Often, at the end of the letter, the New Testament writer includes some personal remarks. Through these endings, we learn more about the authors, recipients and other people somehow related to the first two groups. At the end of Ephesians, we discover great truths of the relationship between Paul, the Ephesian believers and Tychicus. They […]
When soldiers are on the battle field, they at once leave all the things that entangle and disturb them from combat. More than that, they prepare themselves by putting on armor to protect themselves and attack the enemy. Why? Because combat is a matter of life or death. The spiritual battle in many ways mirrors […]
It is always fascinating to see how young people leave childhood and become adults. This process does not happen overnight, but nevertheless it is visible. God has given guidelines for this process, and we can see it through the instructions given to children and to parents. The topic of maturity and growing up is especially […]
Often this passage is preached with the purpose of revealing the role of the husband and wife in the marriage. This time we will look at the glorious example of the relationship between Christ and the Church, and learn from it how we should view and relate to the church. Christ loves and cares for […]
Ephesians 5:15-21 We find ourselves, especially people our young age, immersed in a culture of entertainment. We are bombarded from many angles in our surroundings with pressure to live lives of adventure, fun and excitement. But when our lives fail to reflect this expectation, not only do we feel more pressure from the people in […]
Eph. 5:7-14 The presence of light in this world helps us function and accomplish much. Take away the light, and many things will become impossible to do! It is always encouraging to see the same principle expressed in the lives of believers, when they walk in the light, living victorious lives, serving others, and evangelizing. […]
Our studying of Ephesians 4 brings us to a very important question: how being a part of the local church can become a blessing for a believer? Apostle Paul brings 4 remarkable aspects of the local church that every believer partakes in. We trust that this passage will become a great encouragement for those who don’t […]
Christ has given every believer a special gift. It is our responsibility to recognize the gift and utilize it for His glory. Ephesians 4:7-10 helps us to understand this truth in more detail. Our gift is not the ultimate goal, but just a means to build up Christ’s Kingdom. Soli Deo Gloria.