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God's grace is given freely as a gift for his purpose, our fullness, and his glory.
Our history with God begins with our sin, but God's history with us begins with a plan--a plan to redeem us, a plan to overcome hostility, a plan to dwell with us--for his glory.
In this passage, Paul prays for the believers and we can learn from his prayer about God's great love for his people, including his power that is at work for them. This is the same power that was at work in Christ.
The new year is a good time to make resolutions. What better resolution to make than one involving greater maturity in faith? In Ephesians 4:1-16, Paul points out that the goal of faith is maturity. Churches and individuals ought to set maturity as a goal, using the example of a mature church in Acts 2:42-47 as a guide.
These sermons were preached in December at the Otisville Church of Christ.
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