Ephesians 1: 1-2
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson explains the significance of Christ’s genealogy as it is found in the Gospel of Matthew. As an introduction to the first of the synoptic gospels, The Genealogy of Christ expounds the discrete link between Jesus and the royal line of David. Dr. Johnson details the significance of Jesus as the promised, Messianic king and from it gives insight into the nature of God’s grace.
Ephesians 1: 3-6
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson discusses Paul's opening statement of his letter to the Ephesian Christians, focusing specifically on God the Father's role in establishing the church.
Ephesians 1: 7-12
Transcript We’re turning again to the first chapter of Paul’s letter to the Ephesians. As one reads through this first chapter of the letter to the Ephesians, you will notice in the opening section, verses 1-14, that the thought of
Ephesians 1: 13-14
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson continues his exposition of Paul's greeting in his letter to the church at Ephesus.
Ephesians 1: 15-23
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson discusses Paul's prayer for revelation and what "possessing" means in terms of Christ's salvation.
Ephesians 2: 1-10
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson continues his study of Ephesians by describing the impact of God's salvation upon the sinner.
Ephesians 2: 11-22
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson discusses the power of Christ's salvation of believers in reconciling them with God.
Ephesians 3: 1-13
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson gives exposition on how God's grace operates on the hearts of people.
Ephesians 3: 14-21
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds Paul's prayer for the Ephesians that they know God.
Ephesians 4: 1-6
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson provides exposition of Paul's instruction to the Ephesian Christians about the nature of the body of believers.