The Book of Ephesians
The Glorious Church and The Authority of the Believer
Glory. Authority. Unity. Mystery. These themes permeate Paul’s Letter to the Ephesians. In Ephesians, Paul details key principles concerning the believer’s redemption and resulting position and responsibility in the heavenlies. We also learn how we are to walk out in our lives the reality of who we are in Christ.
In Christ—as those who have been redeemed by His blood—we experience reconciliation that breaks the bonds of disunity. All who accept Him as Savior are brought together in unity. And we are reconciled with God himself.
One of the main practical themes in the Book of Ephesians is the authority of the believer. It is this theme that makes Ephesians so relevant today. Without understanding the authority which has been given to us as believers in Jesus, it is difficult or even impossible to accomplish God’s purpose for our lives, especially in the end of days.
As the Lord is restoring His glory to His people, it is absolutely necessary for us to understand how to walk in authority over the enemy as he attempts to stop God’s plan.
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