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Ephesians, Chapter Four, Lesson Six

WALKING IN KINDNESS   Ephesians 4:25-32             Download this Bible Study

STIMULATE

** If you will open your Bibles to Ephesians, chapter four, I would like to ask to look back at verse 22 from last week's study. How did Paul address the position of a Christian with reference to their old way of life?

They have (by God's grace) repented and laid it aside, no longer following its deceptive demands.

** As we are "Walking in Truth" we will reflect both the righteousness and holiness of our God. To grow in our ability to reflect godly characteristics, we determined last week to look closely at the "habits" of our life. I hope that you made the time to prayerfully remove or add those habits to your walk with the Lord which would enhance the glory He receives from your life!

The Lord has impressed on my own heart the need to spend more time with my beloved wife. As ministry challenges and opportunities present themselves, I must be ever mindful of the first priority that she represents in my life.

MOTIVATE

** For today, as we draw chapter four to a close, let me ask you a question. How do people know that you are a Christian? Is it because you go to church, or carry a Bible, or even pray before you eat a meal? The apostle Paul is going to show us that by "Walking in Kindness" we will be manifesting our Christianity in five specific ways. Let's look at our passage together - Ephesians 4:25-32.

Read passage (V.25-28) (V.29-32)

Opening Prayer

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