And you, But God - Ephesians 2:1-10
It is hard to imagine that someone could come up with a clearer more succinct summary of the nature and work of God than Paul does in Ephesians chapter 1. Having opened it up over the last two weeks, we have scratched the surface of the ideas and history that Paul identifies.
In chapter two, Paul switches focus. Where it began with God, it now moves to humanity and it's not a pretty picture. The way Paul describes the human condition does not sit well in the modern world, yet it picks up the truth that God's word makes clear. We are dead in our sin, we are nothing. Then in two simple words Paul switches focus again. These two words offer hope to a dead people, but God... Log in this weekend as we continue our way through this important book of the New Testament.
Ben and his wife Natalie both grew up in Perth. In 2012 Ben left the finance industry to take up studies at the Reformed Theological College in Geelong. Ben completed his vicariate in Redlands Christian Reformed Church. Both Ben and Natalie love traveling and spending their free time at the beach. Ben loves a good TV series and almost any sport known to man.