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With the Master
In Heavenly Places

Passage: Ephesians 1:1-2
As we begin this rich epistle of our riches in Christ we will consider three facts about the writer, the receivers and the greeting.


The Believer's Blessing in Christ, Part 1

Passage: Ephesians 1:3-9
These verses contain one of the longest sentences in the word of God, 202 words to be exact. But oh how rich they are filled with the blessings we have in Christ.


The Believer's Blessing in Christ, Part 2

Passage: Ephesians 1:10-14
We continue our study with looking at our blessings in Christ as Paul writes them in one long sentence of 202 words.


Paul's Prayer for the Church of Ephesus

Passage: Ephesians 1:15-23
Paul was a man of prayer evidenced by all the prayers we have recorded in Scripture. Here we have his prayer for the church at Ephesus. We will look at his prayers along with his praises for this church.


From Death to Life

Passage: Ephesians 2:1-10
In this lesson we will consider our life before Christ along with our life after Christ. There are five amazing contrasts that should humble each one of us.


From Hopeless to Hopeful

Passage: Ephesians 2:11-18
Paul is still reflecting on their life before Christ and specifically the Gentiles life before Christ. We will see their hopeless state before Christ along with their hopeful state after conversion.


Citizens of the Household of God

Passage: Ephesians 2:19-22
As citizens of the heavenly kingdom, we should be humbled at what we receive. We not only receive a heritage and a house, but our Head who is Christ along with a new heart. What a deal!


Passage: Ephesians 3:1-11
Too often believers forget we are called to serve and surrender our lives. We will consider how God accomplishes His purposes by a prisoner, a table waiter, and a chief sinner.


Paul's Second Prayer to the Church of Ephesus

Passage: Ephesians 3:12-21
As we consider Paul’s second prayer for the church of Ephesus we will consider the privilege of prayer, the posture of prayer, the petitions of prayer and the praise of prayer.


The Believer's Conduct in Light of Their Calling

Passage: Ephesians 4:1-6
Those who have been called by God have been called to be holy. In this lesson we will consider the request to walk worthy, the right way to walk worthy, and the reason to walk worthy.


Passage: Ephesians 4:7-16
In this lesson we will consider the purpose of the church and how it should function. We each have a role in serving and Paul will address this along with giving motivations for our service.


Off with the Old Man, On with the New Man

Passage: Ephesians 4:17-24
As children of the King there are certain things we are to put off and put on. We will look at five things we need to put off along with five things we need to put on.


The Needs for God's Children to Put Off "Socially Accepted" Sins

Passage: Ephesians 4:25-29
Unfortunately the church today is accepting sins which our Lord does not. We will consider three sins that are not socially acceptable to God and three virtues that are acceptable to God.


Are You Grieving the Spirit or Walking by the Spirit?

Passage: Ephesians 4:30-32
A citizen of the heavenly kingdom is indwelt by the Spirit of God. We often grieve Him by our behavior. We are going to consider the command to not grieve the Spirit, the sins that grieve the Spirit and the signs that we are walking in the Spirit.


Imitators of God or Partakers of Sin?

Passage: Ephesians 5:1-7
Paul makes it clear in this lesson that we are to be imitators of Christ. We will see the call to imitate Him along with the call to not involved ourselves in sin or those who practice sin.


How to Walk as Children of Light

Passage: Ephesians 5:8-14
How does one walk as a child of Light? Paul will give us four ways in this lesson. These are practical tips that will aid all of God’s children.


The Wise Man in Contrast with the Foolish Man

Passage: Ephesians 5:15-20
Paul commands his readers to not walk as fools but as wise. He will give five contrasts of the foolish man and the wise man. Which one are you?


What Does a Spirit-Filled Marriage Look Like?

Passage: Ephesians 5:21-33
It goes without saying marriages are in trouble. But for the believer who walks in the Spirit, marriage should not be trouble. Paul will write regarding the role of the wife and the husband as he writes regarding what a Spirit-filled marriage looks like.


Parenting God's Way

Passage: Ephesians 6:1-4
Most believers in our age would admit that the family is in trouble. Divorce rates are soaring, single parents are multiplying, we are entertaining ourselves and our kids to death. It is a rare thing to see a family that lives out what God has set forth for them in His Word. We will consider in this lesson the parent’s responsibility as well as the children’s responsibility.


Employed by the Heavenly Master

Passage: Ephesians 6:5-9
Most of us would agree that we live in a society that is driven by greed and laziness and we want to do minimal work for a lot of money, and many don’t’ want to live within the means that God has provided. The apostle Paul through the Holy Spirit has much to say about work as we cover this most important topic of being employed by our Heavenly Master.


Prepared for Spiritual Battle

Passage: Ephesians 6:10-17
This lesson is essential in our study of Ephesians as Paul reminds the believers at Ephesus that they are in a battle. Their enemy is not an intruder that might break into their homes, but an enemy that is unseen and always prowling around to steal, kill and destroy them. We will consider: The Warriors’ Source of Power, The Warrior’s Enemies and The Warrior’s Armor.


A Final Prayer, a Faithful Friend, and Farewell Words from the Apostle Paul

Passage: Ephesians 6:18-24
We have now come to the end of one of Paul’s prison epistles, the epistle to the Ephesians. We will consider what’s on his mind as we consider Paul’s final prayer, a faithful friend, and some farewell words.

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