Ephesians

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  • Ephesians 6: 10-22 Essay

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    Several passages within the Bible deal with righteousness. A particular text that clearly elaborates on this particular theme is Ephesians 6:10-20. The book of Ephesians is noticeably different compared to the other Pauline letters. Differences include word use, length of text, and even tone of the author. However, this section of Ephesians focuses on the idea of having righteousness in God through difficult times where one’s faith might be tested. Additional analysis throughout this paper will

  • Ephesians

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    even our own lives. Yet God has promised Christians a life that goes far beyond our fears of inadequacy. In Ephesians, Paul wrote to the church at Ephesus: "Now to Him who is able to do far more abundantly beyond all that we ask or think, according to the power that works within us, 21 to Him be the glory in the church and in Christ Jesus to all generations forever and ever. Amen" (Ephesians 3:20-21). This phrase: "more abundantly beyond" (NASB) is translated various ways. Sometimes its translated

  • Canonicity Of Ephesians

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    At the outset of the letter of Ephesians it expresses that Paul was the creator. Despite the fact that the letter expresses this, it has been addressed if Paul was truly the creator. It is normal that Paul composed the letter close to the time he composed the letter to the Colossians, and most likely was still in prison. "The canonicity of Ephesians has never been in debate. Its title shows up among the titles in each known rundown since Marion's Instrument of A.D. 140"(Wood, 19). Right now the general

  • Patriarchy Of Ephesians

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    term “Head” is used in a marriage, such as, the husband is the head of the wife, it stimulates the perception of the husbands being the dominate force in the relationship, having authority, control, and power. However, Apostle Paul’s message to the Ephesians was to institute structure within a close and intimate union, or some form of social institution marking a commitment between individuals to live as a family, which is recognized as a blueprint of Christ’s love for the church. That being said, there

  • Ephesians 4

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    media and Bible apps. With the different styles of preaching the Gospel, how can we unite our generations to pursuit God’s purpose? As I elaborate on the theme, “Equipping Saints for Ministry in the New Millennium”, I will discuss Paul’s words in Ephesians 4 to illustrate

  • Ephesians 12

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    Ephesians 6:12 says, “For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places. Paul emphatically instructs his readers concerning spiritual warfare that Christians are involved in and his definition, at least to me, is a chilling reminder that we are engaged in a battle. The Bible contains numerous scriptures and accounts of spiritual warfare, too numerous for us to deny

  • Ephesians 3

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    persuasion, pressure, and practice. Persuasion from outside influences mainly NT Wright’s book. In my group one of the members was quickly persuaded by Wright i.e. “The gospel is news not advise.” As christians I think we aren't to be easily persuaded. Ephesians 4 preaches supports this point well. “And he gave the apostles, the prophets, the evangelists, the shepherds, and teachers, to equip the saints for the work of ministry, for building up the body of Christ, until we all attain to the unity of

  • Apostle Paul Use Of The Armor Of God

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    Hermeneutical Application by George Mburu, KE100653 Apostle Paul use of the Armor of God The author undertakes an application of biblical Hermeneutics in respect to the Apostle Paul’s address of the armor of God to the Ephesian Church. Actually, the author comes alive to the need of proper Hermeneutic skills for right application of the biblical Corpus. Indeed, the use of necessary tools has been encouraged for better application of the Scriptures. Towards the end of the essay, the author makes tentative

  • The Testament Of The Ephesians

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    Paul, who is the author of Ephesians, is writing to the church in Ephesus and possibly surrounding Asia minor cities. He wrote the book of Ephesians sometime between AD 60-62 when he was imprisoned in Rome (3:1, 4:1, 6:20). The letter was taken to Ephesus by Tychicus (vs 6:21-22). Paul knew that the Christians in Ephesus and the surrounding towns were growing and had heard about their faith so he addresses the Ephesians as a corporate body (Hultgren, 2015). At the time, Ephesus was a thriving

  • Immmorality In Ephesians

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    - Where are we in Ephesians? - Ephesians 4-5 is about walking worthy of the great truths that are our according to 1-3 o 4:1-16 = unity o 4:17-32 = Holiness o 5:1-2 = in love o 5:3-14 = in light  The light is to shine today on the area of sexuality • Both in attitude and in action 1. Sexuality v3 V3 “But sexual immorality and all impurity or covetousness must not even be named among you, as is proper among saints.” - Christians are to look at sex and sexuality different from the world - V3 deals

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