1:3-14 - Paul declares and worships the supreme value of God who has blessed us in Christ with a glorious redemption aimed at making us praisers of the glory of His grace.
1:15-23 - Paul prays for us that we will experientially know the hope, the riches and the power of this salvation.
2:1-10 - Paul spells out the gospel of grace in regards to the individual: though we were spiritually dead in our sins and under God's wrath, God made us alive in Christ and secured a glorious future. We are saved by trusting in His work.
2:11-22 - Paul spells out the gospel of grace in regards to the new humanity: the cross of Christ reconciles Jew and Gentile to God and to each other and together we become the eschatological temple of God.
3:1-13 - Paul clarifies his role in God's redemptive purpose both as a model of redemptive grace and as a revelatory interpreter of the work of Christ.
3:14-19 - Paul prays that we will be strengthened to experientially grasp the love of Christ and be filled up with God's fulness.
3:20-21 - Paul once again declares and worships the supreme value of God and ascribes to Him glory in the church and in Christ Jesus.
4:1 - Paul moves now to the practical implications for our life as the new humanity: Walk in a manner that fits with the value of Gods calling:
4:2-16 - Specifically, walk in a humble unity amidst of (and by means of!) the diversity of gifts given to the church.
4:17-24 - Paul continues to spell out this walk that fits: Don't walk as the Gentiles since we are no longer darkness but now light in the Lord.
4:25-32 - Paul continues to spell out this walk that fits with a series of contrasts in speech, labor, etc.
5:1-2 - Paul makes a summary statement of the walk that fits in positive terms: Walk in love as Christ loved the church.
5:3-14 - Don't let immorality even be named among you as is proper among saints but let there be thanksgiving.
5:15-21 - Paul now explains how believers can walk in love: Be filled with the Spirit, addressing, singing, making melody, giving thanks and submitting to one another in the fear of Christ.
5:22-24 - Paul now explains what the results of being filled with the Spirit are and also he way in which the fullness of the Spirit is maintained: Wives, submit to your husbands as the church submits to Christ.
5:25-33 - Husbands, love your wives as Christ loved the church.
6:1-3 - Children, obey in the Lord your parents.
6:4 - Fathers, don't provoke your children to anger.
6:5-8 - Slaves, obey your masters from the heart as to the Lord.
6:9 - Masters, treat your slaves as you would Christ.
6:10-20 - Paul concludes the body of his letter by explaining again in other words how believers can walk in a way that fits with the gospel: Be strong in the Lord and His strength by putting on His whole armor, praying.