Enter his gates with thanksgiving and his courts with praise;
give thanks to him and praise his name. For the Lord is good
and his love endures forever, his faithfulness continues though
1. "Things...men...means" ( 1 Cor.9:22).
Paul sought for the common ground that he had with non-believers so that he might
present the gospel to them.
2. (b) Eating meat offered to idols (1Cor. 10:23-28).
|1. True (1Cor. 9:5|
Peter was marred before he began to follow Christ (Mark 1:29--31).
2. False (1 Cor. 9:11,12,15,16).
According to Acts 18:3. Paul supported himself through his trade of tent making in Corinth.
1. (c) The church at Corinth (1 Cor. 1:2; 6:1-7).
The principle is laid down that believers should settle their differences before other
believers in the church, not before unbelievers in a court of law.
2. (b) Seven (1 Cor. 7:1-16).
1. Flesh...spirit (1Cor. 5:5).
In this context "flesh" is a reference to the man's physical body.
2. True (1Cor. 6:9-11).
|1. (c) "Filth" (1Con. 4:13 ).|
The word has reference to what is removed from a dirty vessel when it is cleansed.
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He wrote not to shame them but to warn them (1Con. 4:14).
1. (b) Carnal ( 1 Col. 3: 1-4).
The word carnal literally means "fleshly". These people were genuine Christians but were
not living by the power of the Spirit. They were living by the power of human resources wisdom.
2. Milk (1 Cor. 3:1,2).
Milk is a reference to the basic things of the Christian faith. It is also used this way in
1. Crucified (1 Cor. 2:2).
2. (c) "The Spirit" (1 Cor. 2:4).
Not many noble were called (1Cor. 1:26).
2. (b) a sign (1 Cor. 1 :22).
Both Jesus and the apostles gave the Jews miraculous signs that attested that their words were of God
(cf. Heb. 2:4).