"Save The Drama" is the second sermon in this series. The Corinthian Christians fought with one another a lot. Their depravity fought its way to the surface in their lives and led them into disputes with one another. Instead of living selflessly, they selfishly sought to win every argument or conflict. This created a horrible reputation for the church and needed correction from Paul, the apostle.
"We Need To Talk" is the first sermon in this series. The Corinthian church was wild. Filled with rampant sin, we see one example of the many sinful situations in chapter five. A man having a sexual relationship with his stepmother leads to teaching on the importance of church discipline as the church is exhorted to stop being so wild and instead start reaching wild people, far from Christ.
"Psalm 20" is the eighth sermon in this series. Psalm 20 is a pre-battle song and prayer. David is asking his people to go to God on his behalf and pray for victory. What we see is a Psalm that highlights the willingness of God to help His people. We see a people who want to make sacrifices and offerings to their God who protects them. In the end we see a people who understand their utter reliance and dependence on their Lord in Heaven.
"Psalm 24" is the seventh sermon in this series. Our hope rests in our King. The Jews began singing the 24th psalm every Sunday during their Babylonian captivity. They began their week by singing to worship and acknowledge their Creator, as well as anticipate their Messiah. As we sing it and study it, we see the advent of our Creator King to come on a rescue mission as a humble infant.
"Psalm 146" is the sixth sermon in this series. Psalm 146 is a reminder of the source of our joy. Scripture reminds us that our Christ leaves us in an emotional state rooted in His grace and sustained by the Holy Spirit.
"Psalm 72" is the fifth sermon in this series. Psalm 72 is a coronation song for the kings of Israel. As we celebrate the advent of our heavenly King, we acknowledge that He is on the thrown and He will be until His second advent and on into eternity.
"Psalm 122" is the fourth sermon in this series. Psalm 122 is a psalm of ascent that Israelites would sing on their way up to Jerusalem for annual feasts. The psalm expresses the joy they had at the opportunity to travel to God’s presence and we reflect on the advent reality that our God has now traveled to us.
"Dad Life" is the twelfth sermon in this series. Paul referred to himself as a father to the Corinthians in a spiritual sense. Being a spiritual father conveyed deep care and concern which led to discipline as well as encouragement.