Paul can’t help but be excited by the reality of God’s grace—and frequently uses superlatives to describe the power and function of grace in our lives. In Ephesians 1:7-8, Paul talks about the “riches of God’s grace” in relation to being forgiven and redeemed by Jesus Christ. In this expositional study in Ephesians, Nathan Johnson talks about Paul’s obsession with God’s grace and what it means to live in the waterfall (lavish-ness) of God’s superlative grace.
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