[This sermon is taken in large part from Warren Wiersbe’s sermon on this text] Last week in 1 Corinthians 15 we studied Paul’s teaching about a foundational piece of the gospel – the resurrection. That teaching was a bit of a doctrinal study, but it flowed right into an exhortation about how we are able […]

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The Life of Apprehension As we get started this morning, I want you to imagine something. I want you to think about a time in life that you were very worried or anxious about something that ended up turning out great. Maybe it was transitioning from elementary school to middle school or from middle school […]

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Good morning! It is so good to be back with you. I had an incredible time in Massachusetts learning and getting to know my cohorts and sight-seeing around some of our nation’s most hallowed ground religiously speaking, but I missed being here with you. I have heard great things about your time in worship together […]

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Spiritual Gifts – 1 Corinthians 12

Two weeks ago we moved into a new section of 1 Corinthians where Paul began to address the lack of order in the worship gatherings of the Corinthian church. He began by rebuking some of the women who were dressing immodestly and acting dishonorably toward their husbands. Then he confronted the church’s lack of order […]

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This past week we celebrated Memorial Day and it’s always interesting to see how many people misunderstand what that holiday is all about. It often seems that the general public get our patriotic holidays confused – Veteran’s Day, Independence Day, Memorial Day – they all just kind of get tangled together into some kind of […]

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A language instructor was explaining to her class that Latin or French nouns, unlike their English counterparts, are grammatically designated as masculine or feminine. Things like “chalk” or “pencil” have a gender association, although in English these words are all neutral. Puzzled, one student raised his hand and asked, “What gender is ‘computer’?” The teacher […]

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We were created by God for His glory.  His desire is for us to live a life that glorifies him in every way.  As Christians, we submit to God’s will and our desire is to please God; however, we all face temptations to turn away from Godly submission.  I don’t know the temptation you face, […]

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Paul’s Financial Policy as an Example of Responsibility in Christian Liberty As Paul continues to answer the questions the Corinthian church had asked him in their letter, we find ourselves in the midst of his answer about whether or not they should eat meat that had been sacrificed to idols. We covered the first half […]

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Last week in chapter 7 of 1 Corinthians Paul began answering questions that the church had specifically asked him. The first major set of questions they had had to do with marriage. They asked things like: -Is it better to get married or stay single? -Is it ok for a widow to get remarried? -Should […]

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