The Corinthian Way: Divisions

After Paul had spent over a year in ancient Corinth, sharing with them the spiritual awakening he had experienced, he got word that the Corinthian followers of Jesus were splitting into groups and arguing bitterly. They were competing and trying to make names for themselves. Like the Corinthians, we live in the midst of heated debates and competitiveness. In such an environment, Paul says we have to remember to whom we belong. We have to change our starting place.

Sunday message from April 14, 2013.

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