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This series is called “FLAWED” because it deals with two letters written by Paul to the church in Corinth – and like most churches they had issues. But despite their deficiencies, the church in Corinth was the perfect church for imperfect people. Because the church is not a museum where holy people are put on display to impress others. Rather, it’s a hospital where hurting people can come to get help – no matter who they are, or where they come from, or what they’ve done. That’s why Corinthians is important, and that’s why Paul wrote more to this church than to any other group. During the 18 months Paul spent in Corinth, he faced terrible opposition, but God gave him a powerful promise – “I have much people in this city” (Acts 18:10). Corinth was such an ungodly place that New Testament culture coined a new Greek word, KORINTHIAZOMAI, which meant “to live immorally like a Corinthian.” And yet God said, “I have much people in this city!” To put it plainly, if an Apostolic church could be built in Corinth, then an Apostolic church can be built anywhere. Even when that city is smug, self-satisfied and sinful. And even when the Christians already in the church tend to be fragile, fickle, and FLAWED.


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(Notes & PPT) Flawed: A Study of Corinthians Pastor's Pack

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