Closing Comments at Corinth (21 of 21) by Donald Cantrell
This content is part of a series.Closing Comments at Corinth (21 of 21)
Series: 1 Corinthians
1 Corinthians 16:1-24
I - Giving Gifts are Discussed (1 - 4)
A) The Strategic Purpose (1)
B) The Simple Procedure (2)
1 - The Set Period
2 - The Select Participants
3 - The Sacred Place
4 - The Specified Proportion
C) The Sure Protection (3)
D) The Shared Perspective (4)
II - Gladly Going is Depicted (5 - 9)
A) Paul's Affectionate Longing (5)
B) Paul's Acceptable Lodging (6)
C) Paul's Attentive Lingering (7 - 8)
D) Paul's Assigned Liberating (9)
III - Genuine Guidance was Detailed (10 - 11)
A) Timothy's Personal Coming (10)
B) Timothy's Peaceful Care (11)
IV - Gifted Giant is Desired (12)
A) The Hearty Desire (12a)
B) The Hesitant Delay (12b)
V - Guarded Growth is Denoted (13 - 14)
A) Boldness in Life (13)
B) Bathed in Love (14)
VI - Gracious Goodbyes were Delivered (15 - 24)
A) The Loyal Laborers (15 - 18)
B) The Love Languages (19 - 24)
This sermon contains a fully alliterated sermon with sub-points.
Theme: ''Paul ties up a few loose ends and mentions some close friends''
In chapter sixteen Paul is going to give his closing comments to the Christian's at Corinth. He will discuss giving; his desire to see them again, then we will challenge them to stand strong and to bathe everything they do with love. He will also name some loyal laborers and boldly challenge them to love God. I came across this humorous list concerning giving.
Top 10 Things to Say about a Bad Christmas Gift
10. Hey, now there's a gift!
9. Well, well, well…
8. Boy, if I had not recently shot up four sizes, that would've fit.
7. This is perfect for wearing around the basement.
6. I sure hope this never catches fire! It is fire season, though.
There are lots of unexplained fires.
5. If the dog buries it, I'll be furious!
4. I love it, but I fear the jealousy it will inspire.
3. Sadly, tomorrow I enter the Federal Witness Protection Program.
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