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Devotions

Pancreatitis and Kingdom Advance

Pancreatitis and Kingdom Advance

I recently finished a biography of William McKinley, the 25th president of the United States. The author (Robert W. Merry) detailed McKinley’s assassination. On 6 September 1901, McKinley was shot twice in the stomach as he attended the World’s Fair in Buffalo New...

Articles

Men of the Word

Men of the Word

When we studied 1 Corinthians 14, we observed that there was some kind of a problem occurring in the corporate worship of the Corinthian Baptist (!) Church. When prophecies were being discussed, some of the wives had questions, perhaps about interpretation. In some...

Sermons

Doug Van Meter - 22 October 2023

Brotherly Concern (1 Corinthians 8:4–13)

We need to learn and live out the principles of 1 Corinthians 8–10 as we wrestle with how far to exercise our personal liberty as Christians. The principle of Paul’s exhortation is simple: Your liberty to do what is permissible ends where your brother or sister’s spiritual well-being begins. In other words, permissible liberty is to be governed brotherly concern. We will unpack this as we study vv. 4–13 under three major headings: 1. A Settled Confidence (vv. 4–6) 2. A Sensitive Conscience (v. 7) 3. A Selfless Concern (vv. 8–13)

Scripture References: 1 Corinthians 8:4-13

From Series: "1 Corinthians Exposition"

An exposition of 1 Corinthians by Doug Van Meter.

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Doug Van Meter - 22 October 2023

Brotherly Concern (1 Corinthians 8:4–13)

We need to learn and live out the principles of 1 Corinthians 8–10 as we wrestle with how far to exercise our personal liberty as Christians. The principle of Paul’s exhortation is simple: Your liberty to do what is permissible ends where your brother or sister’s spiritual well-being begins. In other words, permissible liberty is to be governed brotherly concern. We will unpack this as we study vv. 4–13 under three major headings: 1. A Settled Confidence (vv. 4–6) 2. A Sensitive Conscience (v. 7) 3. A Selfless Concern (vv. 8–13)

Scripture References: 1 Corinthians 8:4-13

From Series: "1 Corinthians Exposition"

An exposition of 1 Corinthians by Doug Van Meter.

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God’s word is entirely efficacious; what he says he will do, what he speaks he will accomplish. His word is never uttered into the void and never fails to produce what he intends.

Dennis Cole