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“Don’t Quit! Keep Going Forward” by Brian Schad

If we would just dig three feet deeper…

This lesson is to encourage us to not quit, but to keep on going, to take just one more step. The key verse used is Galatians 6:9; “Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up.”

“Putting Yourself First” by Shone Brooks

We give so much attention to putting God first, and second to that, putting others before ourselves. However, there is a need for a balance; there is a time we need to put ourselves first. The principle idea is that we need to be in right standing before we can help others.

The Symphony of God

A few weeks ago, we looked at the importance of making sure all our actions and what we say are constructive to building up the church. This week, we want to take this one step further and look at the idea of working “together” to build up the church. As we all work together and in harmony toward a common goal, we become a beautiful noise to the Lord.

The Lord’s Supper

Paul had to address some concerns in the church in Corinth, one of which was how they were partaking the Lord’s Supper. This lesson will not exhaustively explore all matters pertaining to the Lord’s Supper, but only those in light of First Corinthians 11. Please listen in order to come to know the vital truths the first-century church needed to hear.