Final Greetings

References: 1+Corinthians 16

"When Jesus calls people to himself, he calls them to serve. So, whether we're called to serve in the capacity of an elder or an evangelist or a pastor, or whether we called to something entirely different, all of us are called to service. And service in the Bible's terms is not a preliminary or a pathway to greatness. Service is greatness." —Alistair Begg
In the closing chapter of 1 Corinthians, Paul teaches us that the reality of Christ's resurrection has a direct impact upon ordinary life. Some of us may be inclined to believe that the high matters of doctrine are fine to think about on Sunday but are basically irrelevant to what we do on Monday. Paul's final words challenge such a mindset. This volume of Firm Foundation is an exposition of the plain and practical instruction that Paul gave to the Corinthian church. We see here that if our beliefs are to be believable, there must be behavior that issues from our beliefs. Join Alistair as he clarifies the marks of this behavior and concludes the study of 1 Corinthians.

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