Summary: Let's talk about the privileges, the punishments and the payoffs from 1 Corinthians 10:1-11 (Material adapted from E. Hurndall of Bible Hub at: http://biblehub.com/sermons/auth/hurndall/old_testament_pictures.htm)
Summary: Paul says , "the Israelites were under the cloud of Gods leadership, under the cloud of Gods Provisional Plan, Under the cloud of Gods Redemptive Plan, and under the Cloud of Gods Justice". If they are under the cloud then so are we.
Summary: It’s not enough to rely on our saved status as Christians. We need to cooperate with the Holy Spirit in fleeing temptation, in battling temptation, in staying above reproach. We can learn from the mistakes of our ancestors, the ancient Israelites.
Summary: Paul warns us about the dreadful and severe consequences of sin. He is also challenges us to avoid sin and persevere in our Christian lives. Paul will argues that many Christians will not finish their Christian lives well.
Summary: Paul wanted the believers in Corinth to know and understand that although they were 'free' in Christ it was not a license to seek out their own desires. He gives 4 examples of how that fails miserably!
Summary: How God helps us overcome temptation:
1. He warns us with an illustration (vs. 1-12).
2. He rescues us from isolation (vs. 13a).
3. He knows our limitation (vs. 13b).
4. He provides our liberation (vs. 13c).
Summary: We must be journey-minded and not destination-minded.
Faith is the road map to your future that will take you on the right road so that you do not get lost. Never stop moving until you reach your destination.
Israel embarked on a journey of no retu
Summary: How do you commit idolatry when you don’t believe in idols? How do you fall from grace when grace is what you most affirm? How can you be in bondage while you revel in freedom? How can you know so much when your great knowledge keeps you from knowing what
Summary: The wilderness experience of the Israelites is an illustration of how God’s people can provoke His anger through disobedience and faithlessness. We must take heed lest we fall by the same experience of unbelief (v. 5 cf. 11, 12). The apostle lists some t
Summary: Paul assures us that the things which happened to Israel are types or examples for us. Like the Israelites, Christians are strangers and pilgrims on earth who enjoy great spiritual mercies. The children of Israel had the types or shadows; we have the subs