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Corinthians

Corinthians
Apr 2015 - Jun 2017

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Corinthians
Sun, Jun 11, 2017
Duration:36 mins 49 secs
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From the Garden of Eden to the present hour, the biblical truth of God regarding Jesus Christ and the gospel has been redefined, twisted, or simply called outrageous. Satan has his own "evangelists" who proclaim a counterfeit Jesus and a counterfeit gospel under the inspiration of a demonic spirit who transforms himself into an angel of light (2 Corinthians 11:14).
Corinthians
Sun, May 28, 2017
Duration:37 mins 7 secs
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Our study today presents us with the most important aspect of the Christian life; namely, living for the glory of God. Unfortunately, to speak of the glory of God has become a phrase that is used so much that it has become trite and void of any depth of meaning. To live for the glory of God simply means that I no longer live for myself. That is it in a nutshell. This living for the glory of God affects how we eat, drink, work, pray and serve. Living for the glory of God is living under the Lordship of Jesus Christ. Ponder this thought beloved. Any problem that you and I have in our walk with Jesus; be it in our marriage, our vocation or even in how we relate to on another here at Koinonia is a Lordship problem.
Corinthians
Sun, Apr 30, 2017
Duration:36 mins 11 secs
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Spiritual warfare is part of the normal Christian life. Because we live in a fallen world and still dwell in a body that is corrupted by the influence of sin, the battle for what we think is the key to living a life of victory as a Christian. And where does the battle begin? It begins in the mind.
Corinthians
Sun, Apr 23, 2017
Duration:47 mins 25 secs
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Are you using God’s Spirit to help you make wise decisions? It’s up to you whether you take advantage of the gifts that God offers. In my life, they are exactly what I need each and every day. We must choose to live generously. When you are generous, you experience being "enriched in every way". If you live generously, someone else will get an opportunity to learn of and receive God’s generosity.
Corinthians
Sun, Apr 09, 2017
Duration:35 mins 5 secs
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Sowing and reaping is one of the principles of life in the kingdom of God. But this sowing and reaping is to be done with a willing heart and with cheerful attitude. Sowing and reaping is a heart response to the grace of God that has been lavished upon us through Jesus Christ. It is an act of worship. We have the freedom to make choices, but we must remember that the choices we make have consequences. If we sow to the flesh, we reap corruption; if we sow to The Spirit, we reap life.
Corinthians
Sun, Mar 26, 2017
Duration:41 mins 10 secs
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In these verses Paul is giving us a wonderful example of what it means to walk in integrity and accountability. He knew that not only were others keeping track of him, but most importantly, so was Our Lord Jesus.
Corinthians
Sun, Mar 19, 2017
Duration:37 mins 28 secs
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What is the difference between generosity and giving? Jesus became poor so that we might become rich. Let's remember that when we decide how much we should give back for the cause of His kingdom.
Corinthians
Sun, Mar 12, 2017
Duration:35 mins 28 secs
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The context of chapters 8 and 9 of 2 Corinthians is about how the Gentile churches were called upon to collect funds to help the struggling and needy Jewish church in Jerusalem. In these two chapters, we are going to learn important and timeless biblical principles of financial stewardship. But beneath the surface of biblical principles on giving is the deeper subject of sacrificial, Christian living.
Corinthians
Sun, Feb 26, 2017
Duration:36 mins 51 secs
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How do you respond if you are corrected of sinful or questionable behavior? What does the gospel teach us about repentance and reconciliation with God? Because life is messy and saints can find themselves out of sorts with one another from time to time, the message of repentance and reconciliation is always like a breath of fresh air. 
Corinthians
Sun, Feb 19, 2017
Duration:36 mins 51 secs
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If we associate ourselves with “bad company,” our lives will reflect the negative influence they have on us. The opposite is also true; godly friends can have a positive influence on our character and actions. In friendships, as in other areas of life, our enemy's goal in spiritual warfare is to outwit us as believers. In all our relationships we need to be on guard against his schemes. If we fail to be alert or discerning about people, we will be drawn into the wrong kind of relationships, with the destructive or sinful effects.
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