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The Epistle to the Ephesians is one of Paul's epistles


The Epistle to the Ephesians, usually referred to as Ephesians is the tenth book of the New Testament in the Bible. It is an epistle or letter from Paul [1] to Christians in the city of Ephesus, located on the Aegean coast of present-day Turkey near the city of Izmir (Smyrna). It covers many key aspects of the Christian faith, both in terms of beliefs and of holy living.

Outline

I. Introduction 1:1--2

A. Greeting 1:1--2

II. The blessings of the Gospel 1:3--2:10

A. Blessings in Christ 1:3-14
B. Paul's prayer 1:15-23
C. The mystery of the Gospel revealed 2:1--2:10

III The status of the Gentiles 2:11--3:21

A. Gentiles reconciled through Christ 2:1--22
B. Paul's ministry 3:1-21

IV. The Christian Life 4:1--6:18

A. Unity in Christ 4:1--16
B. Way of life in Christ 4:17--5:21
C. Sumbission to one another 5:22--6:9
D. Spiritual warfare 6:10--18

V. Conclusion 6:19--24

A. Personal details 6:19-22
B. Benediction 6:23--24

Verses

  1. Eph 1:1 (Link)
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