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EPHEphesians (bible)
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EPHElectronic Pearl Harbor
EPHEpisodic Paroxysmal Hemicrania
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EPHElderly Peoples Home
EPHEtablissement Public de l'Habitat
EPHEarliest Possible Harvest
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EPHEmails per Hour
EPHEnvironmental and Public Health
EPHEtablissement Public Hospitalier (French: Public Hopitalization Establishment)
EPHExtractable Petroleum Hydrocarbons
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The first reading, from Ephesians chapter 4 verse 15, was read by Lynne Clegg.
Ephesians--Finding True Love" is meant to be a scriptural guide for today's younger woman and will appeal primarily to that audience, however, the practical illustrations and study material can easily be modified for use by any serious young person looking for Biblical truths from the book of Ephesians.
Eventually, David's favorite verse became Ephesians 5:22, where God appointed husbands to rule over their wives as Christ ruled over the church.
The multiracial worship at Greater Walters AME Zion Church in Chicago last March radiated hope for all who seek what Ephesians 4:3 calls "the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace.
See, in particular, the book by Sheldon Vanauken Under the mercy, where he discusses the effects of Ephesians Chapter 5 on an Anglican (wives) Bible Study: "[W]e have to do it (i.
The get-well card quotes Ephesians 3:16-18 and includes space for a personal message to Falwell.
Through one part of the second chapter of the letter to the Ephesians (Eph.
The Commentaries of Origen and Jerome on St Paul's Epistle to the Ephesians.
As its title implies, the book presents John Chrysostom's ecclesiology as drawn from Paul's Letter to the Ephesians and primarily articulated in 24 homilies thereon.
Paul, in his letter to the Ephesians, praised the cruel paradox of the cross that fashioned a new humanity out of the absurd animosities between timeless rivals and adversaries.
That said, the reality is we and the people addressed in the Letter to the Ephesians are an odd assortment of cabbages and roses.
Apollonius therefore ranged the Ephesians around him and said: "Pick up as many stones as you can and hurl them at this enemy of the gods.