A Resume that Lasts Forever

Series: Ephesians: Our True Identity

A Resume that Lasts Forever

January 31, 2021 | Perry Kallis

Passage: Ephesians 3:7-13

Words that are spelled the same but pronounced differently are called heteronyms, such as “resume’ and resume”. The first is a French word with a little accent mark that describes a written summary of your qualifications for a job, while the second is a verb that means to begin something again. History generally agrees that Leonardo da Vinci was the first to use a formal resume’ to apply for a job in 1481. Jobs may come and go throughout our lives, but having a godly summary of our abilities to serve God is even more important because that is a resume’ that lasts forever! In the third chapter of his letter to the Ephesians, the Apostle Paul outlines both his motivation and his spiritual service to God which, likewise, gives us insights for serving God in our own season of history.

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