Politics of the Kingdom – Gospel in Life
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Politics of the Kingdom

Tim Keller |  May 16, 1993

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Topics:
  • The Church (Unity, Fellowship, Leadership)
Duration:
33:11
Scripture:
Ephesians 2:19-22
SKU:
RS 237-39

Ephesians 2 paints a picture of the church as a home where God lives. It tells us that when we become Christians, we move from being strangers to being part of God’s family. This big change in our lives asks us to live as Christians, even though it’s a strange mix of being both good and not so good at times. The passage ends by reminding us to live in line with who we really are as part of God’s family and to remember the promises God has made to us.

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