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Submit to One Another: Husbands & Wives
SUBMIT TO ONE ANOTHER: Husbands and wives 1.
Published April 21st, 2014
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SUBMIT TO ONE ANOTHER: Husbands and wives 1. Wives Wives are to SUBMIT to their husbands (vv.22-24) Argument The husband is the "head" of the wife, just as Christ is the "head" of the Church. The wife, thus, takes her cue from the Church. As the Church submits to Christ, so the wife submits to the husband. There is a comparison between the Wife and Church. The wife takes her cue from the Church' example. 2. Husbands Husbands submit by LOVING their wives (25a-32) Argument Husbands LOVE "just as" Christ loved (vv.25b-27). So we follow his example. But how did he love? 1. Giving himself up 2. Sanctifying and washing her in order to present her in splendor 3. Goal: a holy and blameless bride Argument Husbands "ought also" to love their wives in the same way (everything from vv.25b-27) The reality of "One-ness" in marriage (vv.28-31) Marriage is a parable, a symbol of something greater: Christ and the Church (v.32) 3. Summary: Husbands love, wives submit (v.33)
11397574457769 1397574457764 Notes 2014-04-15 15:07:37 2014-04-18 17:08:22 SUBMIT TO ONE ANOTHER: Husbands and wives 1. Wives Wives are to SUBMIT to their husbands (vv.22-24) Argument The husband is the "head" of the wife, just as Christ is the "head" of the Church. The wife, thus, takes her cue from the Church. As the Church submits to Christ, so the wife submits to the husband. There is a comparison between the Wife and Church. The wife takes her cue from the Church' example. 2. Husbands Husbands submit by LOVING their wives (25a-32) Argument Husbands LOVE "just as" Christ loved (vv.25b-27). So we follow his example. But how did he love? 1. Giving himself up 2. Sanctifying and washing her in order to present her in splendor 3. Goal: a holy and blameless bride Argument Husbands "ought also" to love their wives in the same way (everything from vv.25b-27) The reality of "One-ness" in marriage (vv.28-31) Marriage is a parable, a symbol of something greater: Christ and the Church (v.32) 3. Summary: Husbands love, wives submit (v.33) notes
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