Bible Studies

1Corinthians 13:1-4

True love is a lot deeper than any of us imagine. Understanding it is probably the most important key to growing as a Christian.

1Corinthians 12:12-31

As humans we like two things: to impress and be impressive. That was one of the main problems the Corinthians faced in many areas including spiritual gifts. The more flamboyant the gift, the more impressive the show of the Spirit, the better.

1Corinthians 12:1-11

If you think you understand the nature and purpose of spiritual gifts, you may want to check out this study.

1Corinthians 11:17-35

Divisions are never good in the body of Christ. But when the divisions take place over a celebration of the sacrifice of Jesus Christ, things get serious real fast. In this lesson, we learn about avoiding the things that separate us, and clinging to that which makes us one.

1Corinthians 11:2-16

1st Corinthians 11 is one of the most controversial and misunderstood sections of Paul\'s writings. We\'ll explore it using culture, context, character, and language to find out what Paul is and is not saying to the Corinthians and to us today.

1Corinthians 10:14-11:1

We have a lot of sources that would like us to imitate them: sports stars, movie stars, politicians, movers and shakers, even religious icons and leaders. Though we know we should imitate Jesus Christ, it is often hard for us to do that because He isn\'t here among us. So what to do? Paul gives us some help, and further advice on making the character we reflect the most effective for the gospel.

1Corinthians 10:1-13

Though so often we start out with such good intentions, things happen in our life to trip us up from serving God. What are those things and how can we avoid them?

1Corinthians 9:1-27

Sometimes we feel like God has to completely change us in order to use us. Paul shows us that God takes the background, weaknesses, and even difficulties and uses them for His kingdom, if we let Him.

1Corinthians 8:1-13

What\'s permissible for me to do once I believe in Jesus Christ? The answer to that question is actually tied up in how Jesus wants to use you in spreading the gospel. Learn in this lesson how to put His love above your freedom.

Luke 2:8-20

As you think about the birth of Jesus Christ, what do you suppose those who actually witnessed it were thinking? Pastor Tom shares a story he wrote that comes from the viewpoint of two shepherds: Lemuel in the fields around Bethlehem, and Joseph, who would raise a boy to become a Savior.

1Corinthians 7:16-40

When we experience new life in Jesus Christ we might think a change in our external appearance, position, or circumstances will make us more useful to the Master. But you might just miss out on one of the greatest opportunities available to you.

1Corinthians 7:1-16

There are many misunderstandings about Paul\'s words on marriage and divorce. Looking at them in the context of the situation they were written in, and context of our purpose as redeemed humans offers us some real wisdom.

1Corinthians 6:12-20

Is there something in your life that if it was taken away your life could not go on? Is there something you just can\'t stop doing? You may be addicted. In fact, even many Christians are addicted to something they are not even aware of - the flesh. How to combat it and get free is our subject.

1Corinthians 6:1-11

What happens when Christians disagree? If it is reasoning from the Scriptures about the Word, that\'s one thing. But when believers quarrel often it can be a sign of immaturity. When they try to resolve those disputes in front of the world, the gospel is threatened.

Job 42:1-17

Job concludes with God more than giving back to Job all that he had taken away.

1Corinthians 5:1-13

Handling sin in the church has become very difficult from both angles - in our PC world much bad behavior is actually celebrated, but Christians are also wounding each other over weakness instead of supporting and helping. We\'ll try to walk the fine line between both extremes as we study 1 Corinthians 5

Job 40:1-42:34

The Lord turns the questioning to Job.

1Corinthians 4:6-21

Pride is a sneaky thing. It\'s the default program for humans and is at the root of the problem in Corinth, and often at the root of our problems as Christians.

Job 39:1-30

The Lord continues to bring Job and his friends to task.

1Corinthians 3:18-4:5

Is there such a thing as the celebrity pastor? Is that a good or bad thing? How should I look at a church to make sure I will be fed as a believer?


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