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Who were the Corinthians? What was their culture like? What influences surrounded them? When would Paul have written the first letter to the Corinthians? Research patronage in Ancient Rome.
Why did Jesus rename him Rock? How is the church structure starting to evolve? Note: he is mentioned in Acts and Acts Read Acts Chapters 13 — 14 -What was a proconsul in ancient Rome? What would the travel be like? Who is the intended audience?
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Romans We are all living sacrifices… so in Christ we who are many form one body…. When Saul was renewed he became Paul — he was renewed, he was transformed into a new person in Christ Jesus; a miraculous change in a matter of days Acts 9. Have you felt this change in you before? Was it sustained Psalm ? Have you felt it more than once? We give ourselves negative labels because we get lost in the world. We get lost in what we have been told. We get lost in the times we may have failed or succeeded but not as much as we wanted to perfectionism, criticism.
We get lost in the bad things we may have done or the good things we did not do. In Christ you can be found again; your sins are forgiven and your spirit is made new. To You. Tell me lest I forget who I am to You. That I belong to You. Tell me once again who I am to You. Who I am to You.
For He shields him all day long, and the one the Lord loves rests between his shoulders. A greatly loved person. In allowing your confidence in Christ fill your life your self esteem will rise and your new label will be given… or your true label will be revealed.
When this happens you will be open to what God has to tell you and will be willing to follow when He calls upon you to utilize your spiritual gifts. Will — The mental faculty by which one deliberately chooses a course of action; self control, self discipline; A desire, purpose, or determination; Deliberate intention or wish; bearing or attitude towards others: full of good will. What does it mean to conform or transform your will to His? What has to take place in your life for this to happen? Or what is holding you back? Romans 3 — 8 speaks of humbleness and allowing each other to do what each of us is called to do.
Why do you suppose this comes right after the excitement of verse 2?
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Read 1Corinthians 12 — 31 and We encourage you to use this Study as a guide to building a relationship with God and going to Him for the answers—we believe that your faith and relationship with God will grow stronger and faster by doing that. This Bible Study is intended to answer questions, but most importantly, to help you understand who God is, and to assist you with building a relationship with Him.
In learning and understanding the Scriptures, and by spending time with God, you will gain a better relationship with Him. These are a list of questions that have been brought about in discussions during this Bible Study. This list may continue to grow throughout the eight week series. If you are following along Online, please E-mail any questions that you may have to DeaconTash christcornerstone. We will answer the questions the last week of the study and then post them. Faith: 1. Confident belief or trust in a person, idea, or thing 2. Loyalty; allegiance 3.
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A religion. Questions that you had along the way, questions you have as you are on your way, questions others have asked you. Homework Assignment for Week 2 and Influence: 1. A power indirectly or intangibly affecting a person or course of events. Power to sway or affect based on prestige, wealth, ability, or position. One exercising such power. Pause: What has power over you?
Or should the question be, who or what do you allow to have power over you? Discussion of Canaanite Culture:.
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You shall have no other gods before me. You shall not make for yourself an idol. You shall not misuse the name of the Lord. Remember the Sabbath day by keeping it Holy. Honor your mother and father. You shall not murder. You shall not commit adultery. You shall not steal.
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You shall not give false testimony against your neighbor. What were the sins of the people in the two stories? How many commandments did they break? There are many more stories and calls back to follow God through the prophets and some kings most anti-Baalistic kings — Hezekiah and Josiah. The main topic and sin committed is idolatry— you will not find them specifically pointing out homosexuality, or mentioning at all.
What does this mean to you? Readings for Next Week:. Genesis 19 B. Sodom and Gomorrah.
Exodus 20 — B. Ten Commandments. Joshua 23 and 24 to B. Call Back to the Covenant. Judges 19 — B. Levite and Concubine. Ezekiel 6 — B. Judgment on Idolatrous Israel. Homework Questions for Next Week:. The Israelites seem to fall in and out of commitment to God — do you do the same? How did they allow their influences to get the best of them?
How do you? What influences do you have in your life? How can you combat these influences to remain on track to follow God? Find a verse or verses in our readings that may give you guidance and strength to follow God. Please come prepared to discuss this verse next week, so others may find strength as well. The passage: In his first epistle to the church at Corinth, Paul lists many activities that he believes will prevent people from inheriting the Kingdom of God heaven. Unfortunately, the Greek original from which many English language Bibles have been translated, is ambiguous about two of the groups who are condemned.
The King James Version of the Bible translates verse 9 and 10 as:.
source This verse has been translated in many ways among the 25 English versions of the Bible that we have analyzed. Unfortunately, many of the translations do not differentiate between:.
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