Ephesians Chapter 1:
Verses 1-2 Paul, an apostle of Yeshua the Messiah by the will of YHVH, to the saints (Psa 148:14) who are at Ephesus even to the faithful in Messiah Yeshua. Favor be to you, and Shalom, from YHVH our Father, and from Adoneinu Yeshua the Messiah of Israel.
Verses 3-6 Blessed be YHVH and Father of Adoneinu Yeshua the Messiah, who hath blessed us with all spiritual blessings in high places in the Messiah (Num 6:23-27), according as He hath chosen us (Psa 105:6; 135:4) in Him from the beginning, that we should be set apart and be without blemish before Him, because of His love toward us. Having preached beforehand the gospel of our adoption to Himself (Gen 48:5) by means of Yeshua the Messiah (vs. 7); according to the good pleasure of His will, to the praise of the glory of His favor, wherein He hath made us accepted, by His Beloved.
Verses 7-10 In His Beloved we have a goel ha dam (the Hebrew phrase for a kinsmen redeemer, Lev 25:47-55), the release of sins (a phrase describing the work of a kinsman redeemer: reparation and restoration, Jer 31:18-19; 33:7-8), according to the riches of His favor; wherein He hath abounded toward us in all wisdom and prudence; having made known unto us the deeper understanding of His purpose (according to his good pleasure which He hath purposed in Himself), that in the unfolding plan, in the fullness of times, the Father might gather together in one, all (Judah and Israel, Eze 37:21-22,25) in the Messiah, both who are in heaven, and who are in the Land.
"Heaven" is a figure of speech for something that is not in immediate proximity; in this case it refers to Israel, Dan 9:7; Eph 2:17. See Gen 37:9-10. "Earth" or "the Land" refers to Judah. Phil 2:10 mentions those "under the Land" and is a reference to Israel's enemies (see Deu 23:12-14).
Ephesians Chapter 2:
Verses 1-3 Indeed you were dead (expatriated, Isa 9:1-3; Mat 4:16; Luk 15:24; Eze 37:11-14). These deviations from the Truth (1Joh 3:4), that is, your sins, wherein ye followed in time past, according to current practices of this world (Deu 28:36-37; Act 14:11-16), that is after the manner of the prince of the power of the air (an idiom for a leader acting with pseudo authority, John 19:11. Compare these verses: 1Cor 9:26 & 14:9), the spirit (the influence of pseudo authority) that now works in the sons of disobedience (Mat 23:13-15). Among whom also we all had our conduct in times past in the lusts of our flesh, fulfilling the desires of the flesh and of the mind (Mat 15:7-9); and were characteristically, the sons of wrath (Mat 23:33), even as others (see the Sidebar above right regarding the definition of a gentile).
Verses 4-10 But YHVH, who is rich in unmerited favor, for His great love wherewith he loved us (Hos 11:1), even when we were dead in sins (expatriated as a result of breaking covenant), has vivified us (resuscitated Judah and Israel; see the chapter entitled “The Sheep”) with the Messiah of Israel -- by favor ye are repatriated in the Resurrection -- and made us sit together in high places (upon Mount Zion, Oba 17-18) with Messiah Yeshua. That in the ages to come (in the Resurrection) He might show the exceeding riches of His favor by His kindness toward us through Messiah Yeshua. For by favor are ye repatriated through the faithfulness of the Messiah of Israel; and that not of yourselves; repatriation is the gift of YHVH; not of works (the oral reforms and precedents of the Pharisees), lest any man should boast. For we are His workmanship, created in Messiah Yeshua, unto good works (Exo 18:20), which YHVH hath before ordained that we should walk in them.
Verses 11-12 Wherefore remember, that ye were formerly gentiles uncircumcised in the flesh (Col 2:13), even called the Uncircumcision (see the section on Akrobustia in the chapter called "Circumcision") by those who are called 'the Circumcision in the Flesh Made by Hands' (Gal 6:12-13). At that time you were regarded as gentiles because you were separated from the Messiah, being non-participants in the Commonwealth of Israel (Amo 9:11; Act 15:14-19), without a share in the covenants of promise, having no hope and godless in the world ("no hope and godless" is the definition of a gentile, see Eph 4:17-19 in the Holman Christian Standard Bible).
Verses 13-16 But now, in Messiah Yeshua, you who in times past were far off (the House of Israel, Dan 9:7; Jer 31:10; Zec 10:7-9; Isa 43:6) are made near again by the blood-relationship of Messiah (our kinsman redeemer, Lev 25:25, 47-55). For he is our Shalom, who hath made both one (Judah and Israel, Ezek 37:21-22,25), and hath broken down the middle wall of partition (a phrase used to describe a great difference of opinion), having abolished in the days of his flesh (Heb 5:7) the hostility (Isa 11:13), and abolished the law of commandments in dogma (oral laws and Rabbinic reforms that fueled hatred between Judah and Israel); in himself (i.e. without assistance; compare a variant reading of Heb 2:9b: "that he, apart from God, should taste death on behalf of all") in order to make of two (Judah and Israel) one renewed man ("man" or adam refers to the exiles of Israel. See Psa 90:3; Eze 34:30-31; Hos 6:7; etc.), thus producing Shalom (a complete number); and that he might reconcile (exchange enmity with friendship) both to YHVH in one body (one nation, Eze 37:22), by means of the gallows, having slain the hatred in them (2Sam 19:41-43).
Jer 23:6 In the King's days Judah shall be saved, and Israel shall dwell safely. This is the name the King will go by: YHVH has provided Judah and Israel with equity. (GUS paraphrase).
Verse 17 And came and preached Shalom to you former gentiles, who were afar off, and to Judah who was nigh.
Col 1:12-14 Giving thanks to the Father, who has enabled you (the Exiles) to share in the inheritance (the Land, Exo 32:13) of the saints (the House of Judah, Hos 11:12), in the Light (in the Torah, Psa 43:3-4) in that He has rescued us from the domain of darkness (darkness is anywhere outside the Land of Israel, Isa 9:1-3; Isa 49:6; Eze 34:11-12; Luk 2:25-32) and transferred us into the Messianic Kingdom of the Son He loves (repatriation as a result of the Resurrection), in whom we have redemption: the release of sins.
Titus 2:13-14 Looking for that Blessed Hope (Act 23:6; 24:15; 28:20) and appearing of the Glory of our great Elohim (Mat 16:27) -- our Savior Yeshua the Messiah of Israel who gave himself on our behalf (Rom 4:25; 1Cor 15:14-20), that he might rescue us from out of Torah-less-ness (Eze 11:16; 20:34,41) and purify unto himself a peculiar people (1Pet 2:9-10), zealous of good works (Exo 18:20).