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Ephesians

Author: Bryan Chapell
Publisher: Phillipsburg, N.J. : P & R Pub., ©2009.
Series: Reformed expository commentary.
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The Apostle Paul wrote the little house churches of the ancient metropolis of Ephesus this amazing truth: through such as you the purposes of Christ will fill the world; he is transforming all things for you and through you. Now Dr. Bryan Chapell, noted preacher and teacher of preaching, unfolds Paul's glorious description of how this triumph of the church will occur and what our roles are in Christ's ultimate  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Commentaries
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bryan Chapell
ISBN: 9781596380165 1596380160
OCLC Number: 319691024
Description: xvi, 383 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction: Author, setting, and themes --
Our calling (1:1-2) --
The Father's purpose (1:3-6) --
The Son's mission (1:7-10) --
The Spirit's assurance (1:11-14) --
The church triumphant (1:15-23) --
The gift of God (2:1-10) --
Identity found (2:11-13) --
Breaking down barriers (2:14-18) --
Built tough, built together (2:19-22) --
Counterfeit callings exposed (3:1-13) --
The prevailing power of a supreme love (3:14-19) --
He is able (3:20-21) --
Owner's manual for the church (4:1-16) --
The life of lizards and stallions (4:17-24) --
Witness of grace (4:25-32) --
The smell of Jesus (5:1-7) --
The light bearers (5:8-21) --
The sacrificial head (5:21-33) --
The submissive wife (5:22-33) --
The Godly household (6:1-9) --
The armor of faith (6:10-24).
Series Title: Reformed expository commentary.
Responsibility: Bryan Chapell.

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The Apostle Paul wrote the little house churches of the ancient metropolis of Ephesus this amazing truth: through such as you the purposes of Christ will fill the world; he is transforming all things for you and through you. Now Dr. Bryan Chapell, noted preacher and teacher of preaching, unfolds Paul's glorious description of how this triumph of the church will occur and what our roles are in Christ's ultimate victory. This REC Commentary on Ephesians is intended to be a true homiletical commentary, serving the pulpit needs of pastors. Indepth exegetical analysis is provided in a sermon format, providing outlines, pastoral explanation, illustrations, and applications for each passage. In addition, the material is presented with a Christ-centered approach that identifies the principles of grace in each passage that motivate and enable its application. - Publisher.

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