this...

Reason for Prayer (11/5)

In Ephesians 3:14-16, Paul returns to describing the nature of his pastoral prayers for the Ephesian church, and here we see his plea for them to be strengthened with power through the Holy Spirit within them. Join us this upcoming Lord’s Day as we examine what...

Eternal Purpose (10/26)

The sovereignty of God is one of the most challenging and humbling doctrines of Christian theology, but it is absolutely essential. In Ephesians 3:11-13, Paul speaks of God’s eternal purpose in Christ. Join us this upcoming Lord’s Day as we examine the...

Unsearchable Riches (10/22)

In Ephesians 3:7-10, Paul tells the church of the grace given to him in spite of himself for the preaching of the Gospel that is the unsearchable riches of Christ. He even speaks of the way in which these truths were hidden from the heavenly powers and known only to...

The Gentile Mystery (10/15)

Ephesians 3:4-6¬†addresses one of the most controversial topics of the Scriptures, the relationship of the Jews to the Gentiles in Chris’ts church. What does Paul mean they are fellow heirs, members of the same body, and partakers of the promise? This is what...