In a world that has lost any sense of moral parameters, the text will lay out specific moral boundaries in areas of sexuality. This is a critical fix for our culture. If we set moral boundaries, then we don't have to continuously deal with individual moral failures.
So often our relationships are inappropriately fragile and negatively affected by our sense of fairness, our selfish perspectives and other relational faultlines. In this session, we take on the instruction given to those who were dragging one another into court.
In week two of our series Faultlines and Fixes, we will examine the spiritual fault line of "immaturity" which is when an inappropriate distance forms between where I am and where I should be spiritually. The root cause of spiritual immaturity is self-deception. We like to ourselves about where we are and how we are doing spiritually. Join us in the message to discover the biblical solution for immaturity.
Each week in the series Faultlines and Fixes we will examine the moral fault lines that ran through the Corinthian church and seek the biblical fixes offered by the Apostle Paul. Our purpose will be to identify any similar faultlines in our own lives and fellowship. In week one, we identify the faultline of “disunity” which is seeking to divert the purpose of the church for personal gain. In the Corinthian church, there were four identifiable splinter groups within the church. Join us in this message as we discover the biblical solution for this damaging moral faultline.