It didn’t take much. A chariot, some fanboys, and a daily ploy to convince the people of Israel he was more available than David, and Absalom stole the hearts of the people. Some cunning, some persistence, and they were in his pocket. (200 Words / 2 Minutes) Read More
Paul has just instructed his readers to imitate the love of God as demonstrated in the sacrificial cross of Christ (Ephesians 5:1-2). Our love is to be one which lays aside the self and lives for the betterment of others. It might seem odd, then, to hear Paul immediately move into an exhortation to flee sexual immorality, sexual impurity, and sexual covetousness. How is this an imitation of the love of God? (800 Words / 4 Minutes) Read More
Paul dreamed of the church. In so doing, he introduced a beautiful truth: the universal church is one because the Triune God is one. (3 Minutes / 500 Words) Read More
Paul went on to detail three disadvantages the nations (the non-Jewish world) were under before Christ came and died on His cross. He attached an exhortation to these disadvantages — remember them. He desired the grafted in Gentile believers in every generation of the church to recall the divide, the lostness, they were previously under.
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Teaching outline for Ephesians 3:14-21. Read More
Teaching outline for Ephesians 2:11-22. Read More
Teaching notes for Ephesians 2:1-10. Read More
Teaching outline for Ephesians 1:15-23. Read More
Teaching outline for Psalm 133.