An entire commentary vpon the whole epistle of the Apostle Paul to the Ephesians wherein the text is learnedly and fruitfully opened, with a logicall analysis, spirituall and holy observations, confutation of arminianisme and popery and found edification for the diligent reader

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Other titlesAn entire commentary upon the whole epistle of the Apostle Paul
Statementpreached by Mr. Paul Bayne ..
SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 909:5
The Physical Object
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Pagination[10], 814, [12] p
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The Epistle contains great doctrines about the divine purposes and decrees in which they, as Christians, were particularly concerned; important “mysteries” Ephesiansof importance for them to understand, and which the apostle proceeds to communicate to them as such.

Introduction to the Epistle of Paul to the Ephesians Why study this book. “Ephesians is an epistle for all the world, for Jew and Gentile, for husband and wife, for parent and child, for master and servant.

In the fourth book of his Stromata, quoting Ephesianshe says, “ wherefore also in the [epistle] to the Ephesians he [Paul] writes.” In the next century we find Origen, in his tract On Prayer, expressly referring to a statement found “in the [epistle] to the Ephesians.”.

The inscription is in Ephesiansin which the author of the epistle puts his name, declares his office, and how he came into it; and describes the persons to whom he wrote it, by their religious characters, and the place of their abode.

Read Ephesians 4 commentary using Matthew Henry Commentary on the Whole Bible (Complete). we have the most weighty and serious exhortations that can be given. We may observe that in this, as in most others of Paul’s epistles, the former part is doctrinal, and fitted to inform the minds of men in the great truths and doctrines of the.

Ephesians 5 Commentary, One of over Bible commentaries freely available, this verse-by-verse commentary contain gems of information found nowhere outside the ancient Jewish writings any part or portion in the kingdom of God and Christ Ephesiansand all of them, as bringing the wrath of God upon men, EphesiansEphesians 5.

Preface to the Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Ephesians Ephesus was a city of Ionia, in Asia Minor, and once the metropolis of that part of the An entire commentary vpon the whole epistle of the Apostle Paul to the Ephesians book. The ancient city was situated at the mouth of the river Cayster, on the shore of the Aegean Sea, about 50 miles south of Smyrna.

Renan, who accepts Colossians from Paul’s hand, and who admits that "among all the epistles bearing the name of Paul the epistle to the Ephesians is perhaps that which has been most anciently cited as a composition of the apostle of the Gentiles," yet speaks of this epistle as a "verbose amplification" of the other, "a commonplace letter, diffuse and pointless, loaded with useless words and repetitions.

The position of Paul in fetters on account of his labours as the apostle of the Gentiles[] could only exert a beneficial influence upon the development of the Christian life of his churches, as edifying and elevating for them (comp.

Ephesians ), as, on the other hand, it must have redounded as a scandal to them, if he had withdrawn from. See the glorious doxology for this revelation contained in Rom. 16, Indeed this whole Epistle to the Ephesians is a thanksgiving to God for the communication of this mysterious wisdom.

Mysterious, not so much in the sense of incomprehensible, as in that of undiscoverable by human reason, and a matter of divine revelation. Ephesians Πρὸς ὁ, whereby) This expression is not exclusively to be referred to in a few words, but to the whole thought; and πρὸς marks the analogy, according to [“ from which ye may understand”]: as in the common saying, the size of the lion may be inferred from the size of his claw.[41] From what I have written above, you may, etc.— δύνασθε, you may) The word.

Ephesians Paul, an apostle by the will of God — Not by any merit of my own; to the saints — Or holy persons, as τοις αγιοις properly signifies; who are at Ephesus — And in all the adjacent places: for this epistle was not directed to the Ephesians only, but likewise to all the other churches of Asia; and to the faithful in Christ Jesus — Or the believers, as the word.

The attack on the epistle fails, whether it is made from the point of teaching or language; and there is no ground whatever for questioning the truth of Christian tradition that Paul wrote the letter which we know as the Epistle to the Ephesians. \II. Place and Date of Writing.

III. We have here the conclusion of the epistle, in which he takes his leave of them, recommending himself to the prayers of the believing Ephesians, and praying for them. Verses Here we have further directions concerning relative duties, in which the apostle.

Chapter 1. This epistle was written when St. Paul was a prisoner at Rome. The design appears to be to strengthen the Ephesians in the faith of Christ, and to give exalted views of the love of God, and of the dignity and excellence of Christ, fortifying their minds against the scandal of the cross.

(3, 4) Ephesians form the conclusion of the Epistle, in commendation of Tychicus’ salutation and blessing. The extreme brevity and generality of this section here—in contrast with St. Paul’s practice in every other Epistle, except the Second Epistle to the Corinthians and the Epistle to the Galatians (both of which have the.

Stoeckhardt, Commentary on St. Paul’s Letter to the Ephesians (St. Louis Concordia Publishing House, ), pp. Mackay develops the letter around the theme God’s Order, the title of a work first printed in Mackay [34] John Mackay, God’s Order (New York: The Macmillan Co., ), p.

Why Did the Apostle Paul Ask Certain Disciples If They Received the Holy Spirit upon Believing. ()Baptism with the Holy Spirit – Question In A we find the Apostle Paul asking certain disciples about their reception of the Holy question reads as follows.

* Book Commentary On The Epistle To The Ephesians * Uploaded By David Baldacci, ephesus was famous for its idolatrous practices of sorcery and divination upon arriving in ephesus paul and his disciples spread the word of jesus to the wayward jews and greeks and many were converted a flourishing church was established and.

The title St. Paul takes to himself, as belonging to him-Paul, an apostle of Jesus Christ, etc. He reckoned it a great honour to be employed by Christ, as one of his messengers to the sons of men.

The apostles were prime officers in the Christian church, being extraordinary ministers appointed for a. Paul ("I, Paul" in Ephesians note) penned this letter from prison (Ep, =notes Ep, ) in Rome sometime around 62 AD or at least 5 years after (these are at best approximations for Scripture is silent on these specific dates) he had last seen the saints in Ephesus and Asia (modern day western Turkey).

It is. The Epistle to the Ephesians, also called the Letter to the Ephesians and often shortened to Ephesians, is the tenth book of the New authorship has traditionally been attributed to Paul the Apostle but starting inthis has been challenged as Deutero-Pauline, that is, written in Paul's name by a later author strongly influenced by Paul's thought, probably "by a loyal.

God’s Way of Reconciliation. The need for reconciliation. Christians are alive from the deadAnd you He made alive, who were dead in trespasses and sins.

And you He made alive: The words He made alive are in italics, which indicates that they are added to the text but implied from the context. Paul wrote to believers who were made alive by God’s work.

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Callahan. THE epistle which is commonly known as "Ephesians" has in recent years been the subject of much critical discussion. The chief question about the Ephesian letter is its authenticity: Did the apostle Paul write the letter, as the epistle claims, or is it the work of an imitator.

Of lesser importance, but related to the previous ques. THE EPISTLE of PAUL the APOSTLE to the LAODICEANS. [This Epistle has been highly esteemed by several learned men of the church of Rome and others. The Quakers have printed a translation and plead for it, as the reader may see, by consulting Poole's Annotations on Col.

The Epistles of Paul - Ephesians Part 3: The Household of the Mystery. Many of the things which we shall say here in our introduction to Ephesians chapter 3, we have already said in our other commentaries on Paul's epistles.

This is because because Paul was teaching Covenant Theology throughout his epistles, and we are merely following along. This the apostle enlarges upon here, and shows, 1. What our danger is, and what need we have to put on this whole armour, considering what sort of enemies we have to deal with-the devil and all the powers of darkness: For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, etc., v.

This massive twenty-three volume collection features a variety of the most notable classic studies on Ephesians from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. With scholars such as Charles Gore, Arthur Pridgam, and Paul Bayne, Classic Commentaries and Studies on Ephesians (23 vols.) offers over 8, pages of interpretation, observations, translations, contextual history, and application on this.

The Epistle To The Ephesians Introduction AUTHOR The apostle Paul (; ). Early sources in church history that attribute this letter to Paul include: Irenaeus ( A.D.), Clement of Alexandria ( A.D.), and Origen ( A.D.). Polycarp ( A.D.) attests to its canonicity in his own epistle to the Philippians (chapter 12).

THE RECIPIENTS. The Apostle Paul is the writer of the Epistle to the Ephesians. The date of this Epistle was A. 64 and it was written in Rome. Ephesians is the first of the Prison Letters of the Apostle Paul.

This letter, along with the Epistle to the Colossians and the Epistle to Philemon, was sent to the respective groups by Tychicus and is the most. A Treasury of Illustrations and Quotations from Walking With Jesus: An Expository Commentary Based upon Paul’s Letter to the Ephesians - Ebook written by Robert B.

Callahan Sr. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read A Treasury of Illustrations and Quotations from Walking With. “Now unto Him that is able to do exceeding abundantly above all that we ask or think.” (Ephesians ) Paul could never dispute the power of God.

He had known its meaning. It had changed the whole course of the apostle’s life. It turned him from enmity to love; from persecution to praise. The Epistle of Paul to the Colossians (or simply Colossians) is the twelfth book of the New was written, according to the text, by Paul the Apostle and Timothy to the Church in Colossae, a small Phrygian city near Laodicea and approximately miles ( km) from Ephesus in Asia Minor.

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