In verse 15 of chapter 1, Paul begins to pray a beautiful prayer for the Saints in Ephesus as he expresses gratitude and appreciation for their faithfulness to Jesus and their love for one another. It is important to know that God sees your choices and He appreciates it when you give Him honor, obedience and glory. Paul then prayers for the spirit of wisdom and revelation in the knowledge of Him. We then took a look in Romans 8 and perhaps the greatest revelation we could ever receive from God is to know that we are His children, adopted into HIs family. God asks us 5 great questions in Romans 8 that should prove His love to and for each of us. Then we looked at the fact that things that were once true about us are no longer true, because Jesus has forgiven us and forgotten about our past sins. Learning to forget the past, because it is under the blood of Jesus Christ, is the beginning of the shift in our thinking from living in Adam to living in Christ. Jesus is the head of the Church and we are His body. This is only possible because He has placed us In Christ.