“Spare No Effort”

Preliminary NOTE:  In order to know how we got from the First Session of “The Good
Fight of Faith” to this second on “Spare No Effort”, you need to make sure that you have
read the first two chapters of the Appendix:  A1 of “Group Self-Denial and Individual
Separation” {Christ for Individuals}; and A2 of “A Harmony of Life”.

The complete quote from Ephesians 4:3 in the New English Version is, “Spare no effort to
make fast with bonds of peace the unity which the Spirit gives.”  The New King James Version
requires the total context of Ephesians 4:1-3.

“I, therefore, the prisoner of the Lord, beseech you to walk worthy of the calling with
which you were called
{called to be a Christian we would say today, but at the origin of
Christianity and Christian churches, and as an introduction to the only bonds of peace
Christians have, the phrase for the calling was in the words of Ephesians 4:4b “just as
you were called in one hope of your calling”}
, with all lowliness and gentleness, with
longsuffering, bearing with one another in love, endeavouring to keep the unity of the
Spirit in the bond of peace.” (Ephesians 4:1-3 NKJV)

2-1:  In this summary of “Spare no effort”, supplemented with the 7 ONEs of Ephesians 4:
4-6, all the work is done for you to understand the book of Ephesians, and thus all of the
14 letters of the Apostle Paul.

The only foundation for peace are “these bonds of peace” with which the inherent unity among
Christians is to tied up with individual efforts by individual Christians.  These are the only bonds
of peace.  There are no more bonds of peace than the Seven ONEs of Ephesians 4:4-6.  
{Also there are no other major doctrines of Christianity than those 7 ONEs.  You see how
Ephesians 4:1-6, six verses when the supplement to “Spare  no Effort” in the 7 ONEs is
added.}
 Do you mean that Study of these major seven doctrines of the Bible will provide
peace among Christians?  Yes, this is the only God provided means for peace; however it
goes beyond just the study of these major doctrines, to the living of and with these 7 ONEs of
the Bible.  Living with the realities
{doctrines} of one body, one Holy Spirit, one hope of your
Christian calling, one Lord Jesus Christ, one faith, one baptism, and “one God and Father of
all”.
1.  This unity is an inherent unity provided only by the Holy Spirit of God.  First of all for clarity
sake it must be stated, as you can see from the context of “Spare no effort to make fast with
bonds of peace the unity which the Spirit gives” where this unity comes from.  It is an inherent
unity that can only come from the Spirit of God.  No way, as man has learned throughout
history, can you provide more than a temporal unity in any creations of man.  Man has tried to
create local church organizations, denominations, and other groups to control and make this
unity; but most generally it is a lack of peace that destroys or hampers any real unity.
2.  The fundamental principle from Jesus of “many are called but few are chosen”--that is,
distinguishing throughout Christian history, today, and even in the Old Testament times {like in
Jeremiah where we have been studying} God “called out a larger group”, say like from Egyptian
bondage; and then from that larger called out group selected a few to be “the elect”.
3.  Today there always remains the difference between the called out assemblies in local
churches and the few from each of those local assemblies that God “has chosen”, the names
of whom are written on the roll of the called out assembly of the first born in heaven. (Hebrews
12:23)  The history of churches and denominations is that men have made drastic and special
efforts, sparing no efforts in mis-direction, to make their own local church or denominations
synonymous with the church of the firstborn written in heaven.  Even today, it never works.  For
one thing, none of these men, no matter how religious, how competent, or how organized have
access to the church roll of the Firstborn Christ in heaven.  Only the Spirit of God, Who is still
here on earth, has access to that roll in heaven; and it is He that provides, with the 7 major
doctrines, this inherent unity.

2-2:  Peace among all Christians is shattered anytime a group {church, religious
business, or denomination} takes just one doctrine out of context, running with it alone
to the neglect of the other six; and primarily to the neglect of a frontal movement with all
Seven.

Splits and denominations, as for example the community church movement, occur as a group
of groups take an isolated text of doctrine, and “go everywhere preaching with it” as preacher-
boys are famous for describing preachers or evangelist who do not stick to their announced
subject or text.  The same problem that created Ted Haggard in his fall from a pastorate in
Colorado Springs and as head of the National Evangelistic Association, still exist in the church
that ran him off to cover up the larger church wide and denominational wide problem, and to
wash their hands, like Pilate, of any guilt in the larger body.  What is that problem:  tangential
efforts on only one doctrine of the seven isolated from the rest?
Bless their hearts, each generation a group arrives on the world scene, having recognized all
the Falling Away problems in the world and the church, offering a single, simple solution to the
problems by an emphasis of only 1 out of 7.  Our God is not a simple God, and our God’s
solution plan and program is not simple, it requires a simultaneous frontal movement with all 7
doctrines to make real progress.  Goodness, Paul made it simple for us {or really God through
the Apostle Paul} when in the history of the writing of the guidance of the 66 books of the Bible,
God had Paul summarized all the truth of the first 10 epistles in the book of Ephesians; and
then further from the God-given truths of Ephesians to summarize all Christian teachings in 7
major doctrines.  And now along comes each few years a group of religious businessmen, who
by the way are making large sums of money to the extent of becoming millionaires, goes off on
the tangent of one doctrine like “tongues” or “the cross”.  
There is no single doctrine of the Bible any more important for salvation than the preaching of
the cross of the Lord Jesus Christ; but the word itself “cross” is not magic without a proper
description in context of how Christ died  on the cross for our sins that we might believe and
have salvation.  You see how quickly the preached of one doctrine, the cross, must lead into
others:  like the One Lord with a description from the 4 Gospels of the Lord Jesus Christ with all
that He lived and did; like with the One God, the Father of Creation and the Father of the Lord
Jesus Christ, who thought up salvation and sent His own Son to die on the cross; like God the
Holy Spirit who provides in the One Baptism the God-ward side of salvation after initial and
continuing faith, after the new birth, and during the yearly internal sanctification process as
Christians become more like Christ until more perfectly like Him at the Second Coming; and
then there must be the realization and preaching of the One Baptism as the One Salvation.
1.  Most generally when this binding of the peace bonds is shattered anew every few years,
these man-make programs, unfortunately based on the Bible but only a very isolated portion of
the Bible, the religious group or business has continued to violate all the requirements for
speaking in unknown tongues of I Corinthians; and if you will look closely at them you can
detect an enlarged ego, where they “think of themselves more highly than they ought to”  
(Romans 12:3); and their unbalanced emphasis on one or two doctrines of the Bible, comes
out of the enlarged ego as condemned in the bottom line of I Corinthians 14:36, that the Word
of God came to them only or that the Word of God came out of their group only.
2.  Singular doctrines like repeating “the cross, the cross, the cross” or “tongues, tongues,
tongues” is a good rallying point and cry for highly skilled public relations and money-making,
even organizational expansion sometimes called “evangelism”; however they are not even the
same as any one of the Seven Majors of the Bible and of Ephesians 4:4-6.  The cross is one
aspect of the One Lord Jesus Christ and is also part of the one salvation provided by the One
God through the One Lord Jesus Christ and the One Spirit.
3.  You don’t see One salvation in the seven ONEs of Ephesians 4:4-6; and that is because it
is covered under the One Baptism; and you will not see in the One Baptism the doctrine of the
One salvation as long as certain groups can waylay you on both baptism and salvation.  
However, since one of the chosen titles of this series of Bible Studies, from the topical
standpoint, is both “Believe and Be Baptized” and the “One Baptism”, you if you persevere in
the Bible Studies will acquire a much more balanced doctrinal approach to the total Bible.  It
was God who gave us Ephesians and Ephesians 4:4-6 to summarize all the great truths that
circle about His own character and personality; and nowhere in this summary of doctrine do
you see “one salvation”; and since in all the previous letters of the Apostle Paul leading up to
the writing of the book of Ephesians as a summary at Caesarea Philippi, salvation is discussed
in so many words, terms, and concepts, you know that one of the Seven has to be about the
One Salvation.  Which one?  Well, the One Baptism naturally.  But as long as Baptists can feed
their ego that this is water baptism by immersion and as long as the Assemblies of God can
feed their ego that this is a second blessing beyond initial salvation in the anointing of the Holy
Spirit with the speaking in unknown tongues, the minds of Christianity are cluttered to prevent a
full realization, even with all the Bible on “baptism” as the one salvation, of the One Baptism as
the One Salvation.
4.  This matter of the One Baptism chosen by Paul and God through the Bible to describe the
One Salvation is so important that we momentarily pause here, before sessions on it later in
the study of the Life and Letters of Paul, to look briefly at the F. F. Bruce paraphrase of
Romans 6:3-14 on the “meaning of baptism”.  In other words, go to the Bible itself as properly
explained and understood for the ultimate, large meaning of the One Baptism.  Is Swaggart
right that itis the anointing of the Holy Spirit with a second blessing after initial salvation and
with the speaking in unknown tongues
{by the way not Swaggart alone but in the tradition of
the Pentecostals and the Assemblies of God--in fact, the doctrinal tangent that has really
made that denomination as a split off from the main One body of Christians}
?  Or are the
Baptists correct in their tangent of water baptism by immersion, likewise ignoring the larger
meaning as the One Baptism of the One Salvation.

“Do you not know that when we were baptized into membership of Christ Jesus, we
were baptized into participation in His death?  That is why we were buried with Him in
our baptism {Colossians 2:12}.  

The purpose of this participation in His death and burial was that we should for the future live a
new life, just as Christ was raised form the dead by the Father’s glorious power.  You see, it
follows inevitabley that if we were identified with Him in the likeness of His death, we shall also
be identified with Him in the likeness of his resurrection; knowing this, that our old man was
crucified with Him.

2-3:  All we have for PEACE and UNITY among all Christians of the ONE BODY...all we
have as avenues of efforts at evangelism and Bible teaching, and in order to MAJOR on,
is the Seven ONEs of Ephesians 4:4-6; and that, if it is to promote real peace and unity of
the one body rather than scatter and shatter that peace and unity must be a balanced
movement on all 7 fronts.  In other words, since the total Word of God was given for “our
instruction”, we as a body of Christ must advance forward in efforts, peace, and unity
with a balanced approach on the total Word of God.

1.  It is exciting that the bottom line of Ephesians, hence the bottom line of at least the first ten
epistles of Paul {part of the Word of God}, is that we personally become involved in the great
living doctrines of the Seven ONEs.  There is both a positive side and a negative side to the
“doctrine of Christ” from the Apostle John in II John 9.

“Whoever transgresses and does not abide in the doctrine {the very positive side is that
it is possible for Christians to “abide” or live in the doctrine of Christ} of Christ does not
have God.  {You see immediately how intertwined for life are the two doctrinal ONEs of
the One God the Father and the One Lord Jesus Christ!}  He who abides {yes, yes, yes,
lives personally in the doctrine of Christ} in the doctrine of Christ has both the Father and
the Son.”  (II John 9)

NOTE:  How much clearer could it be of these two ONEs, One God and one Lord, that
Christianity properly lived is a matter of living in the doctrine of Christ, and living in this
doctrine entails personal involvement with “both the Father and the Son”; amen, amen,
and amen!

2.  This is really another way to say that all we have as Christians to in reality guide and
maximize our efforts, for peace and unity among Christians is a common agreement on the
total context of the Bible.  Just like in salvation the Holy Spirit put the unity there in the body of
Christ, also putting the unity into the writing of the Bible although it was over a period of
thousands of years and through Apostles and Prophets.  The difficulty for peace and unity
comes as certain groups, churches, and denominations start making imbalanced approaches
to the 7 ONEs, emphasizing one or two over the others or minimizing one or more, or neglect
and even becoming intolerant toward the living doctrine of one or more of the Seven.  Those
that actually deny parts of the Bible, sometimes even all of the Bible, as the Word of God do
the most for disunity and war among Christians, often are the kind of groups that strive to
promote unity by other means like by way of organization of “up with people” or “purpose
driven wants” or “unknown tongues” or a lopsided repetition of “the cross” to the exclusion of so
much else in the Bible!
3.  How do we deal with the disunity caused by so many different “interpretations” of the Bible.  
Well, the answer to that is like the answer to any other problem in Christianity:  go to the Bible
which has answers for the problems which keep repeating themselves generation after
generation.  In particular, in this case, go to the Apostle Peter who declared:  (1) that no
Scripture can be privately or exclusively interpreted apart from the public domain of Christians,
no matter how big, powerful, or anointed is the group; and (2) it all came from God through
God the Holy Spirit and that same Holy Spirit provides unity of interpretation. This is the ASPI
interpretation of the Bible, the Authorized Semi-Public Interpretation of the Bible, about which
you will read and hear a great deal in the Life and Letters of Paul.  And the same Apostle Peter
who first reminded us that Paul was writing Scriptures of the Word of God just like the Prophets
before him in the Old Testament, is the same Apostle who reminds of only ONE
INTERPRETATION OF THE BIBLE, the one from God.
(1).  The Apostle Peter testifies to how Paul did write Scriptures of the Word of God, and
beyond that how some religious groups can so easily “wrest the writings of Paul” to their own
destruction.

“...as also our beloved brother Paul, according to the wisdom given to him, has written to
you, as also in all his epistles, speaking in them of these things, in which are some things
hard to understand, which untaught and unstable people twist to their own destruction,
as they do also the rest of the Scriptures.”  (II Peter 3:15,16 NKJV)

(2).  The One Interpretation of Scripture, the ASPI interpretation.

“...understand this, at the outset, that no prophetic scripture allows a man to interpret it
by himself; for prophecy never came by human impulse, it was when carried away by the
holy Spirit that the holy men of God spoke”  (II Peter 1:20,21 Moffat)

(3).  What really determines “who” understands the Scripture.

“But the natural man does not receive the things of the Spirit of God, for they are
foolishness to him; nor can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned.”  (I
Corinthians 2:14)

Sorry religious scholars, the PhDs and ThDs will not cut it.  The overwhelming probability of
such training is more likely to put you in the “untaught” and “unstable” category from the Apostle
Peter and in your study of Paul, or the rest of the Bible, than to give you any real Bible
understanding by way of the ASPI.  And the kingdom of God, since the life and death of Christ
can no longer be taken by force as some religious leaders would make demands of God for
special favors.

2-4:  For peace and unity as given by the One Holy Spirit, Christians must put on over
their lives these seven doctrines.  It is not enough to know the 7 major doctrines of the
Bible, although that is a start and that is the subject of the summary of the book of
Ephesians until it comes to the end chapter where the 7 doctrines are to actually be “put
on” as the seven pieces of the armor of God.

What you really want to look for in Christian leadership toward peace and unity, is men of God
who obviously have both a balanced commitment to the Seven ONEs and an obvious practice
of putting on all 7 of the doctrines in the armor of God!

“Finally, my brethren, be strong in the Lord {more of the being personally involved in
major doctrines, “in the Lord”} and in the power of His might.  Put on the whole {a last
effort at balance in your doctrine and doctrinal involvement with a balanced “whole”}
armor of God, that you may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil.”  (Ephesians 6:
10,11)

While Christians rightly so find assurance against Satan,“against principalities, power, and the
rulers of the darkness of this age”, in order to fight the good fight of faith and be winners in a
church that must lose during the Falling Away, the whole balanced putting on daily of Christian
armor assurance standing and survival against the “wiles of the devil.”  While “greater is He that
is in us than He that is in the world” are an assurance Christians can stand on, it does not
assure complete ability to stand against, or withstand, all that Satan with his experience and
long history of Christian destruction can throw at us.
1.  No doubt that “evil day” that Paul writes about in Ephesians 6:13 is the trying and evil days
of the Falling Away; and of course, in order to STAND and “withstand in the evil day”, you need
to put on the whole armor of the seven major doctrines and you need to look likewise for
Christian leaders who obviously are putting on in balance the whole armor of God.  It is not
enough to put on the helmet, or the footwear, or even the belt--things that are more convenient
to wear; for they will not withstand, nor survive without the whole of the balanced armor.
2.  Find leaders, and examples, who have put on the belt of truth around their waist.  Don’t
forget just plain honesty and intellectual honesty as you would seek and promote your leaders.  
Truth is as broad as the whole truth of God; truth would include the teachings and doctrines of
Christ and the Bible {by the way, they are one and the same; that is the One Lord is the same
as the One Bible}; and above all truth would include the One Christ who said, “I am the way, the
truth and the life, no man cometh unto the Father except through me.”  (John 14:6)  When during
the 4th stage of the Falling Away as Christians and Christian leaders “turn away from truth”, that
truth they turn away from and deny is also Christ.

NOTE:  Of course the majority of you in churches and denominations during these times
of the Falling Away for II Timothy 4:3,4 are going to chose Bible teachers with “itching
ears”, those who through the process of intolerance toward sound doctrine, purpose
driven personal wants, the heaping in and out process in local churches, come finally to
the 4th stage of the Falling away where self-denial and “the turning away from truth”
dominates.  Forget, avoid, and ignore that leader if they have passed all the way into the
5th stage of being turned into fables.  If you have not taken the same path through the 5
stages of the Falling Away, you surely will recognize these last two stages in your
chosen leaders.  {Please do not forget that evangelists are notorious for the making up of
stories that could be true, but are not; and that this is also an itching way to lead into
dishonesty.}

3.  Get you a leader for an example that every day puts on “the breastplate of righteousness”.  
This definitely does not mean without sin, for there are no such men or pastors; but if the active
Christian leader is habitually and daily putting on the breastplate of righteousness then he can
be living simultaneously in habitual sin.  Righteousness is a complicated doctrine that is both a
legal declared righteousness of Christ in the sight of God upon any Christian, because of the
atonement and salvation; and is also a real, becoming righteousness of Christ yearly in the
process of sanctification of the One Salvation, that of being and becoming more like Christ.
                      Preparation of the Gospel of Peace

NOTE:  It is not just that they have a large, open Bible during preaching from which they
seem to deliver faithfully “the Gospel of Peace”; but have they put on the gospel of peace
with proper PREPARATION!  In other words, their words are okay, but how are their
hearts toward other Christian brothers, and toward God’s methods of peace and unity, or
even efforts.

4.  Find leaders and examples with their feet shod “with the preparation of the gospel of
peace”.  (Ephesians 6:15)  How can there be peace and unity without a “gospel of peace”; and
beautiful are the feet of those who actually “preach the gospel of peace” (Romans 10:15 and
Isaiah 52:7 and Nahum 1:15)
                            Godly Peace with Men
(1).  Granted it not easy to tell the difference in the popular preachers who were and continue to
be the fighting against flesh and blood that destroyed so many careers and reputations in the
SBC, obviously controlled more by a lack of love if not hate itself...that is between those kind
of preachers and leaders even while they preach from an open Bible and seem to go word for
word; and the leaders who actually have those feet shod “with the preparation of the gospel of
peace”.  W. O. Carver in THE GLORY OF GOD IN THE CHRISTIAN CALLING, writes of
Ephesians 6:15:

“Take-your-stand, therefore, on the field of conflict belted around your thighs with the girdle of
true integrity; and clothed with the breastplate of righteousness of character and conduct;
having your feet shod, for firm footing and protection against injury, with that preparation for
Christian struggle which is bought to us in the gospel of peace with God and godly peace with
men...”

Surely “godly peace with men” would be our way to ferret out Christian leaders who live in the
doctrines as well as  become famous for teaching them, and thus to also ferret out those who
do not no matter how eloquent and  impressive with their open and large Bibles do not actually
promote peace and unity according to the Bible designated methods of “Spare No Efforts”.  Of
course, today as these fundamentalists sit on their perches of high ground, they with “wise in
the ways of the world” PR methods, claim on the more conservatives of the SBC that object to
their methods of leadership that they in turn promote a lack of unity, peace, and spare no effort
in the wrong direction.
Speak Great Swelling Words But Cause Divisions in the SBC
(2).  Have they given any attention to the PREPARATION of the heart and mind, even the
character or personality; or like the national leaders of Jeremiah and Isaiah, are they drunk or
captive to their own “Power and Privilege.”  In other words, do they consider their positions and
status are more the preparation to preach and teach the Gospel of peace, than of any
preparation in character and personality!  The Apostle Jude spoke of such leaders of the first
century without preparation for the gospel of Peace.  {One might say that without such
preparation even before these leaders appear in the pulpit and before a teacher’s stand, they
are unprepared to do that very thing.  No real reflection on their delivery, quite often impressive
even to the point of great swelling words, but on that the preparation was inadequate.}

“There are grumbles, complainers, walking according to their own lusts {remember how
the Apostle James said that “the spirit within us lusteth to envy”}; and they mouth great
swelling words, flattering people to gain advantage.  But you, beloved, remember the
words which were spoken by the apostles of our Lord Jesus Christ:  how they told you
told that there would be mockers in the last time  who would walk according to their own
ungodly lusts.  These are sensual persons who cause divisions, not having the Spirit.”  
(Jude 16-19)

NOTE:  If you can tell which leaders really promote peace and unity, and even if you can
not tell if they are “sensual”, given over to the ways of the world, you should be able to
tell when they have caused DIVISIONS, now or in the past.

Bad Habits and Attitudes of Church Members to Avoid
(3).  Finally, if you can tell if they have the character and personality of PREPARATION any
other way, you can tell if they exhibit in their churches and denomination, even family life, the
bad habits that are to be avoided in any church member of II Timothy 3:1-9; like self-lovers,
“lovers of money”, boasters, proud, unloving, brutal, despisers of good, headstrong, haughty,
and “having a form of godliness but denying the power thereof.”  

2-5:  “Above all”  (Ephesians 6:16-18)  find leaders and examples, who wear obviously
and out in the open:  (1) the shield of faith; (2) the helmet of salvation; (3) the sword of
the Spirit; and (4) “praying always with all prayer and supplication in the Spirit.

1.  “Above all”, does this mean that these last three doctrines, that of faith, Spirit, and prayer
are the most important doctrines.  No, it just means that you are getting closer to the 7 ONES,
while in previous pieces of armor these were only partials of the 7 ONES.  Actually “prayer” is
just an added admonition, not really a major doctrine  of the Seven ONES, although a clear
teaching of Jesus and the Apostles of the Bible.
2.  The Shield of Faith.  
(1).  Paul tells the urgency of putting on the doctrine, personally and individually, of the One
Faith, and for choosing leaders as examples that do the same:  “with which you will be able to
quench all the fiery darts of the wicked one”.  (Ephesians 6:16)
(2).  If you watched DATELINE not long ago on preachers who have lost their faith, you know
that at the extreme there are pastors, preachers, and other Christian leaders that are going
through the motions of their positions without putting on each day the Shield of Faith.  They will
not be able to quench the fiery darts of the wicked one, and they must slip into the casualties of
the Falling Away.  Avoid them, the Apostle Paul writes in II Timothy 3:5.  Even though they are
fellow church members, they are to be avoided like a plague.  And if you do not see the
wisdom of such church behavior, or even of separation from this church if necessary, recall
that the requirements for fellowship with fellow Christians is much greater than requirements for
fellowship with the world.  {Hopefully you have read that in A1 and A2 of the Appendix of Life
and Letters of Paul, or will if you have not already.}
(3).  Now on the way to the extreme of those who have lost their shield of faith are many
pastors and other church leaders who do not show much faith anyway.  You can hear it in their
words, more often platitudes and teachings of tradition and the world than of expressions of
faith in God, Christ, and the Bible; or even professions of faith in what God can do!
2.  The Sword of the Spirit.
Finally, an opportunity to mention why One Bible was not in the list of 7 ONEs.  The major
doctrine is the ONE SPIRIT, and a natural implication of that major doctrine is that the Holy
Spirit both wrote and assists readers with the understanding of the Bible, hence the sword of
the Spirit.  The Bible is the sword of the Spirit.
3.  Pray.
Pray, pray, and pray!  Prayer, Prayer, and Prayer!  The Spirit within the Christian normally,
naturally, and regularly wants to cry out “Abba, for Father”; and then following the model prayer,
so as to (1) not prayer like the religious leaders of Jesus time called the Pharisees to be seen
and heard of men, and (2) not to really be preaching to the congregation telling God things that
He already knows!  So much prayer never goes past the ceiling of the building where it is
delivered, for so many leaders are so consumed by pastoral and administrative duties that
prayer like physical exercise falls by the wayside; or like in the time of Jeremiah, God stopped
listening to the prayers of His own people, telling Jeremiah to no longer pray for them.  {yes,
that point of no return will come again for today’s people of God in America, where the Falling
Away and the withdrawal of the Holy Spirit have gone so far into “fables”, the God’s own
people are cut off from God by God Himself.}

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