Glorifying God at Corinth (15 of 21) by Donald Cantrell
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Series: 1 Corinthians
1 Corinthians 10:23-33, 11:1
I - Four Productive Principles of Christian Freedom (23 - 30)
A) The Principle of Edification (23)
B) The Principle of Obligation (24)
C) The Principle of Individualization (25 - 27)
D) The Principle of Humiliation (28 - 30)
II - Fabulous Personal Precepts of Christian Freedom (31 - 32)
A) The Precept of Glorifying the Lord (31)
B) The Precept of Gauging the Lookers (32)
III - Favorable Proven Patterns of Christian Freedom (33 - 11:1)
A) The Evangelization of the Lost (33)
B) The Imitation of the Lord (11:1)
This sermon contains a fully alliterated outline with sub-points.
Theme: ''Using our Christian freedom to Glorify God''
The Presence of Christ Changes our Actions
In a recent sermon, Leith Anderson asked, ''Did you see the movie Air Force One starring Harrison Ford? The president's Boeing 747 is hijacked by terrorists. The president is a former soldier who fights back. Eventually there is no crew, and the plane is going down. Only the president and one terrorist are left.
''To rescue the president, a zip-line is connected to the 747 in an attempt to move the president along the wire into the smaller plane. Radio contact is lost. Officials are horrified as the radar shows the 747 go down.
''Finally there is radio contact from the smaller plane to the war room at the White House. The pilot says, 'Liberty 2-4 is changing call signs. Liberty 2-4 is now Air Force One.' It is the presence of the president that makes the plane Air Force One.
When we believe in Jesus Christ, we change our call sign. Whatever the reasons, whatever our names, we become Christians. It is the presence of Jesus Christ that makes us Christians.''
In our sermon today we will see that due to our new relationship with Christ we have an entire new focus and outlook on life.
1Co 10:31 KJV - Whether therefore ye eat, or drink, or whatsoever ye ...
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