Ephesians 4: August 1997

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This chapter begins to teach us the responsibility of those who, as believers in the Lord Jesus Christ, are blessed with such wonderful blessings as the Apostle has been presenting in the first three chapters. The Apostle first pleads that believers walk worthy of the position that they occupy in Christ in glory. He shows that practical Christianity is vital to those who, by faith in Christ, are members of His body.
1. What is the character of the “old man” that believers are to “put off”?
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2. What is the bond in which believers are to seek to keep the “unity of the Spirit”? Ephesians 4:___
3. What did Christ first do before He “ascended” into glory?
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4. What are believers to “put on” in a practical way? Ephesians 4:___
5. What has God “for Christ’s sake” done for each believer?
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