King Solomon establishes his kingdom, asks God for wisdom, and makes his first ruling involving a child custody dispute.
Paul ends his letter to the church at Corinth with some final instructions and a blessing.
1 Kings picks up with King David’s kingdom and more intrigue.
Today we read one of the most well known chapters in the Bible: The Love Chapter, 1 Corinthians 13.
Then Paul addresses the church about the gift of tongues and the resurrection of the body.
Paul continues his correction of the church at Corinth. He covers many topics that were concerning him about the church, including the topic of the Lord’s Supper and also spiritual gifts.
Paul teaches on marriage, personal rights, financial support, and more.
Paul begins bringing some serious matters to the Corinthian church’s attention.
2 Samuel ends appropriately enough with King David offering a sacrifice for forgiveness and God graciously accepting the sacrifice.
It is really good to get back to the New Testament today with the teaching of the Apostle Paul. The Corinthian church had a few problems not unlike some of the issues that the modern church faces.