Walking Worthy - The Book of Ephesians

Walking Worthy - The Book of Ephesians

Paul called upon his fellow believers to "walk worthy of the calling with which they were called." Paul's letter to the Ephesians can be broken up into two primary sections - doctrinal and practical. In the doctrinal section, Paul is explaining the profound depth of their calling in Christ Jesus. In the practical section, Paul reveals how we are to walk worthy of that calling in this world. This series of messages were presented at Family Bible Church located in Martinez, Georgia in 2022.

Episodes

September 25, 2022
* We come to the conclusion of our study of Paul's letter to the church of Ephesus. Paul reminds them that as they seek to "Walk Worthy" of the calling with which they were called, they will be faced with a spiritual war. As Paul told the church in Corinth, "For though we walk in the flesh, we do not war according to the flesh. For the weapons of our warfare are not carnal but mighty in God for pulling down stron...
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* Based upon the greatness of their calling, believers are challenged to "Walk worthy of the calling with which [they] were called." * We have seen Paul's challenge for them to "Walk worthy" in the body of Christ - seeking unity and synergy in the body of Christ; and in the world - living transformed and sanctified lives. We are no longer to think like the Gentiles think; we are no longer to act like the Gentile...
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* Paul shared with the Ephesian believers the greatness of their calling and then challenged them to "Walk worthy of the calling with which [they] were called." * We have seen Paul's challenge for them to "Walk worthy" in the body of Christ - seeking unity and synergy in the body of Christ. We are united having one hope which is founded in us having one Lord, one faith, one baptism ... knowing there is only one...
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* Paul shared with the Ephesian believers the greatness of their calling and then challenged them to "Walk worthy of the calling with which [they] were called." * Two weeks ago, we saw Paul's challenge for them to "Walk worthy" in the body. Understanding our calling, leads for a desire to see unity and synergy in the body of Christ. We will recognize that we have one hope which is founded in us having one Lord...
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* In our study of Paul's letter to the church of Ephesus, we have transitioned into the second half of the letter which is more "practical" in nature. In this section, Paul challenges the believers to Walk Worthy of the Calling with which they were Called. What effect should the bestowal of the grace of God have in our lives practically? * Last week, we saw the effect that the grace of God should have in the body of ...
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* In our study of Paul's letter to the church of Ephesus, we have finished first half in which Paul has encouraged the believers regarding their relationship with the one true God. * Today, we begin considering the second half of the letter which is more "practical" in nature. We took two weeks to study the passage that we arrive at today, as part of our study regarding The Marks of a Healthy Church (on May 22 and May ...
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* In our study of Paul's letter to the church of Ephesus, we come to his second recorded prayer for the believers in Ephesus. * In his first prayer, Paul had prayed for God to grant the believers the Spirit of Wisdom and Revelation in the Knowledge of Him. Today, we will see a similar spiritual desire of Paul for the saints. * As we enter this next portion, we want to consider two parallelisms. * First, THE REASON. Paul st...
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* In his letter to the church of Ephesus, Paul exhorted the believers to "walk worthy of the calling with which they were called." * For the past two weeks we have begun considering Paul's explanation regarding God's sovereign plan for the redemption of man and the spiritual blessings we have received as a result. Paul then reveals his prayer for the believers ... that God would give them the spirit of wisdom and ...
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* In his letter to the church of Ephesus, Paul exhorted the believers to "walk worthy of the calling with which they were called." * For the past two weeks we have begun considering Paul's explanation regarding God's sovereign plan for the redemption of man and the spiritual blessings we have received as a result. Paul then reveals his prayer for the believers ... that God would give them the spirit of wisdom and ...
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* Last week, we began a new series - a study of Paul's letter to the church of Ephesus. * Paul called upon his fellow believers to "walk worthy of the calling with which they were called." The letter can be broken up into two primary sections - doctrinal and practical. In the doctrinal section (comprising chapters 1-3), Paul is explaining to the saints the profound depth of their calling in Christ Jesus. In the practi...
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Today, we begin a new series - a study of the Paul's letter to the church of Ephesus. * In this letter, Paul called upon his fellow believers to "walk worthy of the calling with which they were called." The letter can be broken up into two primary sections - doctrinal and practical. In the doctrinal section (comprising chapters 1-3), Paul is explaining the profound depth of their calling in Christ Jesus. In the practi...
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