Jesus is coming back, but when? While we are not told the answer, we are told how to live as we wait.
What’s your theology of the afterlife? What you think about life THEN will have a dramatic impact on how you live now.
Here’s five great words to live by. But Christ has been raised. They’re Paul’s words in this passage. This is the truth that motivates and invigorates the kind of life Christians are called to live between now and the time Jesus returns.
For many Christians, the thing that we must not forget is what we too quickly forget. Paul reminds us all that the gospel is not the ABCs of the Bible’s message, it’s the whole alphabet. We never move on from the gospel.
Some people seem to be very spiritual people. But what really is a spiritual person? Paul challenges some of our perceptions of spirituality and wants us to think more about maturity.
The church is working well when everyone is working in accordance with their gifts. Today’s passage helps us see what a healthy church is like and challenges us to see our place in it.
The gospel does not discriminate meaning that the church has a great diversity of people in it. That’s wonderful, but it can cause divisions and conflict. The gospel also helps us work out those divisions for God’s glory.
The ‘battle of the sexes’ was never supposed to be a battle. Sin has made harmony really difficult, but if we listen to God men and women can honour one another and God as well.