Tune in as we share our personal reflections on 1 Corinthians 1:17-2:5. We also answer these two questions in our Q&A segment.
[1:17] Bible reading
[3:59] Personal reflections
[16:02] Q&A overview
[16:36] Q1: How do I actively work on my sin once I realise I'm committing spiritual adultery against God?
[28:05] Q2: How do I trust God through hard times?
This week we begin exploring how God speaks to us through Hosea 2. We also revisit a bunch of questions surrounding Christian unity. We've summarised them into 2 key questions:
1. What does unity look like in our church today? Is it okay for us to agree to disagree with each other about how we live under Christ? (15:53)
2. How can we handle differences and arguments better within ministry teams in light of this passage (1 Cor 1:10-17)? (27:25)
Tune in this week for pastoral reflections on 1 Corinthians 1:10-17 with Will, Hien and Rob. We also revisit 2 questions from the Book of Hosea.
(1:07) Bible reading
(2:05) Questions and observations
(12:24) Q1: Can you be so spiritually adulterous that you cannot come back to the Father? Is there anything you can do to know that it’s happening and prevent it? (thinking of the passage in Hebrews about Esau)
(23:42) Q2: Why would God call someone godly (i.e. Hosea) to do something ungodly (i.e. marry a prostitute)?
Tune into an unfiltered Bible study in Hosea 1:1-11 with Pastors Will, Hien and Rob. We begin thinking through the implications of Hosea 1 for our church. We also revisit 2 questions, one on God's sovereignty and human responsibility, in addition to a question on thankfulness.
(1:07) Bible reading, questions and observations
(15:56) Thinking through implications for us
(25:14) Question 1: Compatibilism?
(32:46) Question 2: Thankfulness?
In this episode we dive into 1 Corinthians 1:1-9 to begin exploring the implications of this passage for our church. We also revisit 2 questions from Sunday regarding God's mission from the Old Testament (1 Chronicles 17).
Tune in to our 1st edition of "Cabra Matters"! In this episode we hear reflections on the upcoming sermon passage (1 Chronicles 17), as well as answer the extra questions from our most recent Sunday's Q&A Panel. We hope and pray this is edifying for your walk with Jesus.