Ephesians

Volume 3: The Unsearchable Riches of Christ (3:1-21)

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Weight 0.60 kg
Dimensions 22.3 × 14.3 × 2.6 cm
topic

Spiritual Growth, Biblical Studies

format

Book

isbn

9780851512938

Original Pub Date

1977

Banner Pub Date

1977

binding

Cloth-bound

page-count

315

scripture

Ephesians

set

Lloyd Jones on Ephesians

“In Ephesians 3 we have both the Apostle Paul’s profoundest teaching and, at the same time, possibly the most experimental chapter in all his Epistles. Certainly the fervour of his great pastoral spirit is nowhere more evident. The record he here gives us of his own calling to preach Christ, and of his fervent prayers for these Ephesian Christians, leads to one of the sublimest and most moving statements that he ever wrote.”

“The intrinsic value of Ephesians 3 demands attention at all time, but it is particularly relevant to the condition of the Church today when a stronger experimental emphasis is urgently needed. Not for the first time in Christian history there are teachings abroad which dislike any emphasis upon experience. Sometimes these teachings appear in the form of an emphasis on “faith” only. Sometimes it is argued that, because of the assertion of Ephesians 1:3, Christians have no need to seek any further blessing. This third chapter of Ephesians gives us a direct answer to such teaching for Paul prays that these Ephesians, who had already believed and received so much, should receive so much more “even to being filled with” all the fullness of God” .

With the Puritans we must distinguish between believing in what is possible for the Christian, and the appropriating of that possibility. Any teaching which fears a greater experience of the love of God can never deal with the greatest trouble in the Church today, namely our lack of spirituality and of a true knowledge of God.

We can never know too much concerning the great doctrines of the Faith, but if that knowledge does not lead to an ever deeper experience of the love of Christ, it departs seriously from the apostolic pattern. We are to “grow in grace and in the knowledge of the Lord”.

This volume is the third in a series of eight volumes.

Table of Contents Expand ↓

1. V1, ‘The Prisoner of Jesus Christ’ 11
2. V2-7, ‘The Mystery of Christ’ 25
3. V2-7, The Two Mysteries 39
4. V7-8, ‘Unsearchable Riches’ 52
5. V9-11, ‘The Manifold Wisdom of God’ 67
6. V10, God’s Strange Design 80
7. V12, Boldness, Access, Confidence 93
8. V14-15, Praying to the Father 106
9. V16, ‘The Inner Man’ 119
10. V16, ‘Strengthened with Might’ 130
11. V17, Christ in the Heart 142
12. V17, Truth Begins to Shine 154
13. V17, The Heart Prepared 167
14. V17, ‘Rooted in Love’ 181
15. V17, ‘Grounded in Love’ 193
16. V18-19, ‘Able to Comprehend with all Saints’ 205
17. V18-19, ‘Breadth, Length, Depth, Height’ 218
18. V18-19, Knowing the Unknowable 230
19. V18-19, The Innermost Circle 242
20. V19, Seeking to Comprehend 254
21. V19, Preparing for the Guest 265
22. V19, ‘All the Fulness of God’ 277
23. V19, The Fulness Experienced 289
24. V20-21, The Grand Doxology 302

 

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