Christians, Conflicts, and Courts - Pt. I (18 of 40) by Ernest Easley
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Series: Living Under Kingdom Authority
Ernest L. Easley
1 Corinthians 6.1-11
We are discovering these days from the New Testament book of 1 Corinthians what Living Under Kingdom Authority is all about. The more I learn about Living Under Kingdom Authority, the more I want to live under Kingdom Authority.
When it comes to living under kingdom authority, you have to make a clear-cut decision: ''I'm going to live under kingdom authority,'' because you don't just stumble under kingdom authority, you have to step under kingdom authority!
God has given us access to incredible power over our enemy that many of us are forfeiting, causing us to live in defeat to unholy things. It's time to stop traveling to heaven second class!
Many us are like that man who had on his bucket list to go on a cruise. He had saved up for years and finally had saved enough to hit the high seas!
As he walked on board the ship, he couldn't believe that his life-long dream was actually taking place. Upon arriving on board, he found his room, unpacked his bags and decided to take a quick tour of the ship. He walked by the dinning area where he saw people eating and laughing as they ate their meals fit for a king.
Well, it didn't take him long to work up an appetite. So he went back to his room and started eating the cheese and crackers he brought with him for the cruise to save some money. For several days, that's all he ate: cheese and crackers.
He would walk by the dinning area day after day seeing and smelling all the good food and then head back to his room for cheese and crackers. Well, on day four, he couldn't take it anymore. After another day of cheese and crackers, he headed to the dining area at supper time and asked a lady who was seating everyone how much money would it cost if he ate in the dinning area that night? She said, ''Well, let me see your ticket?'' He handed her his ticket. She took it, ...
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