Summary: Paul warns the Corinthian believers and us about deceiving ourselves into thinking that everyone goes to Heaven. We must be washed, sanctified and made righteous to enter into the Kingdom of God.
Summary: This passage deals with a number of sins that are practiced at least to a minor degree in our society today. Most of these sins that Paul mentions are socially acceptable. Yet God pulls no punches.
Summary: We tend to think of some people as almost unsaveable, but is that true? And when Paul describes a litany of sinners, he also notes that "such were some of you." Truly, there will be scoundrels in heaven, including you and me
Summary: Look at 3 NT Scriptures and then give some advice for those who struggle with this (Title and Material adapted from Andreas J. Köstenberger's book, God, Marriage, and Family and information from Christopher Yuan, website: www.christopheryuan.com/)
Summary: Authority in the church is very different to worldly authority. Leaders within the church must, first of all, be servants. We then learn to submit to our Spiritual Leaders as those who will be accountable for our souls. Christians who sue one another hav
Summary: Exposition of 1 Cor 6:9-11 regarding the deception that untransformed "believers" could be believers. And Paul's stunning statement that there were former homosexuals and male prostitutes among them. And the great summary of salvation: washed, sanctifie
Summary: If salvation depended upon living a sinless life, none of us would have a hope of reaching heaven. No Christian can claim to merit God’s mercy or grace. No saved individual can state that God was compelled to grant her life because of her goodness. We are
Summary: This is the eighth of a series of sermons based on scriptures where a rhetorical question beginning with the phrase "Do you not know. . ." is asked. This sermon deals with the rhetorical question asked in 1 Corinthians 6:9-11. "Do you not know that the u