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Who’s Wisdom Are You Following? (1 Cor. 2)

Paul is writing to a church that was off to a great start, but is faltering.  They are breaking into factions, and they are finding more value in human leaders than in their Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.  Have you ever known Christians who were more loyal to their pastor or to a TV evangelist than they were to the Lord?  Paul says this happens when we trust in the world's wisdom rather than in God's.  Who's wisdom are you following?


The Foolishness of Preaching (1 Cor. 1:13-31)

The church at Corinth is splitting into factions, and Paul offers words of instruction to remind them of the basis and importance of their unity as a body.  He also takes this opportunity to remind us that the gospel does not need our help.  It does not need to be partnered with baptism, nor does it need sugar-coating, focus group evaluation, or marketing schemes.  As a matter of fact, adding those things to the gospel presentation reduces the power of the cross and reveals that the speaker lacks faith in the simple, confrontational gospel message to do its work.


Inspiration of Scripture (2 Peter 1:16-21)

We're following Peter's instructions for a rock-solid faith -- one that will weather any storm and continue to grow.  HE told us to have confidence in our faith (that's the foundation); he told us to tap into God's power (that's the Holy Spirit); he told us to follow God's promises (that's the blueprint).  This morning, we're going to focus on the reliability of the blueprint. Can it be trusted?


Your Spiritual House in Disrepair? (2 Peter 1:10-15)

So you have a firm foundation of faith, and you're plugged into the power of God, and you're referencing the blueprint (promises) of God, and you are building a house of faith -- your lifetime of spiritual fruit.  How important is it that we keep building and maintaining our house of faith?  Very! What we build on earth will have a direct impact on how we're welcomed into heaven.


Christmas Through the Eyes of Joseph (Matt. 1-2)

The person we’re looking at this morning – often called the silent figure in the Christmas story – had something far greater than COVID to worry about during that original Christmas season some 2,000 years ago.  Joseph is a man of action, not words.  He is not recorded as ever saying anything, but he is an example of faithfulness worthy of emulation. Let's see what we can learn from this “just” or upright man. 


Glory Days? (1 Peter 4:1-6)

The truth is that most people look back at their teens and twenties as their “glory days.”  However, for the child of God, your glory days are not the days of sin and debauchery of the past; your glory days are yet to come!  Peter is writing to those who converted to Christ as adults; and his message is “leave those wasted hours in the past and look ahead to the time that remains so you can the most of it.


Pure Milk (1 Peter 2:1-3)

Of the twenty-two different variations of milk that exist today, we're going to discuss one variation that is not on the list…and this milk is essential to life.  This milk has no harmful side-effects. This milk is a daily dietary requirement. We’re talking about the pure milk of the Word of God. 


How to live as a Christian in a World of Hostile Leftist Hatred (1 Peter 1:22-25)

As we celebrate America’s 245th birthday while studying 1 Peter, I want to use this morning’s passage to draw attention to a national scandal, a cancer in American culture that has been metastasizing for years.  If we don’t get it reversed, there may not be a 246th birthday.  The problem is hatred. Why is the atheistic angry left so hate-filled?  And how are we to live and succeed as Bible-believing Christians in a harsh, hostile "Twitter-verse" of leftist hatred? 


More Precious Than Gold (1 Peter 1:17-21)

Recently, a man digging through the contents of a dumpster found two paintings worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.  In a place of filth, among worthless debris destined for destruction, he rescued a treasure of immense value.  I mention it because this is a great illustration from the world of current events of the message that Peter has for us this morning.  Why should we live holy lives?  Because of the fairness of God's verdicts and the value He places on us.

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