Chapter-a-Day 1 Corinthians 2

SimpleYou’ll remember, friends, that when I first came to you to let you in on God’s master stroke, I didn’t try to impress you with polished speeches and the latest philosophy. I deliberately kept it plain and simple: first Jesus and who he is; then Jesus and what he did—Jesus crucified. 1Corinthians 2:1-2 (TM)

I’ve never been great with theology. I appreciate people who know all the ins and outs of the various "isms" and schisms of which groups believes just what on this doctrine and that. I’m indebted to those who have the mind to explore the depths of Christian thought and belief. Jesus seemed to keep things pretty simple, conveying eternal truths in simple stories and word pictures, and I like to try and follow in His footsteps.

It’s not rocket science.

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One thought on “Chapter-a-Day 1 Corinthians 2”

  1. The same with God—except that he not only knows what he’s thinking, but he lets us in on it. God offers a full report on the gifts of life and salvation that he is giving us.
    I love this chapter. It explains so well that what matters is that Christ died for us and then the spirit will offer God’s report as we mature. I grew up in a denomination that did the explaining and sometimes forgot the big picture message.

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