Positive Principles For Proper Practice by Ronnie Floyd

"POSITIVE PRINCIPLES FOR PROPER PRACTCE"
May 23, 1993

INTRODUCTION:
The Bible is a book of principles. It is not just a book of
minute laws. For example, "do not smoke," "how should
you dress", etc.... The Bible says to do or not to do these
things, however, it is full of principles about what you
should do.
T.S.:
In I Corinthians we will discuss six principles for proper
practice.
L. PRINCIPLE OF EXPEDIENCY. (I Corinthians 6:12)
ixplain:
(NAS) "Profitable" (KJV) "Expedient"
An expedition is a journey. To be expedient, it
gets you on your way. It helps you get where you
are going.
* God has a plan or a goal for your life.
Application:
To determine whether something is right or wrong
is to Question.
Ask:
Does this thing help me achieve my desired
goal?
Does it help me achieve God's will?
Dmustration:
440 yard run - do I wear ski boots to do it?
* Your action may be lawful, but it is just not
expedient.
II. PRINCIPLE OF ENSLAVEMENT. (I Corinthians 6:12)
Explain:
Mastered means to be enslaved.
Illustration:
Question:
Does this thing I am going to do enslave me?
Application:
If you become a slave to anything other than
Jesus, then it is wrong.
If there is ...


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