This is a textual lesson covering Paul’s argumentation regarding marriage and celibacy found in 1 Corinthians 7:1-11. Please excuse the mistake on the title slide which says the lesson only covers the first 7 verses. The first 11 verses are covered in this lesson.
This is a textual lesson from 1 Corinthians 6:12-20. Will we be mastered by the Lord or by our fleshly desires? Will we be joined to Christ or to harlots? Will we glorify God or dishonor God with our bodies?
This is a textual lesson on 1 Corinthians chapter 5. The apostle Paul is instructing the church in Corinth to cast out the immoral man from their midst, to remember the standard of purity for the Lord’s church, and reminds them that it is their duty to judge those who are within the church.
This is a textual lesson from Paul’s first letter to the church in Corinth (1 Corinthians 3:1-10). Paul is correcting some false perceptions about being spiritual and also some false views about God’s servants, specifically those that had been working among the church in Corinth (Paul, Apollos, etc). The church needed to be reminded that spiritual people must also act spiritual (not with rivalries and contentions). They also needed to be reminded that their teachers were just servants of God and not to be praised. Using a farming analogy, Paul points out that God owns the land, the workers, and the crop that is produced.