As Christians, we are called to be “eager to maintain the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace.” As we walk as Christians, we must be united with our brethren in the Lord’s church. We cannot let division create a rift in our fellowship. It is imperative that we find unity on these seven foundations (the Seven Ones) of Eph. 4:4-6
11/12/17 p.m. sermon
11/5/17 Sunday Bible Class
The story of Balaam’s donkey talking to him is a favorite among many people. Most of us can probably see the look on Balaam’s face when his donkey first starts talking, and then again when no doubt realizes that he is having a conversation with the donkey. But there is much more to the story in Numbers 22
The book of Ephesians, while it should be taken as a unit, has two main parts. The first, in Chapters 1-3, teaches about the church, the beautiful bride of Christ. The second part, chapters 4-6 teaches us about our walk, our lives, as Christians, in a very practical way. While there is a lot of detail worth noting in these chapters, we will save that for later lessons and take a more general overviewing look of these chapters in this lesson.