On those words in Deuteronomy 32:47, the JewsF1T. 10 Finally, be strong in the Lord and in his mighty power. Read verse in New International Version 7. ; doing what they do. 26 Be ye angry, and sin not: let not the sun go down upon your wrath: 27 Neither give place to the devil. 2 “Honor your father and mother”—which is the first commandment with a promise— 3 “so that it may go well with you and that you may enjoy long life on the earth.”[ a] 4 Fathers,[ b] do not exasperate your children; 25 Wherefore putting away lying, speak every man truth with his neighbour: for we are members one of another. Exhortations to mutual forbearance and union. In Colossians 3:20 it is ευαρεστον — euareston (well-pleasing). only here and Acts 4:29; Acts 9:1. (5-9) All Christians are to put on spiritual armour against the enemies of their souls. 1, 2. The New John Gill Exposition of the Entire Bible . Second aorist active subjunctive of γινωσκω — ginōskō Just as in Colossians 4:8 he had not written ινα ειδητε — hina eidēte in Ephesians 6:21. 21. fol. Ephesians 6:3 “that it may be well with thee, and thou mayest live long on the earth” “May”: The promise is generally the rule, yet some godly young men and women do die early in life (like Jesus and John the Baptist) and some very wicked people end up living long and prosperous lives ( Psalms 73:1-14 ). But as servants of Christ (αλλ ως δουλοι Χριστου — all' hōs douloi Christou). 6. fol. 3. ; from whom the apostle seems to have taken these phrases, as being in common use among the Jews; who also use it of civil governorsF9Bereshit Rabba, sect. And then adds, that the reasons of his sending Tychicus, whom he describes by his relation to him as a brother, and his affection for him, and by his office as a minister, and his faithfulness in it, were, that they might be acquainted with his circumstances, in what state and condition he was, both with respect to things temporal and spiritual, and that their hearts might be comforted by him, Ephesians 6:21. See also Ephesians 4:24. EPHESIANS CHAPTER 4. as to the Lord, and not to men; not merely because it is the will of men, and they are commanded by them, and in order to please them, but because it is the will of the Lord, and is wellpleasing in his sight. The JewsF23Bereshit Rabba, sect. 7. Paul wishes their prayer for courage for himself. In this chapter the apostle goes on with his exhortations to relative and domestic duties, and considers those of children and parents, and of servants and masters; and next he exhorts the saints in general to constancy and perseverance in the exercise of grace, and the performance of duty in the strength of Christ, and with the use of the armour of God described by him; entreats them to pray for him; gives the reasons of sending Tychicus, who brought them this epistle, and closes it with his apostolical salutation. 51. See Ephesians 6:13. And the epistle is concluded with the apostle's salutation; and the persons saluted are the brethren of this church, and all that love Christ Jesus sincerely; and the blessings wished for are peace, love, with faith and grace; the persons from whom they are desired are God the Father, and the Lord Jesus Christ, Ephesians 6:23. “To us the wrestling is not.” Παλη — Palē is an old word from παλλω — pallō to throw, to swing (from Homer to the papyri, though here only in N.T. 12 For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms Neither by words; by unjust and, unreasonable commands; by contumelious and reproachful language; by frequent and public chidings, and by indiscreet and passionate expressions: nor by deeds; preferring one to another; by denying them the necessaries of life; by not allowing them proper recreation; by severe and cruel blows, and inhuman usage; by not giving them suitable education; by an improper disposal of them in marriage; and by profusely spending their estates, and leaving nothing to them: not but that parents may, and ought to correct and rebuke their children; nor are they accountable to them for their conduct; yet they should take care not to provoke them to wrath, because this alienates their minds from them, and renders their instructions and corrections useless, and puts them upon sinful practices; wrath lets in Satan, and leads to sin against God; and indeed it is difficult in the best of men to be angry and not sin; see Colossians 3:21. (25-32) Commentary on Ephesians 4:1-6 (Read Ephesians 4:1-6) The last weapon is prayer, and takes in all sorts of prayer, mental and vocal, public and private; and every branch of it, as deprecation of evils, petitions for good things, and thanksgiving for mercies: and which should be used always: this stands opposed to such who pray not at all, or who have prayed, but have left it off; or who pray only in distress, and it suggests, that a man should pray as often as he has an opportunity; and particularly, that he should make use of it in times of darkness, desertion, and temptation: and this, when performed aright, is performed "in the Spirit"; with the heart, soul, and spirit engaged in it; it is put up with a true heart, and a right spirit, and without hypocrisy; in a spiritual way, and with fervency, and under the influence, and by the assistance of the Spirit of God. & Vajikra Rabba, sect. Ephesians 4:32 Parallel Verses [⇓ See commentary ⇓] Ephesians 4:32, NIV: "Be kind and compassionate to one another, forgiving each other, just as in Christ God forgave you." Chapter Contents. whether he be bond or free; a bondman or a free man, a master or a servant. in ib. 1. Bible > Ephesians > Chapter 4 > Verse 32 Ephesians 4:32 STU XRF TSK COM LEX . & Jerus. T. Bab. 2 t “Honor your father and mother” (this is the first commandment with a promise), 3 “that it may go well with you and that you may live long in the land.” 4 Fathers, do not provoke your children to anger, u but … their Head. And there were ways of quenching the fiery darts alluded to; which was done by skins and hides of beasts made wet, or anointed with alumF19Ammian. Deorum, l. 2. p. 89. . Hieros. The JewsF26Misna Peah, c. 1. sect. Robertson's Word Pictures of the New Testament . (Ephesians 3:6.) "Hearken unto thy father that begat thee, and despise not thy mother when she is old" (Proverbs 23:22). Late word (περι κεπαλη — periο εστιν το ρημα του τεου — kephalē head, around the head), in Polybius, lxx, 1 Thessalonians 5:8; Ephesians 6:17 alone in N.T. examples (here and Romans 10:19) are quotations from the lxx. Note use here of αγατον — agathon rather than αδικον — adikon (one doing wrong) in Colossians 3:25. 40. The active, as here, has a causative sense. verse 1 verse 2 verse 3 verse 4 verse 5 verse 6 verse 7 verse 8 verse 9 verse 10 verse 11 verse 12 verse 13 verse 14 verse 15 verse 16 verse 17 verse 18 verse 19 verse 20 verse 21 verse 22 verse 23. & Gloss. Please select from the following verses in this chapter: Ephesians 6. Ephesians 5:22-32 Wives, submit yourselves to your own husbands as you do to the Lord. Ephesians 5:32, ESV: "This mystery is profound, and I am saying that it refers to Christ and the church." Kiddushin, c. 1. sect. Ephesians chapter 6 KJV (King James Version) 1 Children, obey your parents in the Lord: for this is right.. 2 Honour thy father and mother; (which is the first commandment with promise;). “It 3 will not leave even a root or branch. 2. p. 105. Cancel {{#items}} {{/items}} Ephesians 6. 6. 4. So the Jews explain כבוד, "the honour" due to parents, by, &c. מאכיל, "giving them food, drink", and "clothing", unloosing their shoes, and leading them out and inF24T. Ephesians 6 is the sixth (and the last) chapter of the Epistle to the Ephesians in the New Testament of the Christian Bible.Traditionally, it is believed to be written by Apostle Paul while he was in prison in Rome (around AD 62), but more recently, it is suggested to be written between AD 80 and 100 by another writer using Paul's name and style. with fear and trembling; with great humility and respect, with reverence of them, and giving honour to them, with carefulness not to offend them, with submission to their reproofs and corrections, and with fear of punishment; but more especially with the fear of God, being by that influenced and constrained to obedience; in singleness of heart; with readiness and cheerfulness, without hypocrisy and dissimulation, and with all integrity and faithfulness: as unto Christ; it being agreeable to his will, and what makes for his glory, and serves to adorn the doctrine of God our Saviour in all things. Hieros. > Chapter 5 > Verse 32. Bab. 127. p. 169. : some copies, and the Ethiopic version, leave out the phrase, of this world. Compare with this 1 Timothy 5:4; See Gill on Matthew 15:4; which is the first commandment with promise: it is the fifth commandment in the decalogue, but the first that has a promise annexed to it: it is reckoned by the JewsF25Debarim Rabba, sect. The Jews sayF14Pirke Abot, c. 4. sect. 73. 1. (17-24) And to take heed of the sins practised among the heathen. Syr. St. Paul sums up his practical exhortation in that magnificent description which has ever since laid hold of Christian imagination, both in metaphor and in allegory. Read verse in New International Version xix. Compare the relation of prayer to the inspiration of the Holy Ghost in Romans 8:26-27. Tzeror Hammor, fol. 4 1 “For indeed the day 2 is coming, burning like a furnace, and all the arrogant evildoers will be chaff. And your feet shod with the preparation of the Gospel of peace. Maimon. Whatsoever good thing each one doeth (εκαστος εαν τι ποιησηι αγατον — hekastos ean ti poiēsēi agathon). 1. 2 “Honor your father and mother” (this is the first commandment with a promise), 3 “that it may go well with you and that you may live long in the land.” 4 Fathers, do not provoke your children to anger, () but bring them up in the discipline and instruction of the Lord. that ye may be able to withstand in the evil day; that is, that ye may be able to stand against the wiles and stratagems of Satan, against his power and might, to oppose his schemes, and resist his temptations: and so the Syriac version renders it, "that ye may be able to meet the evil one"; to face him, and give him battle, being accoutred with the whole armour of God; though the Greek copies, and other versions, read, "in the evil day"; in which sin and iniquity abound, error and heresy prevail, Satan is very busy, trials and afflictions come on, persecution arises because of the word, and God's judgments are in the earth: and having done all to stand; or having overcome, having routed the enemy, stand as conquerors; or rather, having took and put on the whole armour of God, in order to stand, and withstand the enemy. 21. fol. So Christ taught his disciples to pray, saying, our Father, suggesting, that they were not only to pray for themselves, but for all the children of God. 95. (1) In Ephesians 6:10-17. Love of the brotherhood accompanied by faith in Christ and as an expression of it. 6 Children, obey your parents in the Lord, for this is right. 6 not only when you are under their eye, as if you had only to please human beings, but as slaves of Christ who wholeheartedly do the will of God. The Armor of God. Which shows the great concern the apostle had for the churches, being willing to inform them of everything that might be for their use and service: that ye might know our affairs; temporal and spiritual, and not only the apostle's affairs, but the affairs of those that were with him, who were concerned in the same common cause: and that he might comfort your hearts; both by such a relation, and by the ministry of the Gospel to them: believers in Christ are sometimes disconsolate, by reason of indwelling sin, Satan's temptations, the hidings of God's face, afflictions and persecutions, their own sufferings, and those of others; and it is the business of the ministers of Christ to comfort them; their commission is to speak comfortably to them; and they are qualified for it, by inward comforts in their own souls; the Gospel they preach, and the message they bring, is of a comfortable nature; the Spirit of God acts by them, and with them as a comforter; and sad indeed is the state of Zion, or the church of Christ, when it has no comforters. For this wrestling, as Philo the Jew saysF5Leg. Matthew 6:8 - Be not ye therefore like unto them: for your Father knoweth what things ye have need of, before ye ask him. He begins with the duties of children to their parents, which are submission and obedience to them, honour, fear, and reverence of them; the arguments engaging thereunto are taken from the light of nature and reason, from the command of God, and the promise annexed to it, Ephesians 6:1. Ingressive aorist here, “Take your stand therefore” (in view of the arguments made). In fact, I'm going to read verses30,32. Please update the range in the URL. 58. fol. the several members with one another, and with him. 7. . Fathers are particularly mentioned, they being the heads of families, and are apt to be too severe, as mothers too indulgent. For the husband is the head of the wife as Christ is the head of the church, his body, of which he is the Savior. D G K L P have the accusative το λοιπον — to loipon (as for the rest) like 2 Thessalonians 3:1; Philippians 3:1; Philippians 4:8. Ephesians 6:6 "Not with eyeservice, as men-pleasers; but as the servants of Christ, doing the will of God from the heart;" “Eyeservice”: Working well only when being watched by the boss. Taking up (αναλαβοντες — analabontes). Bible > Ephesians > Chapter 6 > Verse 2 ... 32). 9. Rare compound, both N.T. Verses 6-7: God’s credits and rewards will be appropriate to the attitude and action of our work. Verse 1 Verse 2 Verse 3 Verse 4 Verse 5 Verse 6 Verse 7 Verse 8: Verse 9 Verse 10 Verse 11 Verse 12 Verse … “On every occasion.” Prayer is needed in this fight. an occasion to them of speaking, objecting to us, and of reproving and convincing us with respect to a plurality of persons in the Deity: and a little after they say, "wherever you פתחון פה, "an opening of the mouth to heretics", you will find an answer by its side, or along with it.'. Chapter. 110 1. ; and mention is made by them of חשוכי עלמא, "the darkness of the world"F8Zohar in Lev. Kiddushin, fol. This Tychicus was of Asia, who accompanied the apostle in his travels, and went with him to Rome, from whence he sent him to several places to relate his case, and to know the state of the churches, Colossians 4:7. ), a contest between two till one hurls the other down and holds him down (κατεχω — katechō). 31 Let all bitterness and wrath and anger and clamor and slander be put away from you, along with all malice. That ye may know (ινα γνωτε — hina gnōte). This addition to Colossians 3:22. Both his temporal and spiritual affairs; as that he was in bonds, and how he was supported under them, and of what use they were to others; how that he preached in his own hired house, and with what success; and what ministering brethren he had with him to assist him; and in what condition was the church at Rome where he now was: the apostle's life and actions would bear the light, and what he did was worthy of imitation, and must be both delightful and useful to know; and the account he sends, by a messenger hereafter named, of whom he gives the following character, that credit might be the more readily given to his relation: Tychicus, a beloved brother, and faithful minister in the Lord. 11. , that repentance and good works are as a shield against divine vengeance: or rather of the object of faith, that which faith makes use of as a shield; so God himself is a shield, Genesis 15:1; his divine perfections, as his power, faithfulness, truth, and immutability, which encompass the saints as a shield, and are opposed by faith to the temptations of Satan; also the love and favour of God, Psalm 5:12; and particularly God in his word, Proverbs 30:5, which is a shield against false doctrines, and the wiles of Satan. With good will (μετ ευνοιας — met' eunoias). written from Rome to the Ephesians by Tychicus, seems to be right; for that this epistle is written to the Ephesians, the inscription shows; and that it was written when the apostle was at Rome, appears from Ephesians 3:1; and that it was sent by Tychicus, seems very likely from Ephesians 6:21. It may be observed, that the words in this promissory part are not the same as in the decalogue, where they stand thus, "that thy days may be long upon the land which the Lord thy God giveth thee", Exodus 20:12, referring to the land of Canaan; for the law in the form of it, in which it was delivered by Moses, only concerned the people of the Jews; wherefore to suit this law, and the promise of it, to others, the apostle alters the language of it. (Verses like Matthew 6:8) Luke 12:30 - For all these things do the nations of the world seek after: and your Father knoweth that ye have need of these things. … (1-4) Of servants and masters. Your range will extend only to the last verse (verse 32). Only 32 verses exist for Ephesians chapter 4 (chapter 6 is the last chapter). 8. , the words of the law are like to a sword, and speak of חרב תורה "the sword of the law"F21Bereshit Rabba, sect. Like Ephesians 3:12. 6 Not with eyeservice, as menpleasers; but as the servants of Christ, doing the will of God from the heart; 7 With good will doing service, as to the Lord, and not to men: 8 Knowing that whatsoever good thing any man doeth, the same shall he receive of the Lord, whether he be bond or free. in Exod. This is a repetition of the exhortation in Ephesians 6:11; which repetition seems necessary by reason of the many powerful enemies mentioned in the preceding verse, and serves to explain what is meant by putting it on: and leads on the apostle to give an account of the several parts of this armour: the end of taking it is much the same as before. 1, & Kiddushin, fol. And forbear threatening (ανιεντες την απειλην — anientes tēn apeilēn). Second aorist active imperative of αναλαμβανω — analambanō old word and used (αναλαβων — analabōn) of “picking up” Mark in 2 Timothy 4:11. 20:12; Deut. l. 20. c. 11. . Ephesians 4:1-6 Paul exhorteth to those virtues which become the. 6 one God and Father of us all who is [sovereign] over all and [working] through all and [living] in all. The members of the church at Ephesus, who stood in a spiritual relation to each other; meaning all prosperity outward and inward, temporal, spiritual, and eternal; especially peace of conscience under the sprinklings of the blood of Christ, and a view of peace made with God by that blood: and love with faith from God the Father, and the Lord Jesus Christ; that is, an increase of these graces, and of the exercise of them, is wished for; for otherwise these brethren had both these graces, faith and love; see Ephesians 1:15; which go together; faith works by love, and love discovers faith, and both are imperfect; faith has something lacking in it, and love is apt to grow cold, and need reviving and increasing; and these, and the increase of them, are from God the Father, who is the God of all grace, and from Jesus Christ, in whom all fulness of grace is; and these things are equally desired from the one as from the other, and shows a plurality of persons in the Godhead, and the equality of Christ with the Father; and such a wish expresses the apostle's great love and affection for the brethren, and points out the things they stand in need of; and which, being asked for such, might be expected to be enjoyed. The persons whose duty this is, "children", are such of every sex, male and female, and of every age, and of every state and condition; and though the true, legitimate, and immediate offspring of men may be chiefly respected, yet not exclusive of spurious children, and adopted ones, and of children-in-law; and the persons to whom obedience from them is due, are not only real and immediate parents, both father and mother, but such who are in the room of parents, as step-fathers, step-mothers, guardians, nurses, &c. and all who are in the ascending line, as grandfathers, grandmothers, &c. to these, children should be subject and obedient in all things lawful, just, and good; in everything that is not sinful and unlawful, by the word of God; and in things indifferent, as much as in them lies, and even in things which are difficult to perform: and this obedience should be hearty and sincere, and not merely verbal, and in show and appearance, nor mercenary; and should be joined with gratitude and thankfulness for past favours: and it should be "in the Lord"; which may be considered either as a limitation of the obedience, that it should be in things that are agreeable to the mind and will of the Lord; or as an argument to it, because it is the command of the Lord, and is wellpleasing in his sight, and makes for his glory, and therefore should be done for his sake: for this is right; it appears to be right by the light of nature, by which the very Heathens have taught it; and it is equitable from reason that so it should be; and it is just by the law of God, which commands nothing but what is holy, just, and good. God has, indeed, given his own honor to parents. Grace be with all them that love our Lord Jesus Christ,.... Christ is the object of love, and a lovely object he is: he is to be loved because of the loveliness of his person, and the transcendent excellencies that are in him; because of his suitableness and fulness as a Saviour; and because of his great love shown to his church and people; and because of the relations he stands in to them, and the communion they have with him: love to Christ is a grace of the Spirit, and is in all believers; and though it is imperfect, and sometimes cold, it will abide for ever; it ought to be universal and superlative; all of Christ is to be loved, and he is to be loved above all: and it shows itself in a value for his Gospel, and the truths of it; in an esteem of his ordinances, and a regard to his commands; in parting with all for Christ, when called for; and in bearing all for his sake; in a well pleasedness in his company and presence, and in a concern for his absence, and in an uneasiness until he is enjoyed again: it should be fervent, and constant, and cordial, and, as here said. Stand therefore,.... Keep your ground, do not desert the army, the church of Christ, nor his cause; continue in the station in which you are placed, keep your post, be upon your watch, stand upon your guard: having your loins girt about with truth; by which is meant the Gospel, and the several doctrines of it; see Ephesians 1:13; and to have the loins girt with it, shows, that it should be near and close to the saints, and never departed from; and that it is a means of keeping them close to God and Christ, and of strengthening them against the assaults and attacks of Satan; and is of great use in the Christians' spiritual conflict with their enemies; the girdle is a part of armour, and so considerable as sometimes to be put for the whole, Isaiah 5:27; and here it is mentioned in the first place: and having on the breastplate of righteousness; in allusion to Isaiah 59:17, meaning not works of righteousness done by men, though these are a fence when rightly used against the reproaches and charges of the enemy, as they were by Samuel, 1 Samuel 12:3, but rather the graces of faith and love, 1 Thessalonians 5:8, though faith has another place in the Christian armour, afterwards mentioned; wherefore it seems best to understand this of the righteousness of Christ, which being imputed by God, and received by faith, is a guard against, and repels the accusations and charges of Satan, and is a security from all wrath and condemnation. Christian calling, particularly to unity, Ephesians 4:7-16 declaring that Christ gave his gifts differently, that his body the church might be built up and. 61. Ephesians 6 New King James Version (NKJV) Children and Parents. Now the apostle desired he might have something to say, to object to, and to reprove and convince the unbelieving Jews; that he might do this with boldness, with all faithfulness with Courage, and intrepidity, and with freedom of speech; or "openly" and "publicly", as the Syriac version renders it: to make known, the mystery of the Gospel; or the mysterious doctrines of it, such as the doctrines of a trinity of persons, of the union of the two natures in Christ, justification by his righteousness, regeneration by his Spirit and grace, the saints' union to Christ, and communion with him, the resurrection of the dead, &c. which are called mysteries, because they were hid until revealed; and though revealed, the "modus" and "ratio" of them are not to be accounted for. Alex. 1 Children, # Prov. 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