Contributed on Nov 26, 2012
What should church be like?
When We Come Together... 1 Corinthians 14:26-40 Kurt Lindgren www.pastorkurt.com INTRO: 4 IMPORTANT ASPECTS TO BEING A CHRISTIAN: 1.BEGINNING - STARTING POINT / YOU MUST BE BORN AGAIN 2.FINISHING - STRIVE / DONT QUIT / GET BACK IN RACE 3.PERSONAL WALK - DAILY, BATTLE SIN, TEMP, ...read more
Contributed on Nov 27, 2012
Speaking in tongues was a major issue in Corinth and its also a major issue today!
Kurt Lindgren www.pastorkurt.com SPEAKING IN TONGUES 1 Corinthians 14:1-25 / November 4,2012 INTRODUCTION: Paul teaches about two features of the worship service in Corinth tongues and prophecy and discusses their value or importance. Spiritual Gifts: 1) varied. 2) come from God. 3) The ...read more
Contributed on Nov 29, 2012
The way the Corinthian church members were living didn’t make sense!
A SENSIBLE RELATIONSHIP WITH GOD 1 Corinthians 10:14-22 / September 16,2012 SENSIBLE: Making decisions in accordance with wisdom or prudence; likely to be of benefit: "a sensible diet". Showing reason or sound judgment; reasonable - wise - judicious - perceptible - rational INTRODUCTION: The ...read more
Contributed on Dec 6, 2012
There were certain people in the Corinth church who taught there was no resurrection from the dead! Paul confronts them with hard evidence...
www.pastorkurt.com INTRODUCTION: Corinth was the center of the Epicurean philosophy, which said that, because there is no eternity, man should eat, drink, and be merry on earth. Part of this Epicurean mentality had filtered into the church. Specifically, there were those in the church who ...read more
Contributed on Dec 9, 2012
The issue in doubt in the Corinthian church is that one day people will be raised from the dead. Not every person in the Corinthian church believed it will happen.
www.pastorkurt.com INTRODUCTION - Are you a Christian with doubt? What do you doubt about? I’ve had people say to me - I have a hard time believing DEFINITION - Doubt: A place between belief and unbelief, involves uncertainty or distrust or lack of sureness of an alleged fact. The ...read more