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The passage at the end of Ephesians 5 is the most direct instructions about the roles of different members of the household. Paul, continuing his instructions on living a life worthy of our calling (Eph. 4:1), gives instruction to the Ephesian Christians about how the household and its members should conduct themselves in relation to each other. The traditional view of marriage and roles is upheld. A complementary view of the role of men/women is supported. The interdependence of the family to grow in the grace of Christ and serve the Lord is the goal.
Lesson Aim: To consider how the relationship between Christ and the Church can be an example for relationships between husbands and wives
Society's views on marriage have changed over the years. We've gone from "Leave it to Beaver" to "King of Queens." But what does scripture say about what marriage should look like?
As we look in 1 Peter 3, We are talking about faith for Husbands and Wives.
Paul's practical implications of the message of the gospel in chapters 1-3 now focus on a new topic - the household. Paul exhorts wives to act in loving submission to their husbands, and commands husbands to give up all they have in love for their wives.
This sermon looks at the roles for the husband and wife inside in the marriage relationship. It is sermon one in the series of Marriage done God's Way
Lesson Aim: To consider how the relationship between Christ and the Church can be an example for relationships between husbands and wives.