Ephesians 5:11 -- Read in context.  Both of the chapter and of the entire book (letter from Paul to the church at Ephesus.)

Ephesians -- Read in context. Both of the chapter and of the entire book (letter from Paul to the church at Ephesus.

Ephesians 5:11. Abolish Human Abortion.

Ephesians And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather reprove them.

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Put on the full armor of god so that when the day of evil comes, you may be able to stand your ground and after you have done everything to stand, stand firm then.

I am... A daughter of the King [Galatians 3v26] ; God-fearing [Proverbs 31v30] ; Steadfast in the love of Christ [Romans 8:31v38] ; Redeemed [Ephesians 1v7] ; Loved [Isaiah 43v3] ; Beautiful [Pslam 139v13-16] ; Worth far more than rubies [Proverbs 31v10] ; More than make-up  clothes [1 Peter 3v3-4] ; Free [John 8v36] ; Worth it [Romans 5v6-8] ; Victorious [Philippians 4v13] ; Joyful [John 15v11] ; Transformed [Romans 12v2] ; Dignified [Proverbs 22v11] ; Favoured [Proverbs 8v35].

Even if my loved ones or people have compared me to the things that they believe is greater and had me question for 1 second; i know as a fact I much more then my mistakes. In Gods eyes I am beautiful and a princess.

"Why reprove rebuke and exhort? It may sound redundant and excessive at first as if Paul was saying 'Rebuke rebuke by all means rebuke!' The three words are related but distinct each highlighting a critical aspect of healthy biblical correction.  The word Paul uses here for 'reprove' appears several other times in his letters and can mean simply to rebuke (Titus 1:13) or correct (Matthew 18:15). But in most or all of the uses it means to reprove by exposing sin or fault. For instance Paul…

"Why reprove rebuke and exhort? It may sound redundant and excessive at first as if Paul was saying 'Rebuke rebuke by all means rebuke!' The three words are related but distinct each highlighting a critical aspect of healthy biblical correction. The word Paul uses here for 'reprove' appears several other times in his letters and can mean simply to rebuke (Titus 1:13) or correct (Matthew 18:15). But in most or all of the uses it means to reprove by exposing sin or fault. For instance Paul…

Hug Me Jesus ❤JESUS LOVES US❤ Shirley'sLove PRAYER AMEN EPHESIANS 5:11-12 11. Have no part in the things that people in darkness do, which produce nothing good. Instead, tell everyone how wrong those things are.  12. Actually, it is shameful to even talk about the things those people do in secret. ❤JESUS LOVES US❤

Hug Me Jesus ❤JESUS LOVES US❤ Shirley'sLove PRAYER AMEN EPHESIANS 5:11-12 11. Have no part in the things that people in darkness do, which produce nothing good. Instead, tell everyone how wrong those things are. 12. Actually, it is shameful to even talk about the things those people do in secret. ❤JESUS LOVES US❤

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