We walk through the book of Ephesians and watch the Armour of God come alive.
for those who wanted Kay’s notes, here you go (eek!) & good luck deciphering :)
Candy openly, honestly and wisely walks us through this often challenging chapter on submission.
Praying that the Lord will continue to teach us more and more about His Truth and mystery as it relates to surrendered obedience – by Him, Him and in Him.
Moving into Chapter three, Paul shares more about his ministry to the Gentiles while pointing to God’s power, provision and precision as it relates to fulfillment of His plan for us to be able to come to him with confidence and freedom. Here’s the link to our chat:
Such a terrific discussion this week about what we were without Christ (vv 11-12), what God has done through Christ (vv 13-18) and what God is doing in us through Christ (vv 19-22) all anchored in God’s mercy manifested in the grace and peace provided through Christ’s sacrifice so that we may live – free and abundantly. Here’s the link:
This week we continued our look into Paul’s beautiful letter to the church in Ephesus – the amazing truth found in vv 4-5 “But God, being rich in mercy, because of the great love with which he loved us, even when we were dead in our trespasses, made us alive together with Christ…” What role do faith and trust and mercy and works play? Here’s our chat:
We try to record the lessons each week, but in order to record, you have to hit the Record button on the phone. Your teacher neglected to do that last week so you are getting some notes from the lesson. Thank you to each of you for the great contribution, discussion and encouragement! It was great.
What a pleasure getting to contemplate the book of Ephesians together! We could have (and almost did!) spent the entire morning on Paul’s greeting: “Grace and peace to you from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ.” Grace – (the cornerstone of Christ’s ministry, mediation, gift, redemption, love and so much more) coupled with resulting Peace (Shalom – which we know after studying God’s names this summer – means wholeness and completeness) speak volumes into our day Today and every day.
As is often the case around here, we didn’t make it through all the questions. But we certainly enjoyed a lively and encouraging conversation that kept taking us back to the God, his provision, his leading, his redemption, his power – even to help us believe – and more. But rather than cover it all now, here’s a link to our chat:
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