in 1 Corinthians 3:1-4, the flesh is not described as sensual living, or any sort of “sin nature,” but is instead the religious mindset that causes people to condemn and accuse others in God’s name. It is a religious sense of superiority based on external behaviors such as ecstatic utterances and fervent conformity to religious laws.
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In Romans 6-8, Paul writes about the flesh. What does he mean by this term? Is it just our physical body? Is it the sin nature? Is it the human tendency to engage in sensual pleasures? The answer is NO to all these questions. Listen to this study to find out what Paul means by the term FLESH.
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This study of Ephesians 6:18-20 looks at the final piece of equipment for the Christian on the field of spiritual battle. We see what this piece of equipment was for the Roman Soldier, what it is for the Christian soldier, and how we can use it to send messages to God and receive messages from Him.
In Ephesians 6:17, Paul writes about the sword of the Spirit, and equates it with the Word of God. This study explains how to take up and use the Sword of the Spirit. We first consider how the sword worked for the Roman soldier, then what the sword is for the Christian, and finally, how we can take up and use the Sword of the Spirit in our daily lives as followers of Jesus.