Corinthians: Living For Christ in a Fallen World

corinthians_square-300x300What happens when the church starts to look more and more like the world and less and less like Jesus? The church in Corinth struggled with this. The Apostle Paul planted the church in Corinth. After a few years, he started receiving letters and reports of problems. The church was troubled with division, lawsuits between believers, sexual sins, disorderly worship, and overall spiritual immaturity. Paul wrote 1Corinthians to confront and correct these Christians, answer their questions, and instruct them in several areas. He warned them not to be conformed to the world around them, but rather, to live as godly examples, reflecting Christlikeness in the midst of an immoral society.

What does spiritual freedom mean to a Christian? When everyone around is caught up in immorality, and you’re bombarded with constant temptation, how do you stand for righteousness? The fledgling church in Corinth was floundering with these questions as the believers struggled to sort out living for Christ in a world overtaken with corruption and idolatry. Established churches face the same things. Join us as we study Pauls letter and learn what it means to live for Christ in a fallen world!

Wednesday Morning Bible Study
Start Date:  September 11, 2013
Time: 6:30 – 8AM
Location: Colonial Baptist Church Parlor
Instructor: Scott Wylie

Study guides and audio files will post below as the lessons are completed. 

Course Outline / Study Guides / Audio Files

Lesson 1 (1Corinthians 1:1–9) Introduction NOTES AUDIO
Lesson 2 (1Corinthians 1:10–17) An Earnest Appeal NOTES AUDIO
Lesson 3 (1Corinthians 1:18–2:5) The Wisdom of the Gospel NOTES AUDIO
Lesson 4 (1 Corinthians 2:6–16) Wisdom of the Christian Message NOTES AUDIO
Lesson 5 (1 Corinthians 3:1–23) Divisions and Personalities in the Church NOTES AUDIO
Lesson 6 (1 Corinthians 4:1–21) Following the Apostles NOTES AUDIO
Lesson 7 (1 Corinthians 5:1–13) The Church Must Deal With Sin NOTES
Lesson 8 (1 Corinthians 6:1–11) The Problem of Litigations NOTES AUDIO
Lesson 9 (1 Corinthians 6:12–20) Prostitution NOTES AUDIO
Lesson 10 (1 Corinthians 7:1–16) Purity, Relationships and Marriage NOTES AUDIO
Lesson 11 (1Corinthians 7:17-28) Contentment In Your Circumstances NOTES AUDIO
Lesson 12 (1Corinthians 7:29-40) Marriage In Difficult Times NOTES AUDIO
Lesson 13 (1Corinthians 8:1–13) Food for Other Gods NOTES AUDIO
Lesson 14 (1Corinthians 9:1–27) Freedom and Rights NOTES AUDIO
Lesson 15 (1Corinthians 10:1–11:1) An Essential Lesson from the Old Testament NOTES AUDIO
Lesson 16 (1Corinthians 11:2–16) Honoring Others in Worship NOTES AUDIO
Lesson 17 (1Corinthians 11:17–34) Division At The Table (Rich Main) NOTES AUDIO
Lesson 18 (1Corinthians 12:1–30) Division In Serving NOTES AUDIO
Lesson 19 (1Corinthians 12:31–13:13) The Most Excellent Way NOTES AUDIO
Lesson 20 (1Corinthians 14:1–40) Worship Must Be Selfless and Orderly NOTES AUDIO
Lesson 21 (1Corinthians 15:1–58) Controversy Over the Resurrection NOTES AUDIO
Lesson 22 (1Corinthians 16:1–24) Final Instructions and Closure NOTES AUDIO
Lesson 23 (2Corinthians 1:1–2:11) Greetings and Important Explanations NOTES AUDIO
Lesson 24 (2Corinthians 2:12–3:18) The Triumph of the Gospel in Pauls Ministry NOTES AUDIO
Lesson 25 (2Corinthians 4:1–18) Inside-Out Salvation NOTES AUDIO
Lesson 26 (2Corinthians 5:1–6:2) Don’t Waste Your Mortality NOTES AUDIO
Lesson 27 (2Corinthians 6:3–7:1) Paul’s Hardship and His Difficult Insistence
Lesson 28 (2Corinthians 7:2–8:9) Rebuke, Repentance and Obedience NOTES AUDIO
Lesson 29 (2Corinthians 8:10–9:15) Practical Guidance for Giving NOTES AUDIO
Lesson 30 (2Corinthians 10:1–12:13) The Authority of a True Apostle NOTES AUDIO
Lesson 31 (2Corinthians 12:14–13:14) People Get Ready NOTES AUDIO

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