Flavored or Filled?

Series: Ephesians: Our True Identity

Flavored or Filled?

February 07, 2021 | Perry Kallis

Passage: Ephesians 3:14-21

Have you ever run out of gasoline in your car? The car engine sputters, then coasts to a stop. For some reason, it seems almost irresistible not to release the gas tank cover latch, get out, open the tank cover and look into the gas tank (as if we expect to see something that confirms our dilemma). Upon opening, we catch the whiff of gasoline, but alas, no mere aroma will bring power back into that engine. We need real fuel.

In our passage for the sermon, Paul prays that believers in Ephesus will be “filled with the fullness of God” so they can be powered to serve. Join us as we review the practical actions for which God wants His children to be filled as we serve Him today.

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