Deeper Christian Bible Study in Ephesians • Study 32
God's power is indescribable. It cannot fully be comprehended.
And if the power of God is indescribable, how much more indescribable and unfathomable and great is our God behind that power?!
Before we begin our mini-series examining the first example Paul gives of God's power (Ephesians 1:20-23), we step back and look at the global picture of how Paul talks about the power of God in the first three chapters of Ephesians and the four key examples Paul gives.
Using these four examples (or demonstrations of God's power), Paul explains that no matter what you may be facing, God’s power is sufficient and able to do exceedingly, abundantly more than you could ever ask or imagine.
Join Nathan Johnson in this expositional study looking at the power of God demonstrated throughout the book of Ephesians.