In Whom We Have Redemption | Lesson 23
June 12, 2022 • Josh Strelecki • Ephesians 1:7–12
Redemption is the depth of God's great love that provides to work all things to His predestination of us, that is, the height of His great love. Redemption is God's wisdom in Christ how to be bought by God and to have access to all spiritual blessings in heavenly places in Christ.
Accepted in The Beloved | Lesson 22
June 5, 2022 • Josh Strelecki • Ephesians 1:3–6
The only other time the expression "made us accepted" is used is with Mary. Gabriel says to Mary she is "highly favoured". She would be the earthen vessel to manifest excellent glory and power. We too have Christ in us, the hope of glory. God is making Himself manifest in our mortal, fleshly bodies today. Such is to the glory of His grace.
The Good Pleasure of His Will | Lesson 21
May 29, 2022 • Josh Strelecki • Ephesians 1:3–6
The blessing of the blessed Father of us with all spiritual blessings is rooted in God's will and the good pleasure thereof. Ephesians begins dealing with all that God the Father counseled in Christ and our benefit having been placed in Christ. In this lesson learn all this is God's good pleasure.
Predestinated Unto The Adoption of Children Pt. 2 | Lesson 19
May 8, 2022 • Josh Strelecki • Ephesians 1:3–6
Understanding the things ordained before the world unto our glory in the world to come we must learn about that which eye hath not seen, nor ear heard - we must learn about what God predestinated. We also need to learn about predestination is and isn't.
Before Him In Love Pt. 2 | Lesson 17
April 3, 2022 • Josh Strelecki • Ephesians 1:3–6
Being before Him in love is the full future condition of our relationship with God in Christ. Learn that God is love, love is of God, He manifests His love, and His love is perfect and we will be "before Him in love".
Before Him In Love | Lesson 16
March 27, 2022 • Josh Strelecki • Ephesians 1:3–6
Being before God is no small feat. We attempt to be holy before Him ourselves we will be destroyed. Yet, God provided Christ for us to be in and thus be holy and without blame before Him. We are called with a holy calling not unto uncleanness, but unto cleanness. We are holy in Him and are to perfect holiness.
Holy and Without Blame Before Him | Lesson 15
March 20, 2022 • Josh Strelecki • Ephesians 1:3–6
Christ is holy and we are chosen in Him that we would be holy and without blame. The chief attribute of God is He is holy, being holy before Him is staggering and the foundation of all that He purpose in Christ and us in Him.