Indicative-Imperative

Throughout Scripture, we are never instructed to do anything without first being reminded of who we are. Behavior always follows belief. Who we are informs what we do. We see this in the letters of Paul. The letter to the Ephesians is a perfect example of this. The first three chapters explain who we are in Christ and the last three chapters give us instructions of what life should look like as followers of Jesus, as transformed people. 

 

Download Audio (right click link and select, "Save As" to download) 

Download Study Guide (left click link to download) 


Sermon Archive