If you are in Christ, what were you like before your salvation? What difference is there between someone who is in Christ and not? Paul writes about how God, in his great mercy and love, made us alive in Christ and gave us a new identity and purpose. Listen and be encouraged by the amazing work of God in believers’ lives.
What does it mean that Christ Jesus is and will rule and reign over all for all eternity? Listen in as we continue our study in the book of Ephesians. In this passage, Paul tells us that Christ is far above all rule and authority, power and dominion. What does this mean for our hope, our joy, our worship, and our mission? Listen and find out!
How does the Holy Spirit work in the life of a believer? What does his presence mean for a believer? Join us in Ephesians 1:13-14 and consider if there is evidence of the Spirit’s work in your life. Listen to this message and be encouraged by the grace and power of God in our salvation.
God has chosen his people for his own glory and praise. Paul praises God as he shows how the apostles and the first Jewish believers were God’s inheritance in Christ, and how all believers are called to worship God in spirit and truth. Listen in and be encouraged by the grace and purpose of God.
Do you know what it means to be redeemed by the blood of Christ? Do you know the mystery of God’s will that he has revealed in Christ? Listen in and consider the lavish grace of God upon us in Christ and how this changes everything for us.
What makes God worthy of praise? How has he blessed us in Christ with every spiritual blessing? How does his glorious grace transform our lives? Listen in as we look at Ephesians 1:3-6 and be encouraged by the riches of God’s grace in Christ.
God calls his people to repent from their sin and return to him with words of confession and a change of heart. And in this God shows his gracious and merciful character. Listen in to this message of hope and grace from God’s word.
What happens if we misidentify the source of our blessings? What if we attribute to ourselves or others the gifts of God? Listen in today and consider what God has to say to the people of Israel in the days of Hosea.