Ephesians 6: The Armor of God

Ephesians 6: The Armor of God

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...
Ephesians 6: The Armor of God

Ephesians 5: Being Imitators of God

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...
Ephesians 6: The Armor of God

Ephesians 4: A Worthy Walk

Who are we in Christ? Paul spends the first three chapters of Ephesians reminding its recipients who they are: They have peace and fellowship with God. They are adopted. They are redeemed. They are in Christ. Therefore, they should “walk in a manner worthy of [their]...
Ephesians 6: The Armor of God

Ephesians 3: In Christ

We all need security, significance, and satisfaction. But searching for these in people, possessions, or positions will never be enough. Only in Christ do we find all we need. You were meant for Him, and nothing less will do. Therefore, you need to steward the gospel...
Ephesians 6: The Armor of God

Ephesians 2: Peace in Uncertainty

There is so much uncertainty in this world. We ask who we are, what we are doing here, and where we are going, but the world does not provide answers. Only when we grasp who and whose we are can we have peace in uncertainty. Our identity in Christ is secure, and God...