STAND ON THE WORD WITH FRC
A TWO-YEAR BIBLE READING PLAN

TODAY'S READING: Ephesians 2

TODAY'S QUESTIONS FOR REFLECTION AND DISCUSSION

1) How does Paul describe people in their unsaved condition and how has God responded (see v. 1-5)?

2) As Paul explains it simply, how is it possible for a person to be saved (see v. 8)?

  1. It is by God's Grace alone
  2. Through Faith in Christ alone
  3. It is God's Gift alone -- not our works
  4. All of the above

STAND ON THE WORD DEVOTIONALS

STAND COURAGEOUS DEVOTIONAL BY GEN. JERRY BOYKIN

Good Hope – Man as a Chaplain

– Ephesians 2:1, 4-5, 10

Bartolomeu Dias was a brave Portuguese mariner and explorer. In fact, Dias was the first European navigator to round the southern tip of Africa in 1488. In the tumultuous ocean waters south of Africa, as he rounded the cape, his ship threatened to break into pieces. Making it through safely, he named that place the Cape of Storms. Despite Dias’s tumultuous experience, it was later renamed the Cape of Good Hope.

 

 

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