This teaching is based on Ken Boa’s Handbook to Scripture.
1 Kings 9
Ken Boa’s summary of 1 Kings 9
In this famous section of Scripture, Paul describes the “emptying” of the Son of God who became a man—known as the doctrine of kenosis. While it is interesting to investigate the theological concepts regarding the nature of Christ’s “emptying,” to be fixated on that phrase from this passage is to miss Paul’s overall point: Be like Christ.
Being Like Christ
At the end of Philippians 1,Read More
Note: Ken Boa spends the first part of this lesson finishing up his teaching on Ephesians 5. The section on the armor of God begins at 34:39.
Paul concludes his letter to the Ephesians by exhorting his readers to “be strong in the Lord and in the strength of His might” (Ephesians 6:10). As believers our struggle is not against “flesh and blood” (i.e.,Read More
In Ephesians 4 Paul exhorted his readers to walk in a manner worthy of their calling. We are to become in our practice who we already are in our position. In Ephesians 5, He further expounds on what it means to have a worthy walk—to walk in love, in light, and in wisdom.
Walk in Love
As children of God, we are to imitate Him (Ephesians 5:1).Read More