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January Bible Study 2023: Ephesians - Personal Study Guide eBook

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Who We Are in Christ

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Overview

Ephesians Personal Study Guide eBook includes electronic content for eight sessions, applicable Scripture, and learning activities.

The letter to the Ephesians is filled with theological wisdom and practical insight for how to live as a Christian. Perhaps better than any book in the New Testament, this letter highlights how to define our identity through our relationship to Christ. In it we see we have been chosen by God, called to be His children, and saved by grace. Furthermore, we see how this calling and identification with Christ leads us to be unified with one another both in the church and in our interpersonal relationships. It calls us to live lives of holiness and persevere in our faith despite obstacles. Through Paul’s letter, we find out who we are in Christ.

Features:
● Eight small group sessions
● Personal study opportunities for ongoing spiritual growth
● Promotional content

Benefits:
● Define your life through your relationship with God.
● Maintain an intimate relationship with God.
● See how God has raised you from death to life through the redeeming work of the Lord Jesus Christ.
● Persevere against the evil forces that oppose the work of Christ.
● Understand that you’re part of God’s family.
● Be reconciled to others and unified in the church.
● Learn how your identity in Christ changes what you love, how you act, and how you relate to one another.
● Use in a small group setting or combine chapters for use in a seminar setting.
● Customize the teaching plans and integrate select expository notes into your teaching notes.

Specifications

Age Minimum
18
ISBN10
1087763274
ISBN13
9781087763279
Language
English
Medium Format
eBook
Number of Pages
96
Packaging Height
0.26
Packaging Length
9
Packaging Width
6
Product Group
Bible Study
Product Type
Study Guide
Publication Date
2022-06-01
Publisher
Lifeway Christian Resources