November 14, 2017 1 comment
Paul writes to the Ephesian believers to encourage them. They have received news of his Roman imprisonment, assigned guards, and of his escort to Rome (and to Caesar himself). The Ephesians, knowing that imprisonment can be brutal, if not certainly uncomfortable, and that his escort to Rome means his eventual execution, they are concerned for his welfare. Paul responds to this concern with a heartfelt correction of their perspective.
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