To a proud and prosperous church, the Apostle Paul writes a stern reminder: Take your eyes off impressive externals and instead practice purity, humility, and love. His practical instructions concerning factions, sexuality, spiritual gifts, and worship remain profoundly relevant for believers pursuing genuine spiritual maturity. The 17 lessons of this Navigator Bible study of 1 Corinthians deal with doctrine, grace, joy, and love. If using in a group, personal study is needed between meetings. Study aids and discussion questions included.
Publisher: The Navigators
168Pages / Publication Date: 19900515
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