A Study in Ephesians, Volume 11
Peace, Love, and Grace
The theologian John Mackay once described the book of Ephesians as “the distilled essence of the Christian religion, the most authoritative and most consummate compendium of our holy Christian faith.” Writing to a church facing timeless challenges, the apostle Paul set out to remind his readers of all that God has accomplished for us in Christ—and what we then do and become in response. Throughout history, the resulting six chapters have brought countless people to an understanding of their place in the purposes of God and the wonders of His grace and peace.
In volume eleven of this series, Alistair Begg examines the final greetings with which Paul closes his letter. In the person of Tychicus we meet a loyal friend and servant of the Gospel who teaches us a lesson about humble faithfulness, while Paul’s closing blessing of peace, love, and grace points us again to the caring Father who gives us these things and more in Christ.