The Corporate Life of the Church
The Corporate Life of the Church
Ephesians 4-6
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Sunday Morning Service,  September 27, 2009

In our western culture it is natural to think of ourselves only as individual believers living our lives before God. But the church with Christ created, called His “body,” is a corporate phenomenon. In the second half of Ephesians, Paul explains to us what it means to walk with the Lord as a body of believers living corporately together.

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