If you have your Bible with you, take it and find your place in the sixth chapter of Ephesians.  We’ve been in a series on the home where we have been taking a look at what the Bible says about the most fundamental of relationships that we have—our family relationships.  The first half of Ephesians focuses on what we have been given in Christ.  The second half points to the practical ways our lives should reflect what we have been given in Christ.  In chapters 5-6, the apostle Paul explains how we are to draw on these resources as we seek to build godly marriages and families. Having addressed the relationship between husbands and wives, he now addresses the relationship that ought to exist between children and their parents.