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Ephesians, Chapter Four, Lesson Two

WALKING IN GRACE   Ephesians 4:7-10             Download this Bible Study


** Last week we learned four characteristics of "walking worthy of our calling", do you recall from Ephesians 4:2 what they were?

1) Humility, 2) gentleness, 3) patience (with the circumstances of life) and
4) forbearance (with the people in our life).

** According to verse three of that passage, if we are always "Walking in Love", what will be our common goal in the body of Christ?

We will be "diligent to preserve the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace".

** Did anyone experience the love and unity of Christ this past week?

Hopefully we all did in our times of fellowship, worship and even social interaction with the other believers in our church family.


** The apostle Paul will focus on our "walk" with Christ throughout the remainder of this letter, but today in particular he is going to show us that if we are "Walking in Grace" we can be very effective for the cause of Christ. Let's turn to Ephesians 4:7-10 and learn together what in means to be "Walking in Grace" and how that can be applied to our daily life.

Read passage (V.7-10)

Opening Prayer

Walking in Grace


V. 7 ** As we begin our passage for today, what does the first word used by Paul indicate?

"But" - a contrast, in this case between the unity of believers and the uniqueness of believers.

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