Sermons on Ephesians
If we have not experienced the grace of God, it’s difficult to offer the grace of God. If we don’t know the compassion of God, it’s difficult to express the compassion of God. But when we recognize the kind of love that God has for us, it becomes the way in which we treat and love others.
God has given you all you need through the spiritual armor mentioned in Ephesians 6 and through Jesus Christ to be victorious. But you do have to chose to put the armor on.
God will use us, his people, for good works. He created us to live life through His grace.
If any man or woman is in Christ, they are a new creation. The old ways of life become a thing of the past. There are new ways of living that come from being found in Jesus.
Prayer really is the way you demonstrate faith in God’s Word and trust in His will. You truly cannot prioritize God’s will without praying.
Unity and love will naturally happen when we determine, that in God’s power, we will put others before ourselves.
Abiding in Christ means our thoughts, our ways are not the truth that guides us. It’s God’s way, God’s thoughts, God’s truth that guides us. When we hunger and thirst for the things of God, when we call on God consistently, when God’s values, ways, agenda, and plans are our desire, when we surrender, we will be abiding in Christ and we will live our call and our purpose.
Let us hold tightly without wavering to the hope we affirm, for God can be trusted to keep his promise. Let us think of ways to motivate one another to acts of love and good works. And let us not neglect our meeting together, as some people do, but encourage one another, especially now that the day of his return is drawing near.
God wants what is best for all of us, He has given us clear instruction for living a life that is connected to Him and empowered by Him. It’s all right here in the bible.
God loves us because we are His creation. We are a part of His family, and He loves us as His children. The scriptures affirm this over and over again.