Sermons on Ephesians
As a Christian, we are told to walk in light; and that also means we ought to walk in fellowship with others who are children of the light of God.
There is one overriding characteristic that is an absolute requirement for Christians–love. We are to love God supremely, love others within the fellowship of believers, love our neighbor, and even love our enemies.
Our walk, our life and lifestyle, is not only supposed to be proper it is supposed to be worthy. Worthy of our calling and worthy of the One doing the calling.
We have a difficult time comprehending the characteristics of God, His nature and attributes. That makes sense, we are a finite being trying to understand an infinite Being. However, that doesn’t mean we can’t have a better understanding, especially a better understanding of God’s love.
How can we give thanks, always, and for everything? That’s what we’re told we’re supposed to do…
The only way a church can accomplish the mission and vision that God has given to the church is if it is a unified church. Unity is not uniformity, but it is an essential element of any church that desires to do what God has called us to do.
Living the Christian life, our “walk,” isn’t really all that complicated.
Whenever we embark on a journey that involves a change of direction, we need some guidance for the new, unexpected path. Thankfully, the Bible gives us that guidance. It’s as simple as becoming an imitator–of God…
How we speak, and how we relate to one another is more important than we may realize. What if our speech and our interactions had an impact on God, as well as an impact on those around us? Would it change the direction you’re heading?
The path that we God intends us to walk is a difficult one. It is a narrow, challenging path. It requires perseverance and dedication to living the way God desires His children to live. It requires us to walk in a completely new direction…