The Prayers of Ephesians The Prayers of Ephesians

The Prayers of Ephesians

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There are two longer prayers recorded in the Epistle to the Ephesians, plus a short concluding prayer. They are not merely human compositions, but rather “the Divine breathings and groanings of the Holy Spirit” says the author. As such they are inexhaustible in their fullness and depth.

 

Many of us struggle with prayer. This is because we know neither the height of the Father's power and love, nor the depth of our own need. So here we are prayed for.

 

The two longer prayers are recorded in Ephesians 1:15-23, and 3:14-2l. While these two prayers are in every way different and distinct, and are full of contrast, yet there is one subject that is common to both: namely Christ Jesus, our Saviour, Head and Lord.

 

In the former prayer the subject is Christ, and what God has made Him to be unto His people. In the latter prayer it is Christ, and what God has made us to be in Him. In the former it is - we in Christ. In the latter it is - Christ in us. In the former it is God's power which He wrought in Christ: in the latter it is the Father's power that works in us.

 

All Christians, of whatever persuasion, will be greatly blessed by reading this publication and by meditating upon The Prayers of Ephesians. This is Bullinger at his best. A wonderful exposition.

GENRE
Religion & Spirituality
RELEASED
2013
February 19
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
68
Pages
PUBLISHER
The Open Bible Trust
SELLER
Open Bible Trust
SIZE
974.7
KB

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