#Wisdom

#Wisdom

Jun 2017 - Jul 2017

One of the churches Paul planted in the first century was in the ancient city of Corinth. Bible scholar Gordon Fee says, “Paul’s Corinth was at once the New York, Los Angeles, and Las Vegas of the ancient world...and the church was in many ways a mirror of the city.” It is surprising how many of the questions and issues we may have in modern society are addressed in this letter we have our Bibles. Join us as we discuss these topics from the book of First Corinthians and how we find modern application in our daily lives.

Sermons in this series
Sun, Jul 30, 2017
Series: #Wisdom
Jesus entreated his people to eat of his body and drink of his blood. He wanted to bind them together through his death, while helping them to connect with him after death. The church as a whole connects with Jesus through Communion. Honoring Jesus death allows us to be part of his kingdom.
Sun, Jul 16, 2017
Series: #Wisdom
Resurrection is not a term we use in everyday life. However, the concept of Resurrection is at the heart of the Christian faith. Baptism is a spiritual resurrection and someday, God will resurrection our bodies up to heaven to be with him forever. The future resurrection is what we have to look forward to.
Sun, Jul 09, 2017
Series: #Wisdom
Membership in anything has its privileges, but it also has its responsibilities. Being a member of God's kingdom does not mean you deserve anything. In fact, God has sacrificed so much for each of us, we are eternally in his debt. Therefore, we should do all we can to service his kingdom and work to glorify him with all we have.
Sun, Jul 02, 2017
Series: #Wisdom
Controversial topics are never easy to deal with. The world and the Bible have different concepts of what is controversial. Being single can be consider "bad", but Paul praises it. Sex, Marriage, Divorce are all things the Bible has clear stances on, yet the World does not agree. Where should disciples truly stand on these issue?
Sun, Jun 18, 2017
Series: #Wisdom
In 1st Corinthians 13, Paul gives one of the best descriptions of what true Agape love looks like. Love is the core of being a Disciple and we have to show it with our lives. Does your life reflect Love and Unity, the way that Jesus' life did?
Sun, Jun 11, 2017
Series: #Wisdom
The Corinthians were known for their wisdom. Unfortunately it was not Godly wisdom. To truly understand God and his wisdom, we must look deep into his word. Only then will we truly understand the great reward that comes from letting God be the only wisdom we ever need.
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