The Weekend Word: Ephesians 2

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  1. Em says:

    “…..But God, being rich in mercy, because of the great love with which he loved us, even when we were dead in our trespasses, made us alive together with Christ—by grace you have been saved…” seemed worth repeating tonight …

    thank You, Lord – Father, Son and Holy Spirit, thank You

    dozens of hymns racing thru my mind… one simple one = “I know not why God’s wondrous grace to me He hath made known nor why unworthy, Christ in love redeemed me for His own…”

    God keep all close

  2. AA says:

    Thanks Michael a nice way to wrap up a busy Saturday & start Sunday.

  3. Jim says:

    I’m loving this…

  4. Michael says:

    AA, Jim, Em…thank you.

    I’m trying to keep these accessible and encouraging without shoving my particular tradition down anyones throat.

    There is a lot of technical stuff we could get into…but I’m only going there if asked.

  5. Em says:

    Michael, that “one last thing” is so rich – when i think of all the manipulation and contrived methodology for “finding the will of God for your life…” messages that i heard and agonized over in years past…
    agreeing with AA and Jim, your Weekend Words are a blessing

  6. Michael says:


    I’m glad you caught that.
    Well meaning, big hearted, Christians get run ragged and guilt tripped by people wanting them to do one thing or another.
    When it’s yours to do it will be right in front of you and God will make it clear that this one’s for you.
    You won’t need any ones help to find it…

  7. Nonnie says:

    “Created for good works…”
    That means that you won’t have to go looking for good works to do… you’ll walk right into them as you walk through your daily life.

    That is such a good word and I have experienced that as truth in my life.

  8. Linnea says:

    Michael, once more, thank you for the encouraging words!

  9. Michael says:


    Thank you for reading and studying with me… 🙂

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