Posts in 1 Corinthians
The Church's Forgotten Virtue

The maturity and faithfulness of the Church is not measured by our gifts or accomplishments, but by our love for people. Everything we are that is apart from the long-suffering, self-giving love of Christ would ultimately amount to nothing in God's eyes.

1 Corinthians 13

31 May 2015

Christopher Chia

The Contrarian Effect Of The Gospel

The Gospel radically transforms our lives. It enables us to be honest about our weaknesses because we are accepted in Christ. Through the Gospel, our focus is firmly fixed on Christ. The Gospel strengthens our trust in the sovereign God who works all things for our good and his glory. The Gospel weans us off self-reliance, as we wholeheartedly depend on the God who raises the dead.

2 Corinthians 1: 8-11

26 Apr 2015

Steve Van Rhyn

The Church and the Lord's Supper

This sermon addresses the ordinance of communion. We see that it is a visible and tangible display of the Gospel, a powerful picture of continuing in the Christian life, and a means by which shows us afresh the grace that He has already shown us in Christ.

1 Corinthians 11:17-34

8 Jun 2014

Edward Sim

The Church and the Lord's Supper

This sermon addresses the ordinance of communion. We see that it is a visible and tangible display of the Gospel, a powerful picture of continuing in the Christian life, and a means by which shows us afresh the grace that He has already shown us in Christ.

1 Corinthians 11:17-34

8 Jun 2014

Eugene Low