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In 1 Corinthians 6:9-20, Paul asks a series of four questions in order to confront and correct the sexual immorality of the Corinthians. The problem with the Corinthian believers was that they didn’t really know the gospel and its implications for their lives, particularly in the matter of sexual immorality. So, Paul's four questions were intended to direct the Corinthians back to the gospel (and it implications), which alone has the power motivate them to flee sexual immorality (v. 18a) and to glorify God in their bodies (v. 20b). Paul's questions are based on the gospel-philosophy, “become what you are.”
The Person of Jesus, His physical coming to earth, is the lynch pin of the payment for sins. Jesus came as an actual man, who is God. He entered into our brokenness, became our priest, overcame temptation, and lived a sinless life.
God has set our faith firmly on the testimony of Jesus
Member of our family making their public declaration of their faith in Jesus.
Pastor Rob shares about the baptism, and how it is an important part of the believer's life and testimony..
In the Methodist tradition, baptism is something that is done once. The sacrament brings responsibilities for the parents, the sponsors and the congregation at large. Most of the work, as usual, is done by God.
We have a really exciting Sunday coming up. One I am eagerly anticipating.This Sunday 5 of our College and Career folks will be baptized with a number of them sharing their testimonies.