Why does Paul write to the Ephesians? What is your hope and calling? What will your sonship inheritance be at the day of Christ? What is the purpose of the mystery? Why is God forming the body of Christ? What is the mystery of godliness? What is the glory of the new creature? Why did Christ give mystery gifts and what does it mean for today? What are we supposed to "keep" as the one new man? What does Paul being "the prisoner" signify for the church? Do you know your election of God? Have you put on the "whole" armour of God? Are you being "filled with all the fulness of God"? Are you being beguiled of your reward? By following the Pauline pattern for edification, this book addresses these questions and more through an examination of the doctrinal issues set forth in the epistle to the Ephesians. If successful, it ought to cause you to "walk in wisdom" and "redeem the time." It ought to produce "charity," "strength," "perseverance," "praying always," "boldness" and the "full assurance of understanding." It ought to cause you to "seek those things which are above" and "set your affection on things above." It should produce in you both the expectation and reality of who we are in connection with the FULNESS OF CHRIST. David Winston Busch is a Teaching Elder at Columbia River Bible Fellowship in Vancouver, WA. His passion is for the edification of the saints and the magnification of the Lord Jesus Christ. He is committed to "the preaching of Jesus Christ according to the revelation of the mystery" (Romans 16:25). His books include Appointed, The Assyrian, More Than Conquerors and Up & Away.