When we die in the flesh, we are removed only from our contemporaries. But we are not dead at all.
In Ephesians 6, Paul is holding the father accountable. Children are God’s precious cargo, and the father, not the mother, will have to give account for how the kids were raised.
There should be mutual submission because the unit is one; because the unit is one there should be mutual submission.
When we walk in disobedience, we partner not with God, but with Satan. This is a losing deal producing pain, heartache and emptiness.
We should all learn self-discipline in our walk with the Lord and spend time alone with HIm praying, praising, reading and learning, seeking His guidance.
Through the Holy Spirit and Jesus, I can have peace with God. What better gift could I receive in my entire life?
If you remember nothing else today, remember that “God can do much more than we ask or even think.” God’s power has no limits. His Grace is undeniable.
In my last blog, we began unpacking the Book of Ephesians with chapter 1. The central focus in this chapter was the purpose and power of God which concentrated the blessings God gave us through Christ with his resurrection and ascension. Today we continue to chapter 2 where we find the main theme of…