Submitting for the Benefit, Colossians 3:18-25

Submitting –  placing or arranging yourself to stand under the control of another, to yield

A Military Term

Willingly submitting for the benefit it brings

Christ submitting to Mary and Joseph, Luke 2:51

The flesh not willing to submit to the law of God, Romans 8:7

Israel not submitting to the righteousness from God, Romans 10:3

Submitting because of order or rank

The demons submitting to the name of Christ, Luke 10:17

All things will be brought into subjection to Christ, 1 Corinthians 15:28

Submitting to the Authorities of Human Institutions, 1 Peter 2:13-15

Within the Body of the Christ (The Church)

Submitting to each other, Ephesians 5:21

Expressing Love Towards Other Saints

Submitting to Those who Work and Labor in the Word, 1 Corinthians 16:16

Not Submitting to False Teaching, Galatians 2:5

Submitting with Respect, Ephesians 5:21

Unto Christ as The Head, Ephesians 5:24

Wives to Their Husbands, Colossians 3:18

They are to be subject to their own husband, not all men, Titus 2:5

As unto the Lord, Ephesians 5:22

Christ is the head of the Church, Ephesians 1:22-23

Marriage Represents the Mystery of Christ and the Church, Ephesians 5:32

As the Husband Expresses Love, Ephesians 5:28

She is not a Servant, but the Master of the House, 1 Timothy 5:14

Husbands to their Wives, Colossians 3:19

Seeking the Best for Them

Not being bitter towards your wife

Same word used for Wormwood in Revelation, Revelation 8:11

An Attack From Satan, Hebrews 12:15-16

Bitterness is to be put off, Ephesians 4:31

In Honor as a Fellow Heir, 1 Peter 3:7

Children to their Parents, Colossians 3:20

Child-training  and Discipline are an expression of love, Hebrews 12:6

Child-training is so that we are not condemned with those who do wrong, 1 Corinthians 11:32

Submitting because it is God Desirous will for You, Ephesians 6:1

It is showing Honor to Your Parents, Ephesians 6:2

Christians are not under the Mosaic Law

The Law is Logical, Romans 7:14

Living Out Who We Are in Christ will Produce Righteousness, 2 Corinthians 5:21

As a fellow Christian, expressing love towards your parents, Romans 13:10

Fathers Do Not Provoke Your Children to Anger, Colossians 3:21

Know the difference between child-training and discipline

Child-training required objectivity of mind, 2 Timothy 2:25

The Intent of Child-Training is for the good of the Child, Hebrews 12:9-10

So they are not without fierceness or passion (not cowardly).

Slaves to Your Masters, Colossians 3:22

Today this relationship is expressed in employment

Not submitting with eyeservice to please men

Serving as unto the Lord

With Your Emotions

As Ones Who Are Doing the Desirous will from the soul, Ephesians 6:6

All Things Should be Done Unto the Lord, Not Men, Colossians 3:23

Our Reward Comes from the Lord, not Men, Colossians 3:24

Those Who Do Unrighteousness will be Compensated with Unrighteousness, Colossians 3:25

We Reap What We Sow, Galatians 6:7-8

Honor Your Masters Who are Christians, 1 Timothy 6:2

Not Argumentative, Titus 2:9

Not Just to the good ones, 1 Peter 2:18

Masters are to offer righteousness and fairness, Colossians 4:1

When Others are Submitting To You, You Are Responsible for How You Treat Them

Not with Threats, Ephesians 6:9

Treating Other Christians as Members of the Body

Treating Everyone with Respect, Galatians 6:10

The Wife Submitting to the Husband, the Husband is to Love His Wife

Children Submitting to their Parents, the Father is not to Provoke the Child to Anger

Servants Submitting to Their Masters, the Master is to Treat them Fairly