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Ephesians 4:6-17 The human body is an amazing machine, created with God's own imagination and wisdom. Consider this: a normal adult has over 200 bones and 900 hundred ligaments; the heart pumps around 2,000 gallons of blood every day; a single cell of the human brain has as much storage space as five encyclopedias. When one organ is not working properly, everything is thrown off balance. With all this in mind, there's a reason that the Apostle Paul repeatedly likened the church to a body.
Just as Jesus broke down the walls between Jews and Gentiles in the early church, He continues today through His Body, the Church, to raise us all to new life and pull us to Himself. As Jesus does this, we become unified together.
Sermon on Ephesians 3:1-13 by Pastor Dan Hendley. #49 in the Ephesians series.
Ephesians 4:1-6 A street-wise pastor once said, "We all like diversity until we meet someone who’s not like us." In theory, the church should be the clearest picture of people setting aside their individual preferences for ONE common purpose: to magnify God by exalting Christ and rejoicing in his salvation. But is it really possible for people of all backgrounds, nationalities, personality types, generations, attitudes, and gifts to put what separates them aside and live in unity?
Ephesians 3:14-21 Call it an exercise in futility: we pray and plan, work, attend conferences, read books, establish accountability, and yet it seems like we never really change. We still keep giving in to the same temptations and in our hearts we know that our lives just aren't where we want them to be. The desire is there. But not the power. What are we missing?
We are not just trophies collecting dust on a shelf. We are, by God's grace, living and breathing "masterpieces" that God Himself is creating to bring Him glory and to show us the fulness of His love....