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Delivered By
Will Robbins
Delivered On
February 16, 2020 at 10:30 AM
Central Passage
Ephesians 4:1-16
Ephesians Series


Ephesians 4:1-16 “Walk Worthy”

I. 4:1-4 "Call to Walk Worthy"

   A. Humility & Gentleness: Step with the force of love to leave the imprint of grace.

   B. Patience & Bearing with One another in Love: Move at the speed of love by graciously enduring others.

   C. UNIFY: Strive for unity by keeping pace with peace by the marks of your calling.

II. 4:5-6 The Reasons to Walk Worthy: God is One, He saves us in Unity (Spirit, Son, Father), To become One.

II. 4:7-16 "Provision for Unity through Diversity"

   A. Provision for our walk.

   B. His provision prevents misdirection in our walk.

   C. Each one gifted Each one responsible for unity.

DEVOTIONAL: personal and small groups

Focus Point: The Maturing Church

Ephesians 2:11-22

  • Vv.11-12 Why were Gentiles/ non-Jews separated from God’s people before the arrival of Christ and what did they miss out on as a result?

  • Vv.13-18 What eliminated the hostile wall of religious separation between Jews and non-Jews?

  • In v.17 how did he begin to bring peace?

  • What was the ultimate cost of peace, v.13, v.16b?

  • In what ways do people in the church try to rebuild a religious wall between outsiders and insiders?

  • How can we remove this wall by imitating Christ?

  • V.18 in what ways do we passively keep people from access to faith in Christ?

  • V.19 How can you help your church make others, especially new or different people, feel like fellow citizens rather than strangers?

  • V.20-21 How can you serve others and teach others to join you in building up your local church to reflect the oneness that Christ died to bring to God’s people?

  • What does it take to become friends with others not like you, and why is this an important normal practice in a Christian’s life?

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