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10th November 2022

Walk Like An Ephesian


. . .walk in love, as Christ also has loved us and given Himself for us . . .


Ephesians 5:2


We normally think of one's walk as their means of locomotion, or how they move from one place to another. Our walk is something that develops early in our lives, somewhere around the age of 1. However, there is another sense in which this word is used. It can also refer to a person's walk of life. Meaning, what they do with their life and how they live their life can be described as “their walk.”


In the book of Ephesians, Paul uses the word "walk" 6 times. Each time he does, he uses it in the sense of one's conduct or manner of living their life. He is writing to these Ephesian believers to show them how they are to live their lives as they pass through this world as pilgrims and strangers. He is writing to teach them how they are to live their lives.


Look briefly on each of the 6 verses below, because what Paul told the Ephesian believers 2,000 years ago is still valid for us, in our world, today. Take a few minutes to look learn how to 'Walk Like An Ephesian. '


Ephesians 2:10 THE WORKING WALK

Ephesians 4:1 THE WORTHY WALK

Ephesians 4:17 THE WHOLEHEARTED WALK

Ephesians 5:2 THE WONDERFUL WALK

Ephesians 5:8 THE WITNESSING WALK

Ephesians 5:15 THE WISE WALK


How is your walk with the Lord? Have you seen ways it could be better? Have you seen ways that need to change?


Read


Ephesian 5:1-10.

Prayer

Loving Father God, Help me to walk the Christian life. In Jesus name, I ask. Amen


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