Triumphal Feast • Ephesians 5:15-21 “Redeeming the Time” pt. 2

Today’s edition of Triumphal Feast concludes the message “Redeeming the Time.” We live in a society with a consumer mentality and unfortunately that mentality has infiltrated the thinking of God’s people regarding church. Many look for and attend a church that fits their personal taste or that gives them the experience they desire. This attitude is foreign to God’s design for HIS church. Church is about glorifying God in Jesus Christ and learning to live like Christ by loving others. Through submitting ourselves to one another in a single local assembly, we will redeem the time and live our lives to the fullest.

Triumphal Feast • Ephesians 5:15-21 “Redeeming the Time” pt. 1

Time is fleeting. Once it has passed, we cannot physically go back and reclaim it. However, the Apostle Paul teaches us that we can redeem that time by living differently. The closer we are to Christ in our daily walk, the closer we are to eternity! When we seek the good of others rather than pleasing ourselves, we walk on “God’s time” and make the most of our lives.

Triumphal Feast • Ephesians 5:1-17 “Walk Like Children” pt. 2

Today’s edition of Triumphal Feast is the conclusion of the message titled “Walk Like Children.” Last week we learned that God saved us to Himself for His glory. In doing so, He regenerates us so that we are able to glorify Him in our walk as discipleships in His church here in time. Last week’s edition ended in the middle of Ephesians 5:4 with the subject of “jesting.”  We will begin today’s message at that point where we see that Christ never acted for His own benefit but always for the benefit of God’s elect.

Triumphal Feast • Ephesians 5:1-17 “Walk Like Children” pt. 1

Ephesians Series • 17 “Walk Like Children” Ephesians 5:1-17
Paul’s letter to the Church at Ephesus is the perfect example of what a church ought to believe and how it should behave together as a unified church.

The first three chapters stand as an Articles of Faith clearly showing the finished work of Jesus Christ and that salvation is by grace plus nothing. Chapters four through six are a sort of Church Covenant. Here, Paul teaches how to apply the doctrine of grace taught in the first half of the letter to our daily living with one another in the church.

Today’s message begins in chapter five where Paul teaches us to walk in love as children. When we understand and truly believe the doctrine of grace, we are then able to live our lives in the liberty of love knowing that our sonship is secure and preserved by the power of God.

Triumphal Feast • Ephesians 4:17-32 “Walking Instructions” pt. 1

The Apostle Paul begins Ephesians Chapter 4 with instructions for us to walk as the born-again children of God that we are. Further, he shows that this calling is to be an active member of a local assembly where the gifts of the Spirit are employed to strengthen the bonds of fellowship. The last half of the chapter gives specific ways that we should walk together in love as brothers and sisters in Christ.

Triumphal Feast • Ephesians 4:1-3 “Walk Worthy” pt. 1

Having concluded his presentation of the glory of the local church in chapter 3, the Apostle Paul now turns to our calling as born again children of God as active members of a church. In this message, we will see that our true value is only in Jesus Christ. And we only discover the true depth of that worth when we live like Christ for the benefit and blessing of others.