About Paul's letter to the Ephesians

Most students of the Bible think that Paul wrote this letter from Rome, about the year AD 62. That was more than 30 years after Jesus died. Paul was in prison at Rome. He wrote to the church that was at Ephesus. Ephesus was a city in the south and west part of the country that we call Turkey now. But Paul may have sent this letter to other groups of Christians also.
In this letter, Paul explains the very great things that Jesus Christ has done on behalf of all people. Christ has taken away everything that caused people to be enemies to God and to each other. Now all people, both Jews and Gentiles, can be united in Christ. They can become God's people. All Christians belong to one family, and Christ is the head (the leader) of that family.
So, we must always try to agree and we must continue to love each other. We must live as God wants us to live. We must learn how to be strong as Christians. And we must always be ready to fight against the Devil when he attacks us in different ways.