Jan 12, 2020 | Jean Gomes
It has been said that more than any other epistle written by Paul, the letter of Ephesians draws together the central themes of the apostle’s teaching. At the heart of the letter’s message is this: that we, who were once “dead in our trespasses,” have been made alive together with Christ. With this as the underlying truth for all who are in Christ, Paul spends the second half of the letter answering this question: how then shall we live? How shall we live both as individuals, but also as the body of Christ, the Church?