Sermons from November 2020
1 Corinthians 7:8-16 Divorce has become increasingly commonplace in today’s secular and Christian cultures and Paul also needed to address it with the Corinthian church. Pastor Rod Bunton begins a short series on a difficult and often controversial topic.
1 Corinthians 7:1-7 After discussing sexual immorality in Chapter 6, Paul moves on to the other side of the topic, God honoring sexual fulfillment. Pastor Rod Bunton takes on this sensitive subject and shows us that the gift of sexual relationships, within marriage, was given by God for specific purposes.
1 Corinthians 6:12-20 Paul warned the church in Corinth about the danger of sexual immorality, urging them to flee it in order to glorify God. Pastor Rod Bunton concludes his teaching on this passage reminding us that sexual immorality not only affects the sinner, but the whole body of Christ.
1 Corinthians 6:12-13 God’s grace sometimes leads Christians to believe that they are free to sin because they can be forgiven. Pastor Rod Bunton takes on this subject about which Paul also admonished the Corinthians — encouraging them to change their thinking lest they become slaves to sin instead of glorifying God.
1 Corinthians 6:9-11 Paul set out to clear up two questions that the Corinthian church was struggling with: “Who goes to Heaven?” and “Is the power of the Gospel enough to save everyone?” Pastor Rod Bunton helps us understand who “the unrighteous” are and shows us that no one is beyond God’s transforming power.