Paul wrote the book of Ephesians from a Roman prison. He was there because he was God’s servant. Yet Paul was not filled with sorrow or venom. In fact some of the most joyful and Christ-exalting lines of the Bible flowed from those “dark” days of Paul’s life. The worst of times only shatter us if we allow them that power. How does one keep walking in victory when it’s hard and they’re hurting? We find answers here in this epistle to the believers at Ephesus.
This Reading Companion was developed in a Bible college context, yet it presents practical truths that have proven helpful over the years to scores of sincere seekers of truth. The material has been left in the original class by class segments in order to facilitate further use in a classroom, Bible study, or Sunday school setting.
May the Lord of glory guide your heart as you explore the wonders of His Word. Priceless are the treasures to be found there. May He build your good understanding of practical Christian living as He lifts you to spiritual maturity in Jesus.
“Get wisdom, get understanding: forget it not; neither decline from the words of My mouth” (Proverbs 4:5)