A Bold Prayer for Power

A Bold Prayer for Power

Ephesians 3:14-21

Sermon Application Questions 

  1. How does this prayer compare with Paul’s first prayer in 1:15-23?
  2. What is Paul’s prayer for them (v. 16)? What results will come for them? What do you think it would look like for Christ to dwell in our hearts?
  3. What do you think Paul is referring to when he says, “the breadth and length and height and depth?”
  4. When you pray for other believers what do you pray ? How can Paul’s prayer for the Ephesians shape the way we pray for other believers at Immanuel?
  5. Verses 20-21 are doxological, what do they teach us about Paul’s understanding of God, His plan and purposes in the world, and the church?
  6. How has Ephesians 2-3 informed your understanding of the church?

Family Worship Questions

  1. Read Ephesians 3:14-21 & Discuss:
  • Why do you think Paul says he bows his knee? What does it mean to bow? What does it say about Paul? What does it say about God?
  • How do you pray for other believers? What are the things that Paul prays for the Ephesians? How can you turn Paul’s prayer into a prayer that you pray for others?
  1. Sing:All Glory Be to Christ
  2. Pray