As Jesus would work and perform miracles and acts of ministry, he would often give an invitation for participation. Today, he still invites his disciples to participate. He wants to take our tiny seed of faith and allow his power to flow through it.
Rod continues a study of Ephesians. After praying that we may be filled with Jesus’ fullness in chapter 1:16-23, Paul reminds you, in chapter 2, of where you were (dead in sin, obeying the devil) so you will better understand where you are (Jesus’ fullness).
Rod continues a study of Ephesians. Imagine if you had a close friendship with the chief officer of the business you work for. Better yet, you were best friends with the President of the United States. We may get excited thinking about the kind of influence and access we may have being a friend of an important leader, but do you know you do have access to the King of kings? If you have a personal relationship with Jesus, then you are a friend of the most important and powerful person in the whole universe.