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In 1 Corinthians we read, "God is faithful, by whom you were called unto the fellowship of his Son Jesus Christ our Lord," in view of which we, personally, prefer to say that our fellowship is with the Triune God in the person of the Mediator—borne out, we consider, by 1 John where the Object of our fellowship is simply said to be. "He offered Himself a sacrifice" (1 Corinthians ; Hebrews ).(1) The person offering was to be a priest; it was the peculiar office of the priest under the law (Hebrews ). So Christ, that He might offer this sacrifice, was called to that office, and made a high .
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Get this from a library. Strong reproofs for a scandalous church: a study of 1 Corinthians Bible study guide. [Charles R Swindoll] -- Ancient Corinth, wealthy, busy, intellectual, sensual, godless. A good place for a church.
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The meaning is: “if even any one (ἄνθρωπος, as in Galatiansand 1 Corinthians ; 1 Corinthianset al.) shall have been overtaken by any fault,—so, namely, that the sin has reached him more rapidly than he could flee from it (1 Corinthians ; 1 Corinthians ; 1 Timothy Strong Reproofs for a Scandalous Church: A Study of 1 Corinthians - 98 copies; Saying it Well: Touching Others with Your Words 97 copies, 3 reviews; Stones of Remembrance 94 copies; Birth of an Exciting Vision: A Study of Acts - (Bible Study 91 copies; Starting Over: Fresh Hope for the Road Ahead 91 copies; Growing Pains.
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Notes on the First Epistle to the Corinthians 1 Corinthians 1 The epistle on which we are about to enter gives us more than any other an inner view of the church or assembly of God. It does not, like the epistle to the Romans, lay the foundation of divine righteousness.
But it is not at all contracted in its scope. Albert Barnes' Notes on the Whole Bible. Give not that which is holy - By some the word “holy” has been supposed to mean “flesh offered in sacrifice,” made holy, or separated to a sacred use; but it probably means here “anything connected with religion” - admonition, precept, or doctrine.
Pearls are precious stones found in shell-fish, chiefly in India, in the waters that. generated by an Adobe application. Love No greater song could be than that of love (1 Corinthians ).
There is no emotion as compelling; love conquers all and never fails (1 Corinthians8). It is the more excellent way (1 Corinthians ). Love takes many forms, and we use the English word in many ways. We may say we love chocolate, puppies, our wives, and God.
John “The word was God.” John “The Word was made flesh and dwelt among us.” John Jesus Christ was the Word, the living embodiment of the “first and great commandment,”—“Thou shalt love the Lord thy God and thy neighbor as thyself.” Matt.
John God heard—the Word. John God felt—the. The bearers of the Epistle were probably Stephanas, Fortunatus, and Achaicus (see the subscription, 1Co ), whom he mentions (1Co18) as with him then, but who he implies are about to return back to Corinth; and therefore he commends them to the regard of the Corinthians.
CHAPTER 1 1Co. The bearers of the Epistle were probably Stephanas, Fortunatus, and Achaicus (see the subscription, 1Co ), whom he mentions (1Co18) as with him then, but who he implies are about to return back to Corinth; and therefore he commends them to the regard of the Corinthians.
CHAPTER 1. 1Co. Introduction * 2. There is a blessedness in reversion * 3. The godly are in some sense already blessed * 4. Blessed are the poor in spirit * 5. The poor in spirit are enriched with a kingdom * 6.
Blessed are they that mourn * 7. Sundry sharp reproofs * 8. Motives to holy mourning * 9. The hindrances to mourning * Some helps to mourning * Chapter 3. The foregoing chapter was wholly taken up with reproofs and threatenings against the people of God, for their apostasies from him; but in this chapter gracious invitations and encouragements are given them to return and repent, notwithstanding the multitude and greatness of their provocations, which are here specified, to magnify the mercy of God, and to show that as sin abounded.
The evangelist, though he retains the Hebrew word Messias (which the woman used) in honour to the holy language, and to the Jewish church, that used it familiarly, yet, writing for the use of the Gentiles, he takes care to render it by a Greek word of the same signification, who is called Christ-Anointed, giving an example to the apostle's rule.
1 Corinthians44 Matthew34 Matthew Psalm 1 Thessalonians 1 Corinthians Questions. What are the three benefits of the believers as contained in this question.
(1) The believers shall be raised up in glory. (2) The believers shall be acknowledged and acquitted at the day of judgement. God is a Spirit: and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth The Lord Jesus Christ (John ) See the Theological Notes: "The Holy Spirit," at John in The Reformation Study Bible.
See the Theological Notes: "The Authentication of Scripture," at 2 Corinthians in The Reformation Study Bible. See the Theological Notes: "Illumination and Conviction," at 1. THE SECOND EPISTLE OF PAUL THE APOSTLE TO THE CORINTHIANS Commentary by A. R. FAUSSETT              INTRODUCTION THE following reasons seem to have induced Paul to write this Second Epistle to the Corinthians: (1) That he might explain the reasons for his having deferred to pay them his promised visit, by taking Corinth as his way to Macedonia (1Co ; 2Co.
Revelation 7 – Theand the Great Multitude A. The1. () Holding back judgment until the servants of God are sealed. After these things I saw four angels standing at the four corners of the earth, holding the four winds of the earth, that the wind should not blow on the earth, on the sea, or on any tree.15; 1 Cor.
v. —Simon Magus.—Analogies.—The Visible Form of the Church.—Paul and James on Justification.—Marks of Union.—No Profession in the English Church.—Ungodly Persona cannot belong to the True Church.—1 John i.
6, and 2 Cor. vi. 14—18 ex-plained; Actsii; xix.8,9; Johnxvii.6——Union with the Unholy to be.