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Speaker: Bart Steever I Corinthians 2 Understanding the wisdom of how God operates is not intuitive. An understanding of the ways of God doesn’t come to us through human reasoning.  God is full of surprises – he functions “in contrast” to what ma...

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Speaker: Bart Steever I Corinthians 3 In the first 3 chapters of this letter, Paul is establishing that these new Christians are losing contrast with the world around them because of improper distractions. It is easy to get distracted in our focus as a c...

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Speaker: Matt Robinson I Corinthians 4:11-17  In 1 Corinthians 4:7 Paul asks the believers in Corinth, “Who makes you different from anyone else?” He is wrapping up his emphasis from chapter 3. Following Jesus isn’t about pedigree or status. It’s...

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Speaker: Matt Robinson I Corinthians 5 & 6 The church of Corinth was made up of a bunch of new believers that were learning what it meant to be distinctly different. Paul is writing them to encourage and challenge them as they experience some major bu...

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Speaker: Bart Steever I Corinthians 7:17-35 Paul of Tarsus,  an unmarried man who is passionate about Christ, says single life is the way to go.  Serving Christ doesn’t depend on your life situation.  You can serve passionately without changing a “...

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Speaker: Bart Steever I Corinthians 8 Knowledge about God goes hand in hand with love for God, and love for others.  Knowledge alone leads to intellectual “puffiness”.  In consideration of who my actions affect, God should come in first, others are ...

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Speaker: Bart Steever I Corinthians 9:24-27; 10:1-13 In the great journey of life, keep your head up and look for the finish line.  Don’t let anything deter or weigh you down.   At all costs, whatever it takes, cross the finish line.  

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