by Rick Ferguson

Jesus Is the Exalted Lord
Rick Ferguson
Ephesians 1:20-23

I have preached on many passages of scripture;
each verse of God's word contains great truths, marvelous
themes, majestic thoughts and powerful promises. I
always, always feel limited and inadequate in trying
to exegite and expound on God's word. We come tonight,
however, to a passage which causes me to sense my
inadequacies more acutely than anything else upon
which I preach. Tonight's text is going to discuss
the exaltation of Christ.

I must confess to you right up front that I am
infinitely limited in being able to describe the
exaltation of Jesus. To try to adequately describe the
exaltation of Christ with my mind and limited language
is like walking to the shoreline of the grand Pacific
Ocean with a coffee cup and hoping to dip it dry.

I come to these 3 verses of scripture tonight
which contain an ocean of glorious truth with my coffee
cup of exegetical, hermeneutical and homiletical
resources to try to preach on the theme "Jesus is the
Exalted Lord."

I join the apostle Paul in his intercessory prayer
for the church which begins in verse 17 and pray that
this church and this pastor might discover:

I. Divine enlightenment (v. 17-18).

II. Divine empowerment (v. 19).

III. Divine exaltation (v. 20-21).
Join me in verse 17 as we read the text for this
evenings message in the context of Paul's great prayer.

TEXT - Ephesians 17-23 (text v. 20-23)

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Jesus is the exalted Lord.

Ph. 2:9 says "God also hath highly exalted him, and
given him a name which is above every

Nothing I can possible say will even come close
to describing the majesty,
glory and
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