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Understanding the gospel is only the beginning. Proper understanding leads to proper action. In a church, this means always working on your relationships with one another.
After proclaiming the glory of the gospel of God, Paul reminds the Ephesians to walk in a manner worthy of their calling. This includes relating relationally to each other, growing in maturity, and building the body of Christ in love.
I took a break from the Ephesians series to talk about spiritual leadership, deacons, and servanthood because we are asking some more men to serve as deacons. I'll be back to Ephesians next week.
In 2 Peter 1:1, Peter views himself as a servant first and an apostle second. This example shows us that our titles and tasks are functions of our servant status. We are all servants first.
You cannot take a trip without having a plan. Likewise, we cannot know how best to serve God without knowing his plan. In Ephesians 1-3, Paul outlines the plan of God, teaching that it is for our benefit, for the praise of his glory. When we know his plan, we can live his plan.
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