Today’s passage from the Bible comes from Ephesians 2:1-10.  Ephesians is a book of the Bible in the New Testament. It is a letter that was written by a man named Paul who wrote to a church in Ephesus. The people at the church in Ephesus were known as the Ephesians. Paul writes to the Ephesians to remind them of what Jesus did for them and for us. As we get closer to Easter, it’s good for us to take some time and begin to prepare our hearts to remember the sacrifice Jesus made by giving his life for us and dying on the cross for our sins. Easter celebrates that Jesus didn’t stay in the grave, but he rose from the dead and conquered death and sin forever! It’s important to remember this time, just like we celebrate Christmas and Jesus’ birth, we want to remember what Jesus did for us giving his life for ours.