E P H E S I A N S.
In this chapter, I. The apostle proceeds in the
exhortation to relative duties which he began in the former,
particularly he insists on the duties of children and parents, and
of servants and masters, ver.
1-9. II. He exhorts and directs Christians how to behave
themselves in the spiritual warfare with the enemies of their
souls; and to the exercise of several Christian graces, which he
proposes to them as so many pieces of spiritual armour, to preserve
and defend them in the conflict, ver. 10-18. III. We have here the
conclusion of the epistle, in which he takes his leave of them,
recommending himself to the prayers of the believing Ephesians, and
praying for them, ver.