Ephesians 4:7–16

When reading the Scriptures, attention to context is especially important. Context helps us to understand what is really being said to us in order to more clearly see the details of the big picture being … Read More

Ephesians 4:1–6

Verses 1–6 make clear the way that Paul expected the Ephesians to relate to one another. If Paul had begun the letter with this, the Ephesians might not have wanted to read the rest of … Read More

Ephesians 3:1–21

Verses 1–21 speak a lot about a mystery that was made known by God. The “mysteries” of God are evident in a number of passages in the Bible. Psalm 25:14 tells us “The mystery of … Read More

Ephesians 2:11–22

Paul is speaking here about remembering the grace of God in our lives and His great love that saved us even while we were still dead in sin. Paul is speaking here about the differences … Read More

Ephesians 2:1–10

In Chapter 1, Paul goes into detail about the Gospel and how God has forgiven us and how God has a purpose and a calling on our life. Paul speaks clearly to the Ephesians of … Read More

A Message About Evil

Everything began with the creation of the world. God has literally created EVERYthing, including evil. God makes this clear in Isaiah 45:7, where He tells us: “[I] make light and create darkness, make peace and … Read More

Ephesians 1:15-23

In the beginning of this passage, we can see that Paul heard a good report concerning the Ephesians, their faith in the Lord Yeshua, and the love that the Ephesian believers shared for one another. … Read More

Ephesians 1:8–14

When the Good News first went out among the gentiles, almost instantaneously, Jewish believers began to debate the Jewishness of faith in Yeshua. Many claimed that the gentiles were not beneficiaries of the promises of … Read More

Q & A with the Youth (November, 2018)

The Will of God is revealed throughout the Scriptures. The Word of God contains the Will of God and a few verses even speak explicitly about the Will of God for our life. He predestined … Read More

Ephesians 1:1–7

Verse 3 begins with the proclamation: “Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Messiah Yeshua…”. Here we get a very Jewish perspective: Paul, having been raised as a Pharisee (very much like the … Read More