Walk into nearly any church and it won’t take long before you hear the words “grace” and “peace” being thrown around – yet most of us don’t understand the depths of those two words are. In Paul’s salutation and introduction in Ephesians, he uses the common greeting of his day (“grace” to the Greeks and Romans, and “peace” for the Jews) but packs this phrase with spiritual depth, describing his desire for the Christians in Asia Minor … that they would experience the fullness of God’s grace and as a result, His peace in their lives. In this expositional Bible study of Ephesians 1:1-2, we examine Paul’s greeting and his passionate desire that we live with Christ as the center and fullness of our lives.
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