The Explanation of the Epistle of Saint Paul to the Ephesians
Bl. Theophylact of Ochrid, with additional commentary by St. Nicodemus of the Holy Mountain

Commentary on Ephesians 2:7

"We who believe in Christ are venerated by the angels, not as individuals, but rather, that our whole human nature has been united in hypostasis with God the Word, through Whom passes to us veneration and glory. Thus we can say that we will be seated with Christ: and inasmuch as He is on the throne, sitting at the right hand of the Father, we too will sit in Christ, and the throne and the glory will transfer through Him to us."

This book is the second volume published in the series of the Epistles of St. Paul. These works are the standard Orthodox Christian commentaries on the New Testament, condensing the wisdom of the Church since the time of the early church fathers. This volume incorporates an expansion of Blessed Theophylact’s work by St. Nicodemus of the Holy Mountain, an 18th century saint who speaks with the same voice as his predecessors. 

The Apostle Paul proclaims the greatness of God’s love for us, and our salvation in Jesus Christ, through the Holy Spirit. His epistle moves from the promise of the glory that awaits us when we turn away from our old sinful habits to embrace the richness of God’s grace. He returns again and again to the glory of His eternal will and purpose for us. Calling us to the fulness of the love of Christ, he gives instruction on how to love God and our neighbor. The commentary reveals the depth of every phrase, emphasizing the reality of the Church as the Body of Christ, and the building up of the temple of God. 


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