The Epistle to the Ephesians, also called the Letter to the Ephesians and often
shortened to Ephesians, is the tenth book of the New Testament. Its authorship ...
These are the undergirding words of the gospel and if we do not understand what
the New Testament means by this expression “in Christ,” we will never be able ...
It has been called "the crown of St. Paul's writings," "the Queen of the Epistles,"
and the "greatest and most relevant of his works." W. O. Carver said, "Ephesians
Enjoy the Book of Ephesians and start living in the heavenly places. ... been
called “Queen of the Epistles;” “the Holy of Holies of the New Testament;”<sup>1</sup> and “
There are seven biblical reasons which indicate why the General Epistles must
precede those of Paul in the order of the New Testament books. ... from the text,
the whole epistle could easily have been called a simple Jewish exposition .....
emperor, Queen Esther, the emperor's wife, managed to prevent this from
We come now to our very final study of this tremendous epistle of Paul to the
Ephesians, what many scholars call the queen of the epistles, the ... He is called
the roaring lion who is seeking to devour God's people in 1 Peter 5:8. ... That is
why the key word in the New Testament for the word "church" is made up of two
Ephesians has been called "the Queen of the Epistles," "the quintessence of ... In
his letter to the Ephesians, Paul also saw the new man and a new society, but he
..... "In the New Testament sense a mystery is something which is hidden to the ...
The New Testament contains more truth in less space than any other book in .....
Ephesians is often called the “queen of the epistles,” the finest of Paul's writings.
... book has been called “The Queen of Epistles,” “The Crown of Paul's Writings,”
and the ... testament” of Jesus Christ to those whom He calls His own. Before we
.... John Stott mentions four points explored in this book: “The new life which God
The Book of Ephesians ello! Welcome to Ephesians! It has been called “The
Queen of the. Epistles,” and “The Alps of the New Testament.” But around here,