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Sermons on “Ephesians”

How to parent well

God created the family unit and gave roles and responsibilities to parents and children.
This talk unpacks these roles and provides guidance from God’s Word on how to fill these responsibilities.

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Let’s Sing!

Most people love to sing. We give praise in our church services by singing. But in our conversations, we seldom talk about worshiping in song. Why do we sing, how do we do it, and what are the benefits of singing?

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Spiritual warfare!

What is spiritual warfare, and how do we fight it? Paul has given the answers in his letter to the Ephesian church. Listen to this talk and be reminded on how to prepare for when evil strikes.

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Being filled with the Spirit

Christians have already received the Holy Spirit, so why did Paul teach the Ephesian church to be “filled with the Spirit”? Listen to this talk to understand the importance of not only having, but being filled with the Holy Spirit.

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Morality

Paul has a clear message about sexuality to the Ephesian church. How do modern-day Christians apply this teaching? Listen to the talk.

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The clothes that we wear

The clothes that people wear often identify the role that they fulfill. For example, a police officer is recognised by his/her uniform. So too for Christians – our lifestyles should identify the roles that we were chosen for. How does this work in practice? Listen to this talk.

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Disunity in the world

Much of that strife which we experience on earth is characterised by lack of harmony. In this letter, Paul urges the Ephesians to live in harmony. What did he mean, and why is his message important to us today?

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Living effective Christian lives

Even though writing from prison, Paul made in clear that he considered it an absolute privilege to take the gospel to the early church. Listen how Paul found his comfort. Then, be challenged – are you living an effective Christian life?

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The scarcest resource

Peace is the rarest resource in the world. Why is peace so hard to find; what is the key to peace? Listen to what the Bible teaches.

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Why do we pray?

In this passage, Paul prays for the early church to realise the power of prayer that God has made available to them. As Christians today, how do we view the importance of prayer? Do we suffer a kind of “prayer apathy”? Listen carefully to this talk.

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