Are you starting to see the value of daily Bible study? It does your heart good. Bible reading instills in you a constant awareness of the presence of God. It also encourages you to stay pure.
Today you will read I Corinthians 1-7. The church in Corinth had many problems. Paul writes an aggressive letter urging them to repent of their sins. Let his letter encourage you to be firm in your convictions.
"For the word of the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved it is the power of God" (I Corinthians 1:18). Christianity appears rather foolish to the lost. They will not accept its truth. Four days ago you looked up information on proofs of the existence of God. Now, organize your findings. In your notes answer the following question. How can I know for certain that there is a God?
On Day Five you learned how the church is to take action when a member is involved in sin. These steps had not been taken with the brother referred to in chapter five of today's reading. How should the church in Corinth have handled the situation and what did Paul say should be done at this point?
Sexual immorality destroys the faith and lives of Christians. It starts with lust. Stay away from pornography, dirty movies, and situations that cause you to lust. Do not get involved in any sexual situation unless it is with the person you are married to. "Yet the body is not for immorality, but for the Lord," (I Corinthians 6:13).