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Our freedom to do certain things is important to us. But there is a different kind of freedom that is even more valuable than those freedoms. Once you experience it, you’ll discover that it’s worth sharing, even if it means letting go of a few of those other freedoms.
Moms, you have an important part in displaying the good news of Jesus to your children. But that’s not the only part you have in the Gospel. You also get to take part in experiencing the goodness of the Gospel as Jesus helps you in this important role.
Each of us get to have a part in the Gospel, the good news of Jesus in two distinct ways. The first ways is in responding to the good news of Jesus. The second way is in doing your part in sharing it with others.
This week and next week, as we look at 1 Corinthians 9, Paul, in caring for the church family in Corinth, withheld certain rights as their spiritual caregiver. This week we will look at what those rights were that Paul had. And next week we will look at how and why he chose to withhold…
What does the resurrection mean for us? It gives us the assurance that just as he fulfilled his promise to rise from the dead, He will also fulfill His promise to return to take us with Him to where we one day will be: with Him in Heaven.
Jesus’ love for us compelled him to let go of Heaven to be like us, to walk where we walk. But He didn’t just stop at where we are, in taking on himself humanity: Jesus chose to humble himself even lower to take on himself something that we couldn’t take on in our own strength.
The Bible shows us different ways that we can love others. It also reminds us that those are the very ways that we are loved by Jesus. One of these ways is in how we put others before ourselves because that is exactly what Jesus did for us.
How do we balance the liberty that is ours in our walk with Jesus and the responsibility of helping our brothers and sisters grow in their walk with Jesus?
As a Christian, have you ever wondered what to do when you face something that isn’t specifically mentioned in the Bible? What do you do when you’re not sure how to apply the truths of the Bible to an area of in your life? 1 Corinthians 8 gives us some guidelines to help us know…
In the last section of 1 Corinthians 7, Paul reminds us to see both marriage and singleness in this life in light of eternity. With this perspective, we can see an amazing benefit that those who are single get to take advantage of.