Fullness of the Spirit uses Paul’s letters to the Ephesians and Galatians to explain the eleven fruits and nine gifts of the Holy Spirit. This relaxed sermon clarifies the imparting of Yahweh’s Soul unto Adamkind before proving Christ’s own teachings regarding Christian living. By contrasting the lusts of the flesh with the works of the Spirit modern Christians can better arm themselves against any “spiritual” antichrist.
Ephesians (Part #12) completes our lengthy investigation of Paul’s writings by providing a concise summary of his entire letter before describing the Gospel panoply in detail. How can the faithful equip these pieces of “spiritual armor” today? What does each part represent? Paul closes his epistle by reminding the Ephesians “We wrestle not against flesh and blood but spiritual wickedness in high places.”
Ephesians (Part #11) continues to discuss the hierarchy of Yahweh by examining Paul’s commandments to children and servants. Why is God considered no respecter of persons? Who ultimately sees to our needs as a people? This sermon scrutinizes the fifth commandment from Exodus 20:12 and describes the promises that come with obedience to others which is likened unto obeying our Father Yahweh.
Ephesians (Part #10) mostly scrutinizes two politically incorrect commandments from Paul: “Wives submit yourselves unto your husbands” and “Husbands love your wives.” This sermon outlines the Christian family and nation by proving Paul instructed the Ephesians from the Old Testament regarding this “great mystery” of oneness. We are all members of one Body through Yahshua who is the church!
Ephesians (Part #09) deals with secular men that deceive our people with vain words and Paul’s commandments to reprove their deeds. This upbeat sermon provides a Bible study from both the Psalms and Isaiah to demonstrate Paul extensively taught the Old Testament throughout his epistles. Also discussed is spiritual drunkenness and the resurrection of the “dead in Christ” before the final Kingdom age.
Ephesians (Part #08) covers Paul’s commandments to abstain from fornication, uncleanliness and covetousness after being renewed in the Holy Spirit or abstaining from the former way of the Gentiles. What does “let him that stole steal no more” mean? Why are the faithful seed of Israel’s race forbidden from speaking ANY “corrupt communication?” These answers are provided in this energetic sermon.
Ephesians (Part #07) continues to stress the importance of not giving place to the devil by abstaining from sin. “Be ye angry and sin not” and “put away lying” are commands of Paul from this epistle. In the fourth chapter of Ephesians the apostle speaks considerably on putting off the old man and becoming renewed in the Spirit so this sermon teaches on the many positions within the Body of Yahshua Christ.
Ephesians (Part #06) begins the second “half” of Paul’s letter to Ephesus by confirming there is no conspiracy regarding the authorship nor structure of this book. This segment deals with staying in the “unity of the Spirit” and deals mostly with the topic of oneness. Was water baptism done away with? What is the manner of the Gentiles? These questions and more are answered in this illustrious sermon.
Ephesians (Part #05) examines parts of the “mystery of godliness” in establishing the author’s intention in converting Gentiles in Ephesus to the Gospel. This general epistle to the Ephesians deals with the topic of grace extensively thus this sermon proves Yahweh created ALL things by Yahshua our Savior. Also covered is Paul’s tenfold prayer for the blessings of Yahweh which teaches “world without end. Amen.”
Ephesians (Part #04) deals with “the dispensation of God’s grace” according to Paul by explaining the difference between Israelites and Gentiles in canonized scripture. In his letter to Ephesus the apostle Paul claims the faithful are “an habitation for Yahweh” and instructs former strangers on how they can become fellowcitizens through the groundwork of the Old Testament prophets and newer apostles.