As the Nehemiah work force draws near to the completion of the wall, a few of their old adversaries try one last time to stop them from finishing, using a whole host of tactics to discourage them; tactics the devil still seeks to use against God’s people today.
Paul uses the final words of his letter to remind the Ephesians of all he has shared with them in this letter, encouraging them to stay strong and keep the faith! N.B due to technical issues, this recording is of poor quality.
When the city is on its highest alert to foreign invaders, an unlikely enemy arises amongst them… themselves! In our message to day we discover how a strong team can quickly be destroyed by division.
As Paul draws his letter to a close, he shares some harsh realities about the Christian life with his readers and tells them how to stand firm when facing trails & temptations of every kind; advice we would do well to listen to as well.
Paul has already prayed twice in this letter for the believers in Ephesus, but now it his turn to ask them to pray for him. It is in this request, and in the many others like it found within some of his other letters, we find how we can pray more effectively for those involved…
With things progressing nicely on the construction of the wall, it is no surprise that opposition soon comes in many different forms. But how did the people deal with it? How did Nehemiah lead the people through it? What can we learn about facing opposition in our own lives? Well lets find out!
In this weeks message we discover how the gospel shapes us in our relationships at home & in the work place.
In our message today we look at one of the more controversial passages in Ephesians; a passage that speaks of what marriage shaped by the gospel looks like and how it works.
What does it take for a group of people to have an impact when seeking to bring about great change? Well that’s what we discover in our study on Nehemiah chapter 3.
In part 10 of our study on Ephesians we look at 3 great questions. What’s the problem with getting drunk with wine? What does it mean to be ‘Spirit filled’? What does a ‘Spirit filled’ Christian look like?