Christ Our Passover, Sacrificed and Sanctification for Us


Paul transitions from the Corinthian church's being 'puffed up' toward one another and even toward him to their being 'puffed' up in their tolerating public, unrepentant sin. So he calls the church to exercise corrective church discipline for the purity and reputation of the church and for the eternal soul of the unrepentant sinner.

And Paul uses symbolism and application from Passover to encourage the brethren (and us) in their corporate and individual sanctification founded on "Christ as our Passover, sacrificed for us."

Communion Meditation of 1 Corinthians 5:1-8 — Christ Our Passover
I. Sin (vv1-2) [Sexual Sin]
II. Discipline (vv3-5) [Church Discipline]
III. Sanctification (vv6-7) [Corporate and Personal Sanctification]
IV. Sacrifice (vv7-8) [Christ our Passover, Sacrificed for Us, Celebrated by Us]

Sermon ID 124232339175837
Duration 42:40
Date Dec 3, 2023
Category Sunday Service
Bible Text 1 Corinthians 5:1-8; Matthew 18:15-20
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