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Consummation (Song of Songs 7:11-8:14)

In the peace that follows the storm, the couple takes a long look at how far they have come, and how far they have yet to go.

Fall (Song of Songs 5:2-7:10)

Terror comes by night and tears the couple apart. How can the marriage survive this?

Covenant (Song of Songs 3:6-5:1)

Guy marries girl, while everyone else is mystified. Why buy the cow when you can (probably) get the milk for free?

Creation (Song of Songs 1:1-3:5)

Girl sees guy, girl flirts with guy, girl sneaks away with guy, girl shuts guy down, girl brings guy home to meet the family.

You Could Always Tell What Kind of a Person God Thinks You Are by the Blessings He Gives You (Ephesians 1:1-14)

Paul starts his letter with a praise song focused on one thing: who we are related to defines who we really are. And this makes all the difference!

Did I Tell You How Divinely and Utterly Happy You Are? (Ephesians 1:15-23)

Paul continues his praise song with a prayer that his friends will continue to grow up and discover just how rich they already are.

How We Survived the Zombie Apocalypse (Ephesians 2:1-10)

Paul’s friends think the Church is great and all, but how do they know they’re really part of it? Paul reminds them they used to be zombies, but now they are alive!

A Temple of Ten Million Points (Ephesians 2:11-22)

It is hard to feel like you really fit in church when everyone else seems to come from a different race, a different culture, a different religious background. But Paul has a solution to this problem…

The Quantum Mechanics of Cross-Dimensional Evangelism (Ephesians 3:1-21)

So far in his letter, Paul has described how the church exists, and what it is made of. Now it is time to find out why.

Blueprints and Building Materials (Ephesians 4:1-16)

Paul demonstrates how diversity is actually a gift, and the true source of unity.

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