“Never be afraid to trust an unknown future to a known God.” – Corrie Ten Boom
The Apostle Paul, author of much of the Bible’s New Testament, was a prolific traveler; an impressive feat when travel mostly occurred on foot. We find him in Greece: fleeing Thessalonica, preaching in Athens, living 18 months in Corinth, and eventually departing for Ephesus (Turkey). It was… an eventful time. But what happened that required God Himself to intervene?
Embrace the opportunity to hear Paul’s guidance for the Corinthian church – letters he wrote them from Ephesus. We’re grateful his 18 months there wasn’t enough for them, because they continued to ask questions, and he responded – sometimes disciplining them, as does a father who loves his children.
Don’t shrink from his challenge. We’ll examine his testimony about Jesus, and his instructions on worship – temptation – singleness and marriage – communion – supporting Gospel workers – head coverings – baptism – and true Wisdom.