1 Corinthians 5:1-13 - Tim Maton
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6h ago
If we’re going to take collective responsibility for the holiness of the church, then we need to be sincere about our own discipleship, which will mean regularly dying to self. And we need a high bar on what we mean by Christian community, sharing lives and discipling one another, which will mean having difficult conversations with one another from time to time ..read more
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1 Corinthians 4:14-21 - Sean Hammond
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by Everyday Church
6d ago
Be patient with everyone. You are going to meet people in church or in Life Group who are going to rub you the wrong way. It’s just going to happen. But when we remember we are all made in the image of God, and if we remember what Paul said at the beginning of the letter to the Corinthians that none of us can boast that we are better than anyone else, then we can learn to have grace with one another ..read more
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1 Corinthians 4:1-13 - Amanda Featherstone
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by Everyday Church
1w ago
Paul is sarcastic about the Corinthian’s boasting which is rooted in pride – regarding one person as better than another in race, class, roles in the church, wisdom/eloquence, factions re leaders, and gifts of the Spirit. Paul followed the lead of Jesus, the God who came in low, fully God, fully man, – a picture of the ‘suffering servant’ who came low to serve, to die on the cross ..read more
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1 Corinthians 3:1-23 - Adam Bream
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by Everyday Church
2w ago
Paul starts of chapter 3, by DISCIPLING the Church to see with some clarity and conviction where they might be getting stuck. Where immature theology and worldly values ARE hindering them from a life of spiritual GROWTH. BUT… he ends the chapter by giving them a vision of how God sees them / of how God has positioned them / of what GOD has in store for them ..read more
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1 Corinthians 2:6-16 - Tim Maton
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by Everyday Church
1M ago
The why question for the Corinthians revealed the problem of pride. Paul addresses their pride by reminding them that the gospel is the great leveller. Christians have no reason to boast because our salvation is all down to God. There’s no basis for feeling either superior or inferior to other believers. The challenge with pride is that its presence can be very subtle ..read more
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1 Corinthians 1:26-2:5 - David Featherstone
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by Everyday Church
1M ago
Lots of people want Jesus without the cross. Limit him to being just a good moral teacher or a misunderstood martyr. But the cross is the whole point – the reason he came. His weakest moment – is his most powerful act! The cross is the deepest of mysteries – and the simplest of truths. What it achieves is within the grasp of a child or the most impaired of minds – and yet its full depths are beyond the sharpest of intellects and the most powerful of angels. It can be understood in a moment, but we’ll spend eternity exploring its wonders ..read more
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1 Corinthians 1:1-9 - Introduction - Simon Elliott
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by Everyday Church
1M ago
We want to get into Corinthians because it is a book about mission. It is written by a man on mission, the church is the fruit of that mission and they are a people on mission. They have been blown off course. The success of the gospel in drawing people from every area of life is potentially their downfall. In their desire to be accessible and relevant to their city, they are in danger of becoming indistinguishable from their city. Paul is calling them back to the uniqueness, purity, unity, and power of the gospel not so they can become even more proud, but so they become even more missionally ..read more
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The Gift - Myrrh - Sean Hammond
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by Everyday Church
2M ago
Have you ever heard the saying it is better to give than receive? That sounds like the kind of sage advice you might see on an inspirational Instagram post, doesn’t it? Would it surprise you to know that it is actually from the Bible? The apostle Paul, in Acts chapter 20, said to his friends “remember the words the Lord Jesus himself said: ‘It is more blessed to give than to receive.’” Over the last couple of weeks we have looked at the gifts of Gold and Frankincense already, and today I want to focus on the gift of Myrrh. And I’m just going to come right out and say that Myrrh is a strange pr ..read more
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The Gift - Frankincense - Simon Elliott
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by Everyday Church
3M ago
These wise men bring gifts that would have made sense to them. These were valuable items, and they were bringing gifts for a King. But, as we are hinted at in Isaiah 60, these gifts were also part of God’s plan for revealing the true identity of this child. Offerings of thanksgiving and praise: o Gold – sovereignty and Kingship o Frankincense – this child is worthy of worship o Myrrh – death and sacrifice ..read more
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The Gift - Gold - Caroline Barnard
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by Everyday Church
3M ago
Even though Jesus at this point, is a small child, and born into humble origins, the son of a carpenter, he is in fact a King. The one and only King. King over all the earth. He’s not sitting in the palace with Herod, but nevertheless, he is a King. But what kind of King is he? We’re going to look at a few Kings in this passage to learn more about what kind of King Jesus is, and why we should do as the wise men do and bow down and worship him ..read more
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