Gospel Networks

March 17, 2017 Preacher: Jeramie Rinne Series: 1 Corinthians

Topic: Expository Scripture: 1 Corinthians 16:1–24

Synopsis: The Corinthians had lost sight of what it means to be a loving, gospel-shaped community. And so Paul has spent 15 chapters dealing problem after problem in the Corinthian church: lawsuits, sexual immorality, divisions, arrogance, neglect, spiritual competition, and even doubts about the resurrection. But in this final chapter, Paul shifts the focus from the dysfunctions in Corinth to the broader work of God beyond Corinth. The Corinthians not only need to be reminded of how to love one another in the gospel. They also need to be reminded that they are connected to a gospel network and gospel mission that extends far beyond their own congregation.


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