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Reading the scriptures together

The Prison Epistles

Weekly Reflections

Encouraging each other through the writings of Paul. 

  • Ephesians 1


    God doesn’t offer forgiveness according to our performance. He offers forgiveness because He has an abundance of it.

  • Ephesians 1


    We are saints. I am a saint. A holy one. Consecrated. Why? Simply because I am called by God and have chosen to put my faith in Jesus Christ.

  • Ephesians 2

    He is our peace

    The Church is a house, each of us a building block, with “Christ Jesus himself as the chief cornerstone.” Christ himself is the unifier. 

  • Ephesians 2

    The Intervener

    He erased my previous identities of sinful, broken and prideful and replaced them. There is no going back to my old identities for he has rid them of me. God has intervened on my behalf to call me Redeemed and Loved.

  • Ephesians 3

    Invite Him In

    It’s not me in my own strength, willing myself to make the change and be strengthen but a “glorious inner strength” from Christ’s dwelling in us that will do all the molding of our hearts. So come on in Jesus, you are welcome here.

  • Ephesians 4

    Jesus, define me

    I am so quick to forget my new identity and calling, and revert back to a way of living that isn’t worthy of my new identity and calling. And it is not that I consciously decide, “I’d like to go back to living as the ‘old man’ today,” and then I start cursing at the traffic in front of me.

  • Ephesians 4

    Less of Me, More of Jesus

    As I read Ephesians 4, there is no doubt in my mind that Paul is saying that our lives should look different if we follow Jesus; however, I need to pause and remind myself that my life looks different because of what He has done, not what I can do. 

  • Ephesians 5

    Imitators of Christ

    It is critical that we first and foremost give our lives to Jesus and recognize Him as our Lord. But that's not the end. We are then called to live as "imitators of God, as beloved children" (v1). Not going to sugarcoat it: this seems really daunting. An imitator of our holy and glorious God? No pressure or anything!!