Sermons on 1 Corinthians
Satan wants us to believe the lie that God doesn’t know what He’s doing. We believe Satan and try to make ourselves into gods, because if we’re god, we can do whatever we want. We see other people get away with things we know are wrong, so we decide it’s okay to do those things too. When we make the decision to indulge in temptation, we hurt our relationship with others and with God. In love, God tells us “No” for our eternal good. 1 Corinthians 10:13
Singleness is a gift Some of the most famous heroes of the Bible were single. John the Baptist, Paul, and Martha were all unmarried, and God used them for great things. Churches tend to emphasize married couples and children, but singles play a vital role in their extended families and their church families. Contrary to popular belief, singleness is a gift. Sermon Text: 1 Corinthians 7:25-40
Because we know that we are victorious in Christ, we are free to give ourselves fully to the work of the Lord. Sermon Text: 1 Corinthians 15:50-58
Sermon Text: 1 Corinthians 15:35-57
The gifts and abilities we have can be put to use for all kinds of different goals, but the ultimate goal is to use what God has given us to bless, encourage, support and build up others. Sermon Text: 1 Corinthians 14
The Holy Spirit deals out spiritual gifts just as they are needed for the well-being of Christ’s church. That means that every person is essential.
God’s Spirit gives a variety of spiritual gifts. 1 Corinthians 12
We talk about the issues related to intimacy and purity that single and re-singled individuals deal with and share God’s counsel to them.
We look specifically at what God says about intimacy and purity and God’s design within the marriage relationship.
Because of what’s going on in our world today, we need to talk-openly and honestly about sexuality and God’s design for marriage. 1 Corinthians 5
We want to understand what gifts we are receiving in the Lord’s Supper so that we do not fail to care for the soul of everyone who receives it with us.
The church joyfully gives up its preferences if that will allow us to meet the perceived needs of those outside the church because God’s greatest desire is that all people come to know Jesus as we know him.