As Rabbi Steve Berkson concludes the letter to the Ephesians we understand that we are no longer considered Gentiles, outside of the camp, but through Messiah Yeshua have been brought together with the community of the chosen, fellow citizens, along with the covenants and promises. With that, we are to walk in obedience to Torah, imitating Elohim (5:1).
What does it mean to be “subject to each other”? (vs 21)
Why did the apostle Paul start talking about husbands and wives, children and parents, servants and masters?
Is there more to understanding chapters 5 and 6 than what you have been taught previously? What does “do not provoke your children” mean? (6:4) What is the “Critical Transition”?
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