A Divided Church

1st Corinthians

Chuck AdairJanuary 8, 2023All Church

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Passage: 1 Corinthians 1:10-24


Paul’s first letter to the Corinthians is like a calm, clear voice speaking into the midst of chaos. Things at the church in Corinth are in turmoil, and Paul sets up the gospel like a lighthouse to guide them through the troubled waters of their problems. For Paul, the gospel is the clear, calm voice that cuts through the noise.

Sermon Questions
  1. Why is unity such hard work? Why is it so important?
  2. This was a church that had lots of factions and divisions. What divides us as a church community? How do we deal with one another when we do not agree?
  3. What does it mean to embrace grace? How do you embrace grace for yourself? For others?
  4. John the Baptist stated that he must decrease so Christ could increase. Are you willing to decrease so that Christ might increase? What gets in the way of that happening?
  5. Who are you praying for with whom you disagree? How does praying help you love those that are tough for you to love?
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