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  • Eating And Drinking Questions

    Contributed by David Rigg on Nov 25, 2018

    What can a Christian eat or drink that isn't sinful? This sermon deals with that question.

    Eating And Drinking Questions Romans 14:1-23 [1] Receive one who is weak in the faith, but not to disputes over doubtful things. [2] For one believes he may eat all things, but he who is weak eats only vegetables. [3] Let not him who eats despise him who does not eat, and let not him who does more

  • God Is A Hunter

    Contributed by David Diyanni on Nov 8, 2015

    This is a sermon about what the Bible says about hunting and eating meat

  • Back To Basics Series

    Contributed by Ken Mckinley on Jan 14, 2005
    based on 19 ratings

    When those who should be eating meat need milk again. This is the first in a series of the essential doctrines of the Christian Faith.

    Back To The Basics (The essential doctrines pt. 1) By Kenny McKinley 2nd Tim. 3:16 – 4:5 (Read Text) Today I’m starting a sermon series that I’ve titled “Back to the Basics”. In the Scripture we just read, Paul was writing to his protégé Timothy, and he tells him, (my paraphrase) “That all more

  • Idolatry: Dancing With Myself

    Contributed by Peter Loughman on Oct 28, 2006
    based on 6 ratings

    Also 1cor 10:14-22. How Paul’s discussion of not eating meat sacrificed to idols is very relevant for us today

    Intro Story – The Chauffeur A very well respected Nobel prize-winning physicist was asked to travel the country and lecture on some of his current theories. His sponsors provided a limousine and a chauffeur. Night after night, city after city the physicist gave the exact same lecture. After all more

  • Stumbling Block

    Contributed by Lou Nicholes on Jan 25, 2005
    based on 16 ratings

    Paul answers one of the most controversial subjects that the Corinthians had asked in their letter. "Is it a sin for Christians to eat meat that has been sacrificed to idols?" The basic principle involved is, "What is the proper Christian attitude toward

    THOUGHTS ABOUT THE PASSAGE: Charles Spurgeon frequently visited Monaco which had been a gambling resort for years. Spurgeon, of course, was not a gambler, but he enjoyed visiting the grounds of the Casino of Monte Carlo and walking through its lavish gardens. Spurgeon thought the gardens were more

  • Will It Be Milk Or Meat?

    Contributed by J Jeffrey Smead on Feb 12, 2014
    based on 54 ratings

    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.

    For those not familiar with an Anglican Service, there are four readings prior to the Message. Today's lessons are Deuteronomy 30:15-20; Psalm 119:1-8; 1 Corinthians 3:1-9 and Matthew 5:21-37. Paul begins the 3rd chapter of his letter by telling the Corinthians that there are two levels of more

  • Value Judgments Or Judging With Value Series

    Contributed by Guy Glass on Sep 13, 2005
    based on 14 ratings

    Each judgment we make, though, says far more about us than it does about the issue under judgment. Paul brings this into clarity for the believer, as judgments were being made over the significance of eating meat that had been offered to idols. The resp

    VALUE JUDGMENTS OR JUDGING WITH VALUE 1 Corinthians 8:1-13 INTRODUCTION: The dictionary defines a value judgment as, ¡§an assessment that reveals more about the values of the person making the assessment than about the reality of what is assessed.¡¨ In reality, we all make judgments all the more

  • Exercising Series

    Contributed by Kent Lenard on Nov 22, 2003
    based on 34 ratings

    This sermon deals with learning how to apply God’s word to our everyday lives

    Exercising James 1:22, Acts 15:20, Rom 14:19, 21, Ecc 6:7 November 13, 2003 I. Today I want to look at the sixth way to get into God s word. We ve talked about Hear, Read, Study, Memorize, and Meditate. If you remember that drawing that we did of the hand, the palm is Apply. A. You more

  • Freedom And Responsibility

    Contributed by Ed Sasnett on Jun 30, 2010
    based on 4 ratings

    Because our actions influence the actions of others, we must learn to balance our freedom with responsibility.

    Title: Freedom and Responsibility Text: 1 Corinthians 8:1-13 Truth: Because our actions influence the actions of others, we must learn to balance our freedom with responsibility. Aim: To help them practice responsible freedom toward other Christians. INTRODUCTION Tell about man at a former more

  • Living In Shades Of Gray

    Contributed by Lynn Malone on Jun 18, 2012
    based on 2 ratings

    Love and sacrifice should be the guiding principles when we deal with ethical questions that abide in the gray areas of life.

    Living in Shades of Gray 1 Corinthians 8:1-13 I like black and white. No, not the racial thing, but questions that have yes or no answers, those questions that are either right or wrong. It makes life simpler, and Lord knows, I could use a simpler life. The Bible is really good at that in more

  • Guard Your Testimony

    Contributed by Horace Wimpey on Jun 25, 2016

    Paul writes to the Corinthian Christians that it is not our knowledge that is important, it is our love for each other as we guard our testimony so as not to cause others to stumble.

    Guard Your Testimony 1 Corinthians 8:1-13 (NLT) for audio, video of this sermon go to, Intro: In one “Peanuts” comic strip one of the females Small Fry came to Charlie Brown and said, “Yes sir, Charlie Brown, Abraham Lincoln was a great man. Charlie more

  • Christian Freedom And The Weak Brother Series

    Contributed by John Lowe on Sep 11, 2019

    “Welcome people who are weak in faith, but don't get into an argument over differences of opinion” (Romans 14:1; GW). The bottom line was that they were to be a help, rather than a hindrance, to these less mature Christians.

    January 10, 2013 Commentary on First Corinthians By: Tom Lowe Topic #7: Questions Concerning Christian Freedom, 1 Corinthians 8.1-11.1 Lesson 7.2: Christian Freedom and the Weak Brother Scripture: 1 Corinthians 8.7-13 1 Cor 8.7-13 (KJV) 7 Howbeit there is not in every man that more

  • Let Every Man Be Fully Persuaded

    Contributed by Ron Freeman, Evangelist on Dec 22, 2018
    based on 2 ratings

    To establish that there are some things which are permitted in Christian Liberty, that is left entirely up to every man’s conscience. These liberties are not matters of doctrine; but, matters of indifferences, pertaining to the heart and conscience.

    INTRODUCTION Outline: 1. Regarding Their Own Diet 2. Regarding Their Observance of Days 3. Regarding Their Occasional Drink Remarks: 1. In our lesson today we are going to be discussing the theme: “Let every man be fully persuaded.” My early years in the Baptist Denomination; I heard this sentence more

  • Our Way, No Way Or God's Way

    Contributed by Howard Gunter on Sep 30, 2018
    based on 2 ratings

    Getting away from the tendency to believe our walk of faith is the ONLY or the SUPERIOR way

    Weekend Message/Devotion Mark 9:38-50 September 30, 2018 Our Way, No Way, OR God’s Way Today’s gospel reading begins with the account of John telling Jesus that he and the other disciples saw someone casting out demons in the name of Jesus. He said that they made this fellow stop because he more

  • Living By The Spirit Not The Spirits Series

    Contributed by John Sears on Nov 21, 2013
    based on 6 ratings

    In a world where alcohol is so prevalent at parties and social gatherings, how should we as Christians react? Is it okay to have a drink every now and then?

    Introduction A few months ago, I was checking my email. And I got this message from a young friend who forwarded a message from a friend who serves in the military. The girl serving in the military had a question that was causing her a great deal of burden. Let me read you the email. more