by Marvin D. Patterson

Walking in the Power of the Holy Spirit of God!
Marvin Patterson
Ephesians 5:18-20

We have learned many wonderful things in the Book of Ephesians. If you will remember, Paul is writing this great Epistle from prison in Rome. His only crime is preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ! Now he has time to write four Epistles while bound in this first of two imprisonments that he will endure. Paul wrote Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, and Philemon while in prison during this imprisonment. In this passage that we will examine tonight, He commands the Christian to be empowered by the Holy Spirit of God, and this is an exciting passage for the child of God who is striving to serve the Lord Jesus Christ!

Ken Trivette offers the following:

There are many things that we buy that contain instructions on how to assemble the product or serve the purpose of showing us how to use what we purchased. Recently, I came across a list of actual instructions that came with certain products that you might find interesting.

On a Sears hairdryer were the instructions, "Do not use while sleeping." How many of you do your hair while your sleeping?

On a bag of Fritos were the instructions, "You could be a winner! No purchase necessary. Details inside."

On some Swann frozen dinners were the instructions, "Serving suggestion: Defrost."

On a package of Marks and Spencer Bread Pudding were found the words, "Product will be hot after heating."

How about this one? On packaging for a Rowenta iron were the instructions "Do not iron clothes on body."

I like this one. On Boot's Children's cough medicine were the instructions, "Do not drive car or operate machinery." I have always felt we could do a lot to reduce accidents if we kept 5-year-olds off fork lifts.

On Nytol sleep aid were the words, "Warning: may cause drowsiness."

On a Korean kitchen knife were the instructions, "Warning: keep out of children." Not, keep out of reach of children, ...

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