Sermons on “1 Corinthians”
In this series our aim is not to come up with clever theories about the cross but to reap its benefits, live its life and proclaim its gospel. Chris aims to inspire us to discover again the wonder and power of the cross of Christ. In the first talk he focusses on the revelation which the cross brings about who we are, who God is and how we can be reconciled.View Sermon
Chris seeks to apply what we have learnt during our recent series on the Holy Spirit to Burwell Baptist Church. He highlights two potential errors (Dispensationalism and Emotionalism) before outlining the orderly worship which the Apostle Paul commends. Chris also answers questions including “what is the point of speaking in tongues?”View Sermon
The Apostle Paul closes His first letter to Corinth with practical instructions and plans which echo his priorities throughout the letter. These include a desire to unity factions within the church, make clear the gospel and show how to apply it to practical situations. Chris explores what this can teach us about apply the gospel to our planning and priorities.View Sermon
As we continue to apply the Apostle Paul’s teaching from 1 Cor 15 to our life as a church we consider those things which Paul says are of first importance. In response there is an opportunity to covenant again with the Lord.View Sermon
The apostle Paul highlights three ways in which the interdependence of believers is undermined. Failure to acknowledge variety, inferiority and
superiority. Chris challenges us to overcome these tendencies and to opt to commit to interdependence.