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About the Series

When the prodigal son decided to return to his father in Luke 15, Jesus highlights the fact that the son was suspicious that his father still loved him as a father (v. 19). In his book Children of the Living God, Sinclair Ferguson argues that Luke 15 teaches us that “the reality of the love of God for us is often the last thing in the world to dawn upon us” (27). Dan Cruver helps us consider how Paul’s letter to the Ephesians addresses this very problem in this two-part series from Ephesians 6:23, Battling the Prodigal’s Suspicion: Resting in the Assurance of the Father’s Love.


Why So Suspicious?

Text: Ephesians 6:23 – Speaker: Dan Cruver

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