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Read [biblegateway passage=”Ephesians 2″].
Write out verse 10, substituting your name.
Look at verse 19. Consider the “fellow citizens” you share life with. How can you bless them today?
Read [biblegateway passage=”Ephesians 3″].
Look through Paul’s prayer for the Ephesians in verse 14-19. Is this how you pray for your friends? Consider praying for their spiritual growth through trials, not just a specific outcome you all want.
How does verse 20 bring you hope?
Read [biblegateway passage=”Ephesians 4″].
How can verse 2 apply to your actions in the workplace today?
According to verse 12, what are spirtual leaders (i.e. pastors, ministry leaders) to do?
Read [biblegateway passage=”Ephesians 5″].
In verse one we are to be __________ of God. Verse 2 gives us a “how.” What is it?
Ponder verse 15.
Read [biblegateway passage=”Ephesians 6″].
What does Paul have to say about various family relationships?
Take your time reading verse 10-18. What pieces of armor do you need to concentrate on today?
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