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The Nature of the gospel of Jesus Christ. It is foolishness to the perishing v.18 It cannot be destroyed v.19-20 It cannot be discovered (by mere human intellect) v.21-23 It has a power all its own v.18, 24-25.

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the nature of the gospel of jesus christ
The Nature of the gospel of Jesus Christ
  • It is foolishness to the perishing v.18
  • It cannot be destroyed v.19-20
  • It cannot be discovered (by mere human intellect) v.21-23
  • It has a power all its own v.18, 24-25
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“The cross does not part the sea for the people to cross in safety and then drown the pursuing enemy. Instead, it splits the temple veil, and only those who see with faith can see the defeat of the enemy. Paul is not attacking Jews as such but a problem endemic to all those who expect God to provide to their satisfaction visible confirmation before they will risk faith.”

(Baker Exegetical Comm. Garland pg. 69)

the nature of the called
The nature of the “called”
  • They are called by grace, not by merit v.26-28
john the baptist
John the Baptist

“…had no formal education, no training in a trade or profession, no money, no military rank, no political position, no social pedigree, no prestige, no impressive appearance or oratory. Yet Jesus said, “Truly, I say to you, among those born of women there has not arisen anyone greater than John the Baptist” (Mt. 11:11) This man fit none of the world’s standards but all of God’s.

(MacArthur Comm. pg. 51)

the nature of the called1
The nature of the “called”
  • They are called by grace, not by merit v.26-28
  • They know God has made them who they are v.29-30
    • Christ our Wisdom
    • Christ our Righteousness
    • Christ our Sanctification
    • Christ our Redemption
  • They will glory in the Lord v.31