Ephesians

Who We Are in Christ

Ephesians and open Bible

About This Bible Study

Sometimes, opening our Bibles can be hard. We don’t know what we’re supposed to be looking for or what makes a proper Bible study. We want to make that easier by providing a guided framework for studying God’s Word.

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About Ephesians

Whenever we study Scripture, we look to read and understand it in the context it was written. We do this by remembering who wrote it, to whom it was written, when it was written, and what the main purpose and points of the passage or book are.

  • Who wrote Ephesians? The apostle Paul, while he was imprisoned in Rome for preaching the Gospel.
  • To whom was Ephesians written? Ephesians was originally written as a letter Paul wrote to the church community in Ephesus.
  • When was Ephesians written? Around 60 A.D.
  • Key points to look for as you study: You might notice that Ephesians is divided up evenly. The first three chapters answer the questions, “What has God done for me?” and “Who has he made me?” Then, the second half of the book discusses what the answers to those questions mean for our lives.