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In 1 Corinthians 14, as a solution to the problem of self-serving worship, Paul teaches that our focus should be on building others, not ourselves, up. How would your life be different if you made this change in your thinking and action?
Hebrews 10:24-25 is used by some to require mandatory church attendance at scheduled meetings. But in context, we see that this is not a command at all; it's not even a complete sentence. It is a clause that is connected to a command to provoke one another to love and good deeds. How can we do if we are not gathering? That is the focus of the clause, and the focus of this sermon.
After proclaiming the glory of the gospel of God, Paul reminds the Ephesians to walk in a manner worthy of their calling. This includes relating relationally to each other, growing in maturity, and building the body of Christ in love.
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