God's Gifted Church - Pt. I (31 of 40) by Ernest Easley
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Series: Living Under Kingdom Authority
Ernest L. Easley
1 Corinthians 12:1-7,11
Now as you're turning to 1 Corinthians 12, I want to again invite you to join us tonight at 6:00 PM in the gym as we continue our five fabulous Sunday night summer special series on …
The Son of God: The Life of Jesus in You.
We are learning how the life of Jesus in us impacts our lives and in doing so, we are using short clips from the movie: Son of God. For example: last Sunday night our topic was:
''Jesus' Temptation and our Temptation.''
We saw the movie clip of Jesus being tempted by Satan and then we looked to the Bible for help in escaping temptation. Each session includes a study guide, so bring something to write with! Tonight we're learning about ..
''Jesus' Suffering and our Suffering'' as we focus on Romans 5.3-4, ''We also rejoice in our suffering because we know that suffering produces perseverance, perseverance character and character, hope.'' What does that mean and what does that look like for us? You will want to invite somebody to join you tonight.
Then on the fifth Sunday night, August 3rd, we'll be showing the Son of God movie from start to finish. What a great way to use these summer Sunday nights to impact your walk with God.
We are currently in a study of the New Testament book of 1 Corinthians learning How to live under kingdom authority. Last time together we discovered from chapter 11
the principle of authority: you must first be under to be over.
the power of authority: Overcomers! Conquerors! Victors!
the place of authority: home-life, professional-life and church-life.
As we come to chapter 12, let me remind you that the Apostle Paul is responding to a letter he received from the church at Corinth. This church was made up of first generation believers. They were having some issues during their worship gathering and they had written Paul about seeking his counsel. So beginning in c ...
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