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A Study on the Epistle to the Ephesians by Jesse C Jones - FINAL

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It was while Paul was at Corinth where he spent the winter of A.D. 58 on his third missionary journey, that he wrote the Epistle to the Ephesians. Chapters in this book include an introduction followed by: God Chose Us Before the Foundation of the World, What We Were By Nature, and What We Are By Grace, The Gentiles Are Included In Christ, The Mystery of Paradise, Love is the Principle Thing in Your Life and in Your Marriage and, The War Christians Face and the Armor God Provides. You can see more of Jesse C Jones work here: http://jessecjones.wordpress.com
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     Introduction  A Study on the Epistle to the Ephesians1 Chapter 1 God Chose Us Before the Foundation of the World3 Chapter 2 What We Were By Nature, and What We Are By Grace8 Chapter 3 The Gentiles Are Included In Christ14 Chapter 4 The Mystery of Paradise16 Chapter 5 Love is the Principle Thing in Your Life and in Your Marriage29 Chapter 6 The War Christians Face and the Armor God Provides 36  APPENDIX Links to Other Books Available39   Table of Contents  Introduction  A Study on the Epistle to the Ephesians From the John A. Dickson New Analytical Bible It was while Paul was at Corinth where he spent the winter of A.D. 58 on his third missionary journey, that he wrote the Epistle to the Ephesians. As far as we know the Epistle to the Romans was the last epistle written during the missionary journeys. At Corinth he was joined by Luke.Our book of Acts traces Paul’s movements from Corinth to Jerusalem  where his enemies had him arrested on a false charge, and his escape to Caesarea, where he was held prisoner for two years. There he exercised his rights as a Roman citizen and appealed to Caesar. That brought him to Rome,  where he was held prisoner under a Roman guard for two years !  62 63 A.D  #  in his own house. Luke tells us that he spent his time preaching the kingdom of God. During this period the apostle wrote four of his epistles Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, and Philemon. At the close of his second journey Paul spent a brief time at Ephesus, but his second visit !  on his third journey   #  extended over two years. When Demetrius !  a silversmith in Ephesus  #  instigated an uproar because of his A Study on the Epistle to the Ephesians by Jesse C. Jones (available on scribd) 1  financial losses through the preaching of Paul, he was compelled to leave the city.It is believed that this epistle was not written exclusively for the church at Ephesus. It has been suggested that it was intended as a circular letter for the churches of the provinces of Asia. A Study on the Epistle to the Ephesians by Jesse C. Jones (available on scribd) 2
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