1. According to 6:1, what are children required to do?

2. What is the first commandment with a promise attached to it?
    (Read Exodus 20:12 and Ephesians 6:2-3)  Explain this promise.

3. What are fathers not to do?  (6:4)

4. What must fathers do?  (6:4)

5. Servants (employees) are required to do what?  (6:5)

6. What would Paul say about someone who only works
      really hard…...when the boss is looking?  (6:6-7)

7. How can you maintain a positive attitude when working for a really hard boss?  (6:7-8)

8. According to 6:9, under what obligations does God put employers?

9. Servants (employees) have a master (employer) but the boss must answer to whom?  (6:9)

10. What does Paul desire that the Ephesians become?  (6:10)

11. List all six pieces of the Christian’s “armor.”

12. Why is only one, out of all these pieces of armor, a defensive weapon?

13.  Explain fully how earthly warfare differs from spiritual warfare.    (6:12)

14.  What word is used three times in 6:13-14?

15.  List those six pieces of armor again….and also list their spiritual “ counterparts.” 
            (Example: the loincloth represents truth, etc.)

16. A shield is used to stop what?  (6:16)

17. Read Hebrews 4:12 and Ephesians 6:17.
    Explain why the Word of God is often seen as a “sword.”

18. How often should you pray?  (6:18)

19. Paul uses strong language here concerning prayer.
      What should prayer always be?  (6:18)

20. What is Paul’s earnest prayer request in 6:19-20?

21 What does this suggest to you about Paul’s ministry?  Explain.

22. Name the believer who acted as Paul’s postman to deliver this
      letter to the Ephesian church family.  (6:21-22)

23. According to 6:23, what was Paul’s desire concerning the saints at Ephesus?

24. As Paul closes his letter, what does he desire for all those
      who love the Lord Jesus Christ?

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

CONGRATULATIONS !

If you have ” Walked-thru ’ all six chapters of Ephesians,
    you have completed 150 questions.

We trust your efforts will be richly rewarded.

Your comments will be appreciated.


                                    - Dr. John & Doris Knoles

 

 


Comments

Commenting is not available in this channel entry.