Sermons on “1 Corinthians”

The Love of Knowledge or the Knowledge of Love

Chris continues the series of 1 Corinthians in Chapter 8, drawing parallels between our situation today and the culture of the day in which the early church found itself. He reiterates Paul’s conclusion that what matters is not our often inadequate and incomplete knowledge of God, but that God knows and loves us.

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Our own Q & A

At the end of our series on 1 Corinthians, Chris summarises the studies so far and answers questions from the congregation.

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Paul’s Q & A

Chris continues the series in 1 Corinthians 7, as Paul addresses specific questions and situations of the Corinthians.

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24/7 Faith

As Chris preaches on 1 Corinthians Chapter 6, Paul reminds us that we cannot separate our everyday lives from our faith. We need to live lives that reflect God’s Kingdom.

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1 Corinthians 5

Chris Johnson preaches on 1 Corinthians Chapter 5. We apologise for the lack of an audio recording, but please use the pdf notes posted instead.

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Rewarding Faith

Chris continues preaching on 1 Corinthians Chapter 4, reminding us that Spiritual riches do not guarantee, or equate to, success or financial reward. Rather, our reward we get through serving is God saying to us, “We done, good and faithful servant”.

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Co-workers

We are co-workers with God in building His church – but what is the quality of our building? Chris Johnson preaches on 1 Corinthians 3.

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Walk in step with the Spirit

Chris Johnson continues the series in 1 Corinthians 2, describing the worldview at the time of Paul and encouraging us not to stay as mere infants but to grow in our faith as we learn to walk in step with the Spirit.

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Rest on God’s Power

As Paul explains his mission strategy to the Corinthians, so Chris Johnson reminds us that our faith needs to rest on God’s power.

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Church United

Continuing his series on 1 Corinthians 1 with verses 10-17, Chris looks at how unity is essential for spiritual gifts to build up the church.

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