Thoughts From Ephesians-thought # 34-How To Live Out Your New Identity (Eph. 4:25-32) -Replace Unrighteous Anger with Righteous Anger

This text is an echo of Psalm 4:4. The  Word of God allows a certain type of anger; which one might call righteous indignation. Righteous anger can be defined “holy anger against sin.” Christians must feel anger. We should hate sin like  God does. David wrote, “Hot  indignation seizes me because of the wicked, who […]

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Thoughts From Ephesians-thought # 33-How To Live Out Your New Identity (Eph. 4:25-32) -Replace Lying With Truth Telling

In Zechariah 8:16, we read the  following, “Speak truth to one another.”  Why does Paul tell the  Ephesian Christians and us to do this?  It’s “Because you are members of one body.” (Eph. 4:25) Since we are united together, false and lying words hur the whole body of Christ.  Someone said, “Falsehood stifles unity; truth […]

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Thoughts From Ephesians-thought # 32-How To Live Out Your New Identity (Eph. 4:25-32) -Introduction

In Eph. 4:25-32 Paul instructs us on how our  new life in Christ will reflect oyr  new spiritual identity.  He tells  us that we  must replace our old life habits with righteous and holy  habits– We will break this section in to 5 sections, plus this introductory lesson. Replace Lying With Truth-Telling (Eph. 4:25) Replace […]

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