Summary: Paul is clear to the Corinthians that there are two levels of Christian living. Some believers are living in the flesh, the carnal and others are living in the spiritual. This is still true today. Some believers are still on milk while others eat meat.
Summary: What is a carnal Christian? The word “carnal” is translated from the Greek word sarkikos, which means fleshly.” Here in the text, Paul is addressing the Corinthian church and he describes them as being carnal minded or having a fleshly yearnings.
Summary: In the hodge-podge world in which anything goes, God expects us to choose. You determine which type of man or woman you will be. Paul urges you to be a spiritual person focused on God and His will in your life.
Summary: But God gives us a part in the process:
1. Get serious about spiritual growth (vs. 1-4).
2. Find more ways to work with God (vs. 5-9).
3. Have faith in God’s Foundation (vs. 10-11).
4. Stay focused on our future (vs. 8 & 12-15).
Summary: Have you noticed that ducks fly in the form of a V? While in the air, these birds unite to create a symmetrical formation—one that seems to be choreographed by the divine hand of God. Upon flying in this manner, the ducks are not only presenting an air