Honestly tackling the temptations and addictions (parasites) that can damage, even destroy, relationships; learning to say, “I have sinned,” rather than “mistakes were made.”
1 Corinthians 15 is “the great resurrection chapter” of the New Testament. The reality of the resurrection is the basis of our faith in Jesus and our hope of heaven. But what if there is no resurrection?
To be blessed we must be participants in God’s purpose. Having learned about that purpose, we must be motivated to fully participate. However, we are sometimes hindered. Let’s learn about the hindrances and how to remove them.
Fiji work: The importance of building a mission work that endures.
In a remarkable text, Paul claims to have “become all things to all men.” What did the phrase mean for him, and what does it mean for us?
The Lord’s church is often accused of being “church-centered” rather than “Christ-centered.” How do we prove otherwise?
After giving the Corinthian church great hope through the resurrection of the Christ, Paul concludes chapter fifteen on 1 Corinthians by showing how they can be better as the living body of Christ.
The title is from a quote by Oscar Wilde, who lived up to his name. The struggle to which he humorously refers is not very funny to us. If not for the Lord’s help and strength, we would have no hope resisting temptation’s power.
What about the kingdom of God at the end of time? Will there be a thousand year reign on earth at the end? What does the Bible teach?
What should be our perspective on morality in America in view of the recent Supreme Court decisions? Hopefully, we will strive to continue to look to God for leadership and strive for an appropriate balance in our thinking.