Characteristics of A True Christian 5: Christian Communication Ephesians 4:25-5:2

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Signs of A True Christian (5): Christian Communication Ephesians 4:25-5:2

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Christian Communication Ephesians 4:25-5:2

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The Background of the Text

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The Third Race: No more drawn out Jews - No longer Gentiles— Christians

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The New Man Picture of Old man Picture of Baptism Picture of New man.

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The Imitation of God Eph 5:1 Be imitators of God, subsequently, as sincerely cherished kids.

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The Imitation of Christ Eph 5:2 Live an existence of affection, generally as Christ cherished us and surrendered himself for us.

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The Resulting Behavior These are the pragmatic consequences of being a Christian. On the off chance that being a Christian does not influence our conduct, we are a sorry Christian.

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Topics a. Correspondence. b. Interpersonal Communication. c. Conflict Resolution. d. Happy Relationships.

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Analysis of the Passage: Statement Form Prohibition Positive Rationale Prohibition Positive Rationale

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Statement One: Truth Prohibition 4:25 Therefore each of you should put off misrepresentation and talk honestly to his neighbor, for we are all individuals from one body. Positive Rationale

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Statement Two: Anger Prohibition: "In your outrage don't sin": Positive: Do not release the sun down while you are still irate, Rationale: 4:27 and don't give the fallen angel an a dependable balance . Outrage!!

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Dealing With Anger Eat a third and drink a third and leave the staying third of your stomach discharge. At that point, when you get irate, there will be adequate space for your fierceness. - Babylonian Talmud tractate gittin. Outrage!!

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Anger in the World Today Road Rage Sports Rage Communication Rage This is especially in center in this entry. Outrage!!

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Anger is a Reasonable Emotion; Sometimes Helpful. Be furious, however don't sin! We should remain in control of our feelings. In any case, they made me do it! We can't accuse others–we must control ourselves. Outrage!!

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Signs of Anger in Communication Stomping out of gatherings. Shooting irate letters. Hollering, shouting and yelling. Declining to talk or impart. Ridiculing. Declining to tune in. Deprecating, put downs and mockery. Outrage

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A man's insight gives him tolerance; it is to his radiance to disregard an offense. Adages 19:11 ANGER!!

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ANGER!! An Untrue Proverb Sticks and stones may break my bones, yet words will never hurt me. "Careful with fire" is a word of wisdom we know. "Careful with words" is ten times doubly so. - William Carleton

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ANGER!! The Power of Words can resemble play clubs when utilized malevolently. - Sidney Madwed Words are, obviously, the most capable medication utilized by humanity. - Rudyard Kipling

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Statement Three: Stealing Prohibition: 4:28 He who has been taking must take no more, Positive: yet should work, accomplishing something helpful with his own particular hands, Rationale: that he may have something to impart to those in need.

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Statement Four: Unwholesome Talk Prohibition: 4:29 Do not give any unwholesome talk a chance to leave your mouths, Positive: yet just what is useful for building others up as indicated by their requirements, Rationale: that it might profit the individuals who tune in.

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Summary Statement 30 And don't lament the Holy Spirit of God, with whom you were fixed for the day of recovery. The Holy Spirit is lamented by our detestable words!

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Statement Five: Bitterness 4:31 Get free of all intensity, fury and outrage, fighting and criticism, alongside each type of malignance. 4:32 Be benevolent and merciful to each other, pardoning each other, pretty much as in Christ God excused you.

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Statement Six: Love Positive: 5:1 Be imitators of God, in this way, as beyond all doubt cherished kids Positive: 5:2 and carry on with an existence of affection, (Literally: Walk in adoration) Rationale: pretty much as Christ cherished us and surrendered himself for us as a fragrant offering and give up to God.

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Statement Seven: Purity Prohibition: 5:3 But among you there must not be even an indication of sexual perversion, or of any sort of polluting influence, or of insatiability, Rationale: in light of the fact that these are ill-advised for God's heavenly individuals.

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Statement Eight: Evil Talk Prohibition: 5:4 Nor ought to there be indecency, silly talk or coarse clowning, Rationale: which are strange, Positive: yet rather thanksgiving.

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Statement Nine 5:5 For of this you can make sure: Prohibition: No improper, debased or eager individual—such a man is a worshiper of another god—Rationale: has any legacy in the kingdom of Christ and of God.

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Summary 5:8 For you were once dimness, (Past, negative) yet now you are light in the Lord. (Method of reasoning) Live as offspring of light (Exhortation)

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