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Ephesians 5-6 Devotional Questions

Helpful devotional questions: 20131107-dtquestions_Ephesians_5-6

Ephesians 3-4 Devotional Questions

Helpful devotional questions: 20131107-dtquestions_Ephesians_3-4

Ephesians 1-2 Devotional Questions

Helpful devotional questions: 20131106-dtquestions_Ephesians_1-2

Galatians, Ephesians, Psalm 132-136 Notes

Some helpful commentary: Commentary – Galatians, Ephesians, Psalm 132-136  

Devotion Time November 5th-10th, 2012

Here is the DT packet for November 5-10th, 2012: DT_Eph1-2a_Nov5-Nov10_2012_v3

Devotion Time December 3rd – 8th, 2012

Here is the DT Packet for December 3rd – 8th, 2012 on Ephesians: 1. DT_Eph6_Dec3-Dec8_2012

December 7, 2012 – Devotion Sharing (Ephesians 6)

Submitted by Sieun C. from Gracepoint Berkeley Church Ephesians 6:18-24   What was Apostle Paul’s view of prayer? After explaining that we have armor as Christians to fight against the devil’s schemes (6:11-17), Paul says to pray at all times in the Spirit. Prayer was another weapon and armor needed in order to stand strong in […]

December 6, 2012 – Devotion Sharing (Ephesians 6)

Submitted by Jenny H. from Gracepoint Berkeley Church Ephesians 6:14-17   How would a soldier in an ancient battlefield have viewed each piece of his armor?  List and reflect on each item of the “whole armor of God” (cf. Ephesians 6:11) with a sense of personal appreciation for the value of each one. Is there a […]

December 5, 2012 – Devotion Sharing (Ephesians 6)

Submitted by Nelson W. from Gracepoint Berkeley Church Ephesians 6:10-14  Notice the balance between human action and God’s provision – i.e., what we are called to do, and what God will do for us.  In what ways have I had to be “strong in the Lord”? God provides us with so many blessings. He has […]

December 4, 2012 – Devotion Sharing (Ephesians 6)

Submitted by James K. from Gracepoint Berkeley Church Ephesians 6:5-8 Reflect on the charge to servants.  Note the perspective and heart shift that the gospel makes possible in this context.  What would have been the impact of such a shift in how servants viewed themselves and their work?  The perspective change for a servant would be significant, […]