Summary: Every building has a firm foundation. Without it, the building would fall down. Similarly, our faith has to have a firm foundation. That foundation is Jesus. Anything else will fail-even the church.
Summary: I want you to remember that part of that exciting anticipation is His promise to reward His servants for a job well done. Tonight, I want you to see that Scripture not only supports the idea of eternal rewards, it spells out the specifics.
Summary: Truth be known, we have all been guilty of playing Thee one ups Manship game. The words, I remember the time have all rolled off of our lips and while it's good to remember, it's better to remember the one who took you thru safely to the other side
Summary: Pain teaches great lessons. Perhaps you have heard: TIME WILL TELL? I guess the FIRE WILL TELL? Every man's work shall be made manifest: because it shall be revealed by fire; and the fire shall try every man's work of what sort it is.
Summary: Paul tells the Corinthian Christians and us that in order to keep from standing before the Lord singed, we must build our Christian life on things that are valuable or we will stand before the Lord, singed. We will look like we walked through fire.
Summary: Paul continues trying to help the divided Corinthian church by giving yet another answer to one of their problems. There were some troublemakers in the church that were set on destroying the church.
Summary: Believers don’t need to pit one minister against another, or exalt one minister over another, or to even favor one minster over another, or especially not form a clique around a minister. This passage tonight offers Paul’s 6th answer to this division problem.