Ephesians Exposition

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The following sermons form part of Doug Van Meter’s exposition of the book of Ephesians.

Doug Van Meter - 20 March 2016

Habitat for Deity (Ephesians 2:19–22)

Ephesians Exposition

Being a member of the church is an inestimable privilege. But no one has said it more clearly, more emphatically, more authoritatively and more persuasively than the apostle Paul. As he brings Ephesians 2 to a close, the apostle prepares to clang his exegetical cymbals to a crescendo as he uses three metaphors to describe the church of Christ: a kingdom, a family and a building (a temple). Each of these are important designations, as we shall see. But perhaps the most stupendous description of all is found in the last phrase of the last verse: “a dwelling place of God in the Spirit.” As we bring our study of Ephesians 2 to a close, I trust that we will come away with a greater appreciation of who we are because of what God in Christ has done by the power of His Spirit.

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This series comprises the sermons preached at BBC during an exposition of the book of Ephesians.

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