Facts about the book of ephesians
Live Abundantly: A Study in the Book of Ephesians by Lenya HeitzigTwenty minutes a day to discover the abundance of God’s riches In Live Abundantly, Bible teachers Lenya Heitzig and Penny Pierce Rose challenge you to dig deep into the book of Ephesians to find the spiritual treasure God has for you. Covering topics such as living in God’s will and receiving peace no matter the circumstances, the book of Ephesians reveals the magnitude of every Christian’s inheritance, a gift “exceedingly abundantly above” what you could ever ask for. Unearth the greatest treasure of life in this rich study. Each day’s lesson is structured in five parts: Lift up (prayer), Look at (God’s Word), Learn about (new insights), Live out (application), Listen to (quotes from other believers).
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Facts Found in the Book of Ephesians
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The letter to the Ephesians was written by the Apostle Paul from a Roman prison. Along with Philippians, Colossians, and Philemon it is one of four letters in the New Testament known as the prison epistles. Most likely, Paul wrote the letter around A. There is good reason to believe that Ephesians was not written exclusively to the church in Ephesus. Instead, it was a circular letter carried by Tychicus and read at each stop throughout Asia Minor modern Turkey until finally arriving at the capital city of Ephesus. The city of Ephesus was a large, bustling, commercial center on the Aegean coast of Asia Minor. Originally a Greek colony, the city rose to worldwide prominence as a center for international trade, largely due to its fine, natural harbor.
While I was a student in college, I took a class in economics. The professor was a gracious and dignified scholar. He seldom laughed, but on one occasion, I managed to evoke a genuine laugh. In this lesson, we will commence our study of the Book of Ephesians. We will begin by briefly noting the author and recipients of the epistle.