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Ephesians Bible Study Part 1: The Treasury of the Saints

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Ephesians is known as “The Bank of the Believer” or the “Treasury of the Saints” because of it’s dense population of promises for the Christian. In this episode of Real Christianity, pastor Dale Partridge starts an eight-week study through the book of Ephesians in hopes to bring believers deep into hope we have in Christ. 

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