He Himself is Our Peace

Ephesians 2:14-18

Plainly seen is the history and temperament of the world. Alienation and hostility, at times even more than peace, seem to be part of every era, perhaps the only real constant. Maybe you see it in your own family, perhaps at your place of business. You see it in the course of empires. You see it on the local playground. Conflicts abound.

It may surprise you then that hostility and alienation occurs between every human being and God Himself. But how did this alienation occur? And what is the extent of the hostility?

Tom Pennington in his series entitled He Himself is Our Peace shows you the origins and depth of the separation between God and man. It's a study in the second chapter of Ephesians, concluding with the glorious reconciliation that Christ Himself has brought about for those who would believe in Him.

A wall of separation has been broken down. He did it just for you.