Dr. Lloyd-Jones’s much loved series on Ephesians is one of the most complete commentaries on that book. This eight-volume set displays the respected author’s elegant style and probing exegesis. Each volume covers a portion of the Book of Ephesians, from an overview of God’s ultimate purpose to an exploration of the Christian soldier.
Lloyd-Jones begins by showing how the first chapter of Ephesians is basic to all New Testament studies. He asserts that the great doctrine Paul lays out in this chapter illuminates the entire teaching of Ephesians. The series concludes with an examination of the general principles of spiritual warfare. Here, Lloyd-Jones discusses in detail the pieces of armor Paul mentions that make up “the whole armor of God.” Other issues Lloyd-Jones deals with include:
Originally preached as sermons at Westminster Chapel, this commentary exhibits the author’s trademark blend of profound insight and practical application. Eight volumes comprise an unfailing resource for preachers and Bible teachers. However, they are equally rewarding for personal study. In fact, Christians at every stage of development will find them an invaluable guide to living the Christian life in today’s world.
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Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones (1899-1981) was born in Cardiff. He attended St. Bartholomew’s Hospital as an assistant to the famous Lord Horder. Returning to Wales after leaving medicine in 1927, he became the minister of a Welsh Presbyterian Church in Aberavon, South Wales. He was there until 1938 when he moved to London to share the ministry of Westminster Chapel in Buckingham Gate with the late Dr. G. Campbell Morgan. This ministry lasted for 30 years until Dr. Lloyd-Jones retired in August 1968. He best-loved works include Singing to the Lord, Not Against Flesh and Blood, Heirs to Salvation, and True Happiness.