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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...

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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...

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Doug Van Meter - 9 June 2024

Dead Certain (1 Corinthians 15:20–28)

Paul was dead certain that Jesus Christ rose from the dead and therefore dead certain that the dead in Christ will also rise again. He was certain that those who die in Christ will rise again like Christ and therefore he was certain that this truth will shape how Christians live. Certainty is a theme of the text before us. But certainty, in this context, is more than mental assent; it must make a difference to the way we live. We will unpack this text under three broad headings: 1. Dead Certainty about the Resurrection (vv. 20–22) 2. Dead Certainty about the New Creation (vv. 23–27a) 3. Dead Certainty about the Consummation (vv. 27b–28)

Scripture References: 1 Corinthians 15:20-28

From Series: "1 Corinthians Exposition"

An exposition of 1 Corinthians by Doug Van Meter.

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Doug Van Meter - 9 June 2024

Dead Certain (1 Corinthians 15:20–28)

Paul was dead certain that Jesus Christ rose from the dead and therefore dead certain that the dead in Christ will also rise again. He was certain that those who die in Christ will rise again like Christ and therefore he was certain that this truth will shape how Christians live. Certainty is a theme of the text before us. But certainty, in this context, is more than mental assent; it must make a difference to the way we live. We will unpack this text under three broad headings: 1. Dead Certainty about the Resurrection (vv. 20–22) 2. Dead Certainty about the New Creation (vv. 23–27a) 3. Dead Certainty about the Consummation (vv. 27b–28)

Scripture References: 1 Corinthians 15:20-28

From Series: "1 Corinthians Exposition"

An exposition of 1 Corinthians by Doug Van Meter.

Download Audio     Read Online     Discussion Guide

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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