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This is the message that John the Baptist was preaching (Mark ). Yet, John was preaching a message of preparation for the Kingdom to come. The Kingdom is now here, and Peter is preaching and teaching these men and women to be baptized with the baptism of the Great Commission (Matthew and Mark ). - John It has been said that there are some passages in Scripture which deserve to be printed in letters of gold. Of such passages the verses before us form one. They contain one of those wide, full, free invitations to mankind, which make the Gospel of Christ so eminently the "good news of God." Let us see of what it consists. Miller demonstrates this with illustrations from John ; ; Rom ; and Jude , among others. He notes that “It is unlikely that the scribe would abandon this habit only in the case of 1 Cor. ” (). Payne’s lone example, apart from the siglum preceding 1 Cor , is in John A Textual Index of Puritan & Reformed Sermons 1st Corinthians. Return to Table of Contents for Sermon Index Bonar, Horatius, "Divine Philosophy," in two sermons, 52 Sermons, pp. & untitled, (together with the text of 1 Cor ), Pulpit and Communion Table, pp. Sibbes, Richard, "A Christian's.

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motive to search the Old Testament Scripture (John, v. 39)--the true key that opens the Divine Treasure-house; so that, as Mr. Cecil ob- serves--'If we . Read: 1 Cor. | Bible in a Year: Proverbs ; 2 Corinthians God has chosen the foolish things of the world to put to shame the wise. —1 Corinthians In , professional golfer Byron Nelson had an unimaginable season. Of the 30 tournaments he entered, he won an amazing 18 times—including 11 in a row. Notes on. 1 Corinthians. Edition. Dr. Thomas L. Constable. Introduction. Historical Background. Corinth had a long history stretching back into the Bronze Age (before B.C.). [1] In Paul's day, it was a Roman colony, the capital of the province of Achaia, and "the fourth perhaps in size in the empire.". Full text of "The true intellectual system of the universe: wherein all the reason and philosophy of atheism is confuted, and its impossibility demonstrated.A treatise on immutable morality; with a discourse concerning the true notion of the Lord's supper: and two sermons on 1. .