It's All Grace // Ephesians 1-3

"You don’t always get what you ask for". At least that is a popular idea that we often hear. In this inspiring series, we will dig into this saying...you don’t always get what you ask for...Sometimes you get more. And, it’s all grace.

Deeply Loved by God // Ephesians 3:14-21
12/15/13, Jeremy Self

Paul's prayer for the Ephesians is just as true today for us as it was for them: "You are deeply loved by God."

God's Eternal Purpose: The Church // Ephesians 3:7-13
12/8/13, Alex Alexander

The Church is the offspring of the marriage of Jew and Gentile. This new “supergroup of believers” centered on Christ was always God's plan, and that plan is now being revealed.

The Mystery of Change // Ephesians 3:1-6
12/1/13, Jeremy Self

A mystery is something unknown until revealed. The mystery Paul speaks of here is that Jews and Gentiles would be equal heirs. We are all "one" in the body of Christ.

A Call to Remembrance // Ephesians 2:11-22
11/24/13, Alex Alexander

Remembrance is a theme we often see repeated throughout scripture. The ability to remember is one of the great gifts God has provided for us because it helps to add meaning and purpose to our lives.

It's All God // Ephesians 2:1-10
11/17/13, Marcus Myer

The rich truth of these verses is that grace and faith are given by God; and that our good works don't bring about salvation but that since we have received salvation, the natural outcome is good works.

Prayer for the Saints // Ephesians 1:15-23
11/10/13, Alex Alexander

The issue of knowing what or how to pray is an issue for many believers. In the verses, Paul voices a model prayer to help us understand and grasp the spiritual blessings we have in Christ.

God's Plan for Praise // Ephesians 1:3-14
11/3/13, Jeremy Self

God's plan for praise includes giving each of us a new identity and a new family. You've been adopted by God and brought into His family as His son or daughter in Christ.

What's the Big Deal with Ephesians? // Ephesians 1:1-2
10/27/13, Alex Alexander

In this introductory message we answer the question as to why the book of Ephesians is worthy of our study. We also get exstensive background on the city of Ephesus, as well as, cover the first two verses of Paul's letter to this great church.