• In Ephesians 6:5:9 we have a unique text that invites "slave to obey their earthly masters.as you would to Christ."  And then to the "masters" to "not threaten" but that in their relationship with their "slave" to remember that to both the slave and master there is a greater "master in heaven."  What in the world is the Apostle Paul talking about.  


  • Now because these things are in the distant past, about 2000 years ago, the temptation for all of us is to fail to see the relevance of the resurrection story to our lives today.  What difference does it make to our lives that a man claiming to be God did a lot of miracles and was raised from the dead?   How does this story affect the choices I make in life or the problems I face each day?


  • In Deuteronomy 6:6-7, we are encouraged to "Keep God's commands and diligently teach them to our children."   The idea behind the word "diligently" is to "sharpen, prick, or pierce."