Contributed by Daniel Devilder on Oct 19, 2006
Most strikingly we are called to remember the walls of Hostility between God/man and man/man, and how in Christ we find peace, as he tears down the walls, building us up instead into a holy temple where he dwells. Our "remembering" provides the motivatio
The Sermon was preceded by the prayer of a “broken man” expressing his thankfulness for all the Lord had done for him. It was a prayer prayed in light of what Ephesians was teaching us about all the blessings from God in Christ, from the abundance of the Lord’s riches.
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