I Corinthians 12:31-13:13
The Most Excellent Way
Sun. Dec 3rd
This sermon examines the circumstances that led Paul to write this beautiful ode to Christian love.
Christians are in a unique situation when called on to deal with their enemies. This lesson will outline the various strategies that the Bible provides when believers must face those who injure them in some way.
In his letter to the Corinthian church Paul says that love is the greatest of all the virtues. This lesson gives some reasons why this is so.
In any type of warfare, there are rules of engagement. These are put in place for the protection of all parties involved and to also help the battle (or discussion) move forward.
One of the most famous and quoted passages in the Bible describes the character of Christ’s love.
(I Corinthians 13:1-13)
Paul offers a prayer which will serve as a bridge to the idea that Christ is pre-eminent in their relationship with God.
This lesson reviews the spiritual exercise that prepares the Christian for worship as a lifestyle and not simply a regular activity at an appointed time.
This lesson continues the discussion on Christian ethics and how various elements come together to establish a Christian "Standard" for life and morality.
This lesson examines the day to day challenges of raising children in a blended family environment.
In his second letter to this church Paul continues to encourage and praise them for their faithfulness, and provides even more teaching about the second coming of Christ.
(II Thessalonians 1:1-12)
In this sermon Mike describes the normal pattern of growth necessary for a healthy Christian life.
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