Follow us on twitterFollow us on Facebook
You Are Here

Sermons on Ephesians 5

Below you’ll find a library of sermons using Ephesians 5 as a primary text. Other Bible texts in addition to Ephesians 5 may be used in each sermon as well. All of the sermons on represent some of the best preaching in the world today. We pray you’ll find these to be a helpful resource in your own preaching and teaching.
Chapter Filter: 
  • Rodney Coe
    (March 2013)
    Based on Acts 2:4, the filling of the Holy Spirit is granted for a specific purpose; and we are to be about that purpose until Jesus' return.
  • Mike Glenn
    (September 2011)
    Time is important to us. When you were in school, you spent a lot of time trying to learn how to tell time. Now, a lot of you are at a disadvantage because you’ve grown up in the digital age and clocks tell you what time it is. Your watch will beep; a digital voice will call out the hour. You don’t have to tell time. The time tells you.
  • Stuart Briscoe
    (May 2008)
    From the sermon series “Family Business” As we’ve been looking into this passage of Scripture on the biblical teaching of marriage and family, we’ve been using the analogy of a pair of scissors. We’ve seen that Paul is very fair and balanced in the way that he addresses the people involved in these relationships. For instance, he talks first to the wives, then to the husbands; he talks to the children, and then he talks to the parents.
  • Stuart Briscoe
    (March 2008)
    When people get married, they often say, "We have decided to "tie the knot." Given the numbers of people who are deciding not to tie the knot at the present time, I think that is an admirable decision. I try to point out to them that when we think in terms of Christian marriage, it's not so much two people deciding to tie the knot as God deciding to join two people together. It's not so much a human decision as a divine action. Marriage is all about God joining two people together. I say this on...
  • Stuart Briscoe
    (January 2008)
    For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife, and the two will become one flesh”(Eph. 5:31). That statement comes in the middle of some teaching that the Apostle Paul was giving the Ephesian Christians on the whole subject of marriage and family. You’ll notice, however, that the quotation that he gave is incomplete because it starts out by saying, “For this reason…”
  • Stuart Briscoe
    (July 2007)
    There are occupational hazards in being a Pastor. Let me mention two of them. One of them is that while people expect you to be pious, you can come across as a little too pious at times -- like the lady who came to a pastor at the end of a service, and was very effusive in her gratitude. She said, "That was the most wonderful sermon I've ever heard. That was absolutely fantastic! It was so powerful, it has changed my life!"
Current Issue