Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Bible in 90 Days Day 84

Bible in 90 Days Day 84 Using the SOAP Method


I Corinthians 15 to Galatians 3: 1 - 25



15 Jesus was crucified and raised from the dead, the Christian fatith is based upon this principle

16 Paul states that he will do what he is called to do

1 God comforts us so that we can be a comfort to others who are in the midst of troubled times

2 God gives us triumph in all things and makes it possible for us to know him anywhere

3 Things that are hidden from our understanding now, will be clearly understood when we are before God

4 No matter how bad things get, we are not defeated or destroyed because we have Christ

5 All will be judged by God based upon what we have done while we are alive

6 Even to the infidel, God has said that they will serve him and he will be their God

7 Paul claimed to be happy and bold in his speech because he represented Christ

8 God blesses those with open minds who accept based on what they have rather than what they do not have

9 God loves a cheerful giver so we should give generously from our hearts, not from guilt

10 We walk in the flesh, but not after the flesh, we should walk after God and his teachings

11 Paul is afraid that the follows of Christ will grow weak and lose their faith, he encourages them to stand strong

12 Paul says he takes strength in knowing that God’s grace is sufficient and that his weakness is made strong through his belief in Christ

13 Paul calls upon the church members to examine themselves to be sure they are acting in accordance with Christ’s principles

1 Paul says that if anyone from anywhere preaches another gospel, they are not to be trusted because they are perverting the gospel of Christ

2 Man is not justified by his works, but by faith in God

3 The blessings of Abraham are extended to the Gentiles through Jesus Christ


This section of scriptures reminds me that Christ and our faith in Him is real and relevant today. Our faith in God is a real thing, something that lives and breathes just as it did for the early Christians.


Heavenly Father, thank you for your many blessings. Please continue to bless and keep me so that I can do what you would have me to do. In Jesus’ name I pray, Amen.

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