Sermons on Ephesians 4 More sermons: Ephesians 4
Put off & Put on
Shared by: Ken Henson on Sep, 2016
Summary: We all have ideas and ideals of how things are and how they should be that have been shaped by our experience and our world. Paul is saying we need to look away from the world to develop new values and thoughts based on God's values.
Living for Jesus 24/7
Shared by: Derek Geldart on Jan, 2016
Summary: Paul in Ephesians 4:17-19 is insisted that the church of Ephesus no longer live with their former rags of sin! The light that pointed out their sin and used to offend them was now to be seen as living waters that sustains them!
Series: Put off the Former Self
Going Deeper - Defusing Anger
Shared by: Ernie Arnold on Aug, 2015
Summary: This is a deeper study going along with the Sermon Defusing Anger - it is looking at practical ways to deal with anger. This is to be used in a small group. I want to thank Dr. Stanley and Joyce Meyer along with others for the background of this message.
Series: Caring For God's People
Change our walk~Walk our Change
Shared by: Scott Spencer on Feb, 2015
Summary: Conventional wisdom. It may truly be conventional, but it may not always be wise. In fact, we are not called to live by conventional wisdom. We are called to live by obedience to the Word of God.
Unity: Living the Life – Part 6 of 6
Shared by: Graham Kettle on Oct, 2014
Summary: Do we live like Christ’s Disciples, or are we tending towards the ‘pagan’ lifestyle? If we are true Disciples, then we have no choice, for we do what the Master requires of us. If we don’t care what the Master says, then we are living more like the pagan.
Series: Unity is The Father's Heart
Change Your Clothes
Shared by: C. Philip Green on Jul, 2014
Summary: If we want to build strong relationships for a strong church then replace old habits with new. Replace lying with the truth, anger with peace, stealing with sharing, hurtful words with helpful ones, and bitterness with forgiveness.
Living by a new Standard
Shared by: Billy Ricks on May, 2014
Summary: Paul called the Ephesians to put off the old and put on the new. He is calling us to live by the new standard of Christ.
Grieving the Holy Spirit
Shared by: Arthur Miller on Apr, 2014
Summary: What does it mean to Grieve the Holy Spirit? How does finite man grieve infinite God? Eph. 4:30 seems strange at first glance, but we will see that this verse fits in perfectly with the rest of the passage.
Language of Edification
Summary: The tongue is a destructive force that can spew the stench of a rotten heart, but we are called to speak only what is constructive to others. We need to be thinking about our words and changing our attitudes about people while God transforms our lives.
Stealing and Labor
Summary: We here the phrase I can't afford to work. The implication is that if I work I will earn less than not working. Eph. 4:28 says that is stealing! The reason I believe many hold this wrong concept and steal is they do not understand God's design for work.
"I Am New"
Shared by: Sean Harder on Mar, 2014
Summary: Why not use this Lenten season to work on your relationship with Christ, to invest as much in this most important relationship, as you do in other relationships in your life, so that you can feel like the new you is rising with Him at Easter.
Series: Who Do You Think You Are?
The Christian Walk 101 - Dealing with Anger
Summary: In our Christian walk we have many challenges. I see one of the most difficult tasks is learning how to deal with anger. Anger divides where Christ desires unity. We must daily work on dealing properly with our anger.