Ephesians 4: A Worthy Walk

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 4: A Worthy Walk

A Closer Walk with God

Suffering is a required course in the university of life, one that should lead to you a closer walk with God. In this life, you are being prepared for home. God is using adversity to shape you. God is allowing those things which He is redeeming for your good and His...
Ephesians 4: A Worthy Walk

The Power of God in Us

Paul’s prayer in Ephesians 1:17–19 is life-changing—it reminds us of our identity, causing truth to sink deeply into the fabric of our lives. In particular, this prayer contains three things Paul wants the Ephesian believers to grasp about their position in...
Ephesians 4: A Worthy Walk

Our Glorious Inheritance

In this world, we need to walk in faith, hope, and love. But faith and hope are temporary. One day, we will see Christ in our resurrected body, and there will not be a need for faith and hope. Instead, He will complete our sanctification and we will love Him perfectly...
Ephesians 4: A Worthy Walk

Salvation in Three Tenses

Ephesians 1:3–14 shows us the beautiful truth of our salvation in three tenses. Past Verses 3–6 show us what God did in eternity past. He declared us His own before the foundation of the world. We are not an accident, but He has called us to Him to be like...