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Pages: 212

Publisher: Loizeaux

Publish Date: 1993

Edition: Unknown

Condition: New.

Binding: Hardback

Markings: N/A.


Exploring Ephesians

The letters of Paul to the Ephesians, the Colossians, the Philippians, and Philemon are known as the prison Epistles because they were written during his first captivity at Rome. Paul turned his imprisonment to good account, writing four of the greatest and most Christ-exalting books of the New Testament.
Colossians and Ephesians are complementary books; the subject of both is Christ and the church. In Colossians Christ is set forth as the head of the body (the church), and in Ephesians the church is set forth as the body of Christ (the head). The mystical relationship between the head and the body is so real that the church shares in Christ’s exalted position on high.
It is not surprising, therefore, that Ephesians introduces us to the most sublime themes that have ever occupied the human mind. In Ephesians we get the eagle’s view john Phillips traces the apostle’s thoughts as they soar above the confines of time and space beyond the mundane thoughts of ordinary men.
Paul enjoys the heights but in Ephesians he also shows the to victory in the daily life of the individual believer. As Dr. Phillips observes, both our blessings and our battles are in the heavenlies.