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1 Corinthians 15:50-16:24

May 29, 2016

This long discourse on the resurrection is aimed at the greater end of sin and death itself. Yet it’s important to place these glorious words within the right context. Though Christ’s work on the cross is sufficient, the power of sin and death still reigns and rules in this world as the Kingdom of God advances, longing for and awaiting the day when he returns and his rule and reign is finally and fully realized. 

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1 Corinthians 15:35-49

May 23, 2016

Paul now turns toward the final point of his conclusion: our human resurrected bodies. Apparently, there was quite a bit of confusion in Corinth. While they assented to the resurrection of Christ, they failed to grasp how our broken and decaying earthly bodies could obtain this same end.  

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1 Corinthians 15:12-34

May 15, 2016

The central message of Paul’s conclusion now comes into clear focus: the centrality of the resurrection of Jesus. While the cross of Christ is critically significant, he encourages the Corinthians to recognize the essentiality of the empty tomb as well. 

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1 Corinthians 15:1-11

May 8, 2016

We now enter into the final major section of the letter, a chapter dedicated to the essential reality of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Paul begins this chapter by calling the Corinthians’ attention back to the gospel, much like he did in the early chapters of the book.  

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