The Manifold Wisdom Of God (Ephesians 3:1–13)

Ephesians declares that the Church is the manifold wisdom of God made known in the world. In the ancient Church, Christians were sometimes mistaken for atheists. They stuck out like sore thumbs because they did not worship the ubiquitous gods of their age. Is the Church today in any way comparable? Is the Church today the manifold wisdom of God made known to the world? Modern Christians too, should stick out like sore thumbs, and not for bad reasons—but rather for commitment to following Jesus.

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Putting God First This Holiday Season: Ephesians 1

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The following sermon, preached on October 30th, 2016, examines how we need to put God first this holiday season. Is Christ the center of your life? Or, are we letting the world creep in at the edges and take what is rightfully God’s, much like the world stole Halloween?

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