This Sunday: Ephesians 1:3-14…again

May 6th, 2014 | John Chandler


Last Sunday, we eased our way through Ephesians 1:3-14, which we learned was originally written as a single sentence densely packed with rich concepts of God’s movement toward humans. We took a broad approach of the passage overall, seeing it as a statement of blessing and praise to open Pauls’ letter.

This week, we’ll go back for another look. We’ll settle in a little more on the specific flow of what it is Paul has to say. What was it that he wanted to remind them of as he wrote these words, and how are they meaningful to us today?

Each Sunday, we gather at 10:30am at 7500 Woodrow Avenue (in the building of Liveoak Bible Church). Come and practice resurrection with us.