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The Apostle Paul's Letter to the Ephesians is one of the most dynamic portions of all of Scripture. Called by one commentator "the crown and climax of Pauline theology," it issues a clarion call to all who follow the Master. With its dual focus on Christ and the Church, with it's careful presentation of doctrine, then duty, it points the way to true Christian living and victory in a sin-embattled world.
In this helpful volume, Pastor Hughes provides an interesting treatment of the major themes of Ephesians:
This practical commentary on a strategic Bible book will challenge and equip preachers/teachers and their hearers for a walk of spiritual power.