Paul explains that God gives us spiritual gifts so that we can help others. The gifts are worthless without the love of God. Paul identifies witnesses of Christ’s resurrection and explains why the resurrection is critical to us.
Paul continues his counsel about Christian conduct. He explains the difference between liberty and irresponsibility. He notes the importance of self-examination before taking the Lord’s Supper.
Paul counsels a church about their conduct. He addresses issues of arrogance, sinful lifestyles, and denial of God’s Word.
Paul shares that nothing can separate a believer from the love of God. Paul details the salvation process.
O: God is angry and Jeremiah is in despair over the fall of Jerusalem.
WN: Paul clarifies the implications of resurrection. Paul explains the reality and purpose of trials.
O: God commands Judah to submit to Babylon. Some flee to Egypt for help rather than place their trust in God.
WN: Paul writes to the Corinthians to address their sinful lifestyles and misuse of the gifts God gave them.