Seek the Treasure: Unearthing the riches of Christ in Ephesians
Ephesians Bible Study
Book #3 in the “Short and Easy” series.
Are you looking for something to guarantee successful living?
On what are you relying for success in your life? What kind of treasure are you putting in your spiritual treasure chest?
There are so many things out there on the internet or in social media that we can try. These can be powerful influences on us as women, but they are substitutes for the real thing. They lead us to seeking the wrong treasure. Seek the Treasure is a short and easy study of the book of Ephesians. In this study, you will:
- Discover all the amazing treasure you have in Jesus Christ.
- Recognize all the substitute treasure that is worthless.
- Learn how to get rid of your substitutes and cling to your treasure in Christ alone.
- See that your treasure in Christ is powerful and valuable enough for you to live successfully in this world.
Don’t wait! Get Seek the Treasure and unearth your riches today.
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- Book #1: The Walk from Fear to Faith (Old Testament women)
- Book #2: Satisfied by His Love (Women Who Knew Jesus)
- Book #3: Seek the Treasure (Ephesians)
- Book #4: Grace Overflowing (overview of Paul’s letters)
What women are saying about this study:
“My Sunday School class really enjoyed the Knowing Jesus…Knowing Joy! study. So, we are going to do this new study of Ephesians in January. Looking forward to it.” (Barbara)
This study is adaptable to a retreat theme. For more information, go to Melanie’s Retreat Topics.
There may be evil spiritual forces behind the people, the habits, and the situations that are messing up your life. But, the answer is not to try out everything available to see if something sticks. The answer is found in what Jesus already provides to you in Himself. In Ephesians, Paul writes to give us confidence that Jesus is more powerful and effective than anything we can substitute for Him.
The Bible teaches that Jesus is sitting at the right of God with authority over everything. What is not included in everything? Evil is under His feet. As we sit with Him, evil is under our feet. All we have to do is remember our place with Him in the heavenly places (Ephesians 2:6). That’s where God dwells. And, it’s a place of power. Jesus has more power than anything we picture coming against us.
We can picture ourselves sitting with Jesus in the heavenly realms, with our treasure chest-all that we receive in Him. It’s not about something we do. It’s something that has already been done. We can rest in that and all the treasure that comes with it. That’s the way to guarantee successful living-God’s way of successful living. The treasure you have in Jesus Christ is more powerful and effective than anything you could substitute for Him.
All you need is what is already given to you in Jesus Christ. Are you willing to get rid of your substitutes and cling to your treasure in Christ alone? Not just in your head, but in your heart and experiences. You can say with your heart to Him, “My treasure in you, Lord Jesus, is more powerful and effective than anything I could substitute for You. Please confirm that in my heart.”
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