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Elements of Ephesians, part 5

Paul writes “Ephesians” as a circular letter to the churches of Turkey, employing well known elements of liturgy and common forms of worship and literature. These are used to reinforce and give emphasis to his main message. Ness Hughes explores these Elements of Ephesians in this series of Devotionals.

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Elements of Ephesians, part 4

Paul writes “Ephesians” as a circular letter to the churches of Turkey, employing well known elements of liturgy and common forms of worship and literature. These are used to reinforce and give emphasis to his main message. Ness Hughes explores these Elements of Ephesians in this series of Devotionals.

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Elements of Ephesians, part 3

Paul writes “Ephesians” as a circular letter to the churches of Turkey, employing well known elements of liturgy and common forms of worship and literature. These are used to reinforce and give emphasis to his main message. Ness Hughes explores these Elements of Ephesians in this series of Devotionals.

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Elements of Ephesians, part 2

Paul writes “Ephesians” as a circular letter to the churches of Turkey, employing well known elements of liturgy and common forms of worship and literature. These are used to reinforce and give emphasis to his main message. Ness Hughes explores these Elements of Ephesians in this series of Devotionals.

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Elements of Ephesians, part 1

Paul writes “Ephesians” as a circular letter to the churches of Turkey, employing well known elements of liturgy and common forms of worship and literature. These are used to reinforce and give emphasis to his main message. Ness Hughes explores these Elements of Ephesians in this series of Devotionals.

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1 Corinthians 15:1-58

Paul writes to the church in Corinth, both in response to their letter and also to address some serious problems within. Although they are being sanctified in Christ, the Corinthians seem to be struggling to live up to this calling in their gathering and in their common life. Ness Hughes leads this series of devotionals exploring Paul’s letter to the Corinthians.

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1 Corinthians 8:1-13

Paul writes to the church in Corinth, both in response to their letter and also to address some serious problems within. Although they are being sanctified in Christ, the Corinthians seem to be struggling to live up to this calling in their gathering and in their common life. Ness Hughes leads this series of devotionals exploring Paul’s letter to the Corinthians.

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1 Corinthians 6:9-20

Paul writes to the church in Corinth, both in response to their letter and also to address some serious problems within. Although they are being sanctified in Christ, the Corinthians seem to be struggling to live up to this calling in their gathering and in their common life. Ness Hughes leads this series of devotionals exploring Paul’s letter to the Corinthians.

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1 Corinthians 1:10-31

Paul writes to the church in Corinth, both in response to their letter and also to address some serious problems within. Although they are being sanctified in Christ, the Corinthians seem to be struggling to live up to this calling in their gathering and in their common life. Ness Hughes leads this series of devotionals exploring Paul’s letter to the Corinthians.

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1 Corinthians 1:1-9

Paul writes to the church in Corinth, both in response to their letter and also to address some serious problems within. Although they are being sanctified in Christ, the Corinthians seem to be struggling to live up to this calling in their gathering and in their common life. Ness Hughes leads this series of devotionals exploring Paul’s letter to the Corinthians.

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Romans 8:1-39

Paul writes the book of Romans in order to introduce himself to the church at Rome, to encourage them, and to clarify the gospel which he proclaims. He does this so that they might adopt him as a ‘link missionary’ and send him onwards to Spain. This means that Romans is more than a theological treatise: it also has a distinctly pastoral and apologetic purpose. In this series of devotionals, Stuart Holman seeks to highlight Paul’s unique purposes and apply them to the lives of contemporary Christians.

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Romans 7:1-25

Paul writes the book of Romans in order to introduce himself to the church at Rome, to encourage them, and to clarify the gospel which he proclaims. He does this so that they might adopt him as a ‘link missionary’ and send him onwards to Spain. This means that Romans is more than a theological treatise: it also has a distinctly pastoral and apologetic purpose. In this series of devotionals, Stuart Holman seeks to highlight Paul’s unique purposes and apply them to the lives of contemporary Christians.

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