Description: The Apostle Paul is being accused of being a double minded man because he had intended to make a trip to Corinth that he did not make. Have you ever made a commitment, that you did not fulfill due to exigent circumstances? Would you want people doubting...
Description: Paul concludes his letter to the Corinthians explaining the hope of resurrection we have through Jesus Christ. Download Outline:
Description: Is Christianity patriarchal and oppressive to women? Does the Bible teach that men are superior to women? Paul answers these questions as he continues to exhort the Corinthian believers to get their house in order. Download Outline:
Description: Paul tells us that we should desire the gift of prophecy above all other gifts. Why? It is through this gift that the entire body of Christ is built up. The church is edified when the Word of God is shared. Download Outline:
Description: Spiritual gifting without Agape love is powerless. The church in Corinth had the gifting(s) but lacked love for each other and ultimately the things of the Lord. Real love is costly. Download Outline:
Description: What are spiritual gifts and what are their purpose? Paul explains this in chapter 12 of 1st Corinthians as he reminds the church of it's true identity. Download Outline:
Description: Paul has addressed a laundry list of issues plaguing the church in Corinth but now he provides them with a road back to being the body of Christ. Download Outline:
Description: Times have certainly changed! Women wear short hair, men wear long hair. Women wear slacks and ties and men wear earrings. Women wear baggy pants and guys wear tight little girl jeans! Paul is saying in verse 16 - long hair or short is not a matter of...
Description: Most people don’t like to be told what to do! We love “coaches” but we hate “bosses”. Jesus was more of a Coach than a boss. He was in the trenches the men not shouting out orders from an ivory tower, and yet all of creation has a structure of which he is...
Description: In chapter 10 of 1st Corinthians Paul pulls from Old Testament examples of the dangers of using the security of our salvation as a license to sin. Download Outline: