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What would it be like to be part of a church where love and commitment are normal and jealousy and strife are foreign? The Corinthians didn't know - and that's why Paul challenges them to grow up.
Have you ever considered the make-up of the church in Rome? Jews and Gentiles? Uptight and laid-back? Legalists and Grace-lovers? How were they to exist together? Paul implores them to carry the weaknesses and mentor one another, and in that way, they would exhibit for the city the beautiful wisdom that is the church.
Since God never lies (cf. Titus 1:2) we can trust what He says above any other voices we may here. This is so important because the "voice" of culture will continually tell us a variety of things which are untrue (e.g., you can't change, you need this brand of clothes, you're unimportant unless you achieve ______, etc.). What does God's Word tell us if we allow it to speak?
Robert discusses the difference between knowing Jesus and simply knowing about Jesus
Following Moses’ leading of the people of God out of slavery in Egypt, they find themselves waiting at the bottom of Mount Sinai for 40 days and 40 nights while Moses is communicating with God. In their impatience, they offer a golden calf as a sacrifice which ultimately leads to God’s judgment on them for their sin. Yet afterwards, God makes this promise: Exodus 34:10 And he said, “Behold, I am making a covenant. Before all your people I will do marvels, such as have not been created in all the earth or in any nation. And all the people among whom you are shall see the work of the Lord, for it is an awesome thing that I will do with you. The amazing thing in this short narrative is that God gathers a people to Himself, and in the shortest amount of time, they turn to their own wisdom and their own sense of what worship is. They commit the most heinous acts of idolatry and yet God is faithful to forgive them and even use them for future ministry. God covenants with them and promises to do marvels among them.
Today’s sermon from the Everybody series deals with spiritual “infants” and the maturity level of the jealous and quarreling Corinthians according to 1 Corinthians 3:1-9. Listen to learn about the diagnosis, the symptoms and the cure as they are explained.
Who wrote the Letter to the Hebrews? Was it Paul, Apollos, Silas? What does it mean to speak in these "last days?" How is Jesus the exact imprint of God? This majestic letter to the Hebrews is a high treatment of Jesus our Savior.