Pastor Ralph Ovadal
Our text today is Paul's last in-person exhortation to the elders of the church at Ephesus. These are his last words to them as, yes, an apostle but also their shepherd. What Paul says here ought to hold great weight for every pastor and elder in the church of Christ as well as for all her members. The Apostle Paul did not shun to declare all the counsel of God. He was a Christian man's man and a pastor's pastor.
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