The Relationship Foundation

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Pastor Steve Hull



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Today we turn to Ephesians 5:21-6:9 as we think about how the Spirit works in our relationships. One of the natural outcomes of being filled with the Spirit is that we look out for the good of others – a mutual submission to one another. We do this, remembering that Christ is the focal point of our faith, and all we do is for the glory of him.





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