Are you looking for some biblical wisdom on how to live in these evil days? Listen in as we consider Ephesians 5:15-17 and how we ought to walk wisely, make the best use of our time, and understand the will of the Lord.
The works that are pleasing to the Lord are not works of darkness. Listen in today, as we explore Paul’s explanation of how we are called to live in light, expose with light, and bear fruit of light, as children of God who have been transformed by his grace.
How does being saved by Christ change how we relate to others? Listen in today as we finish Paul’s admonishments to the church in Ephesus in Ephesians 4:25-32. Let’s discover how destructive bitter anger is and how to put away sin and cultivate love, peace, holiness, and unity in the church.
Do you grieve the Holy Spirit? Listen today, as we continue to consider Ephesians 4:25-32, and Paul’s admonishment to us about the believer’s new life in Christ. We’ll consider how stealing and unwholesome speech fail to build up the community and grieve God’s Spirit.
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Paul calls us to speak the truth and deal with anger, both of which impact the community. So, how should we live among others within the church and outside of it? Listen in as we examine Ephesians 4:25-32 on how Christians should speak and act differently from the world.
In our passage today, Paul contrasts the lifestyle of those outside of Christ, who are dead in sins and deceitful desires, with those who are in Christ, who have learned the truth and have been and are being renewed in their minds. Listen in today and consider that to be in Christ is to be changed to walk in a new way of life.
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Do you know how sin affects your life? Do you realize the danger of living like the rest of the world, without God and without hope? Do you want to learn how to walk in the light of Christ and his gospel? Listen in and hear how the apostle Paul warns us and calls us to live differently in Christ.