How big is your Christ?
Enjoy this iPad background I created and be constantly reminded that Jesus Christ is the all-inclusive solution to all of your problems.
Posted on October 22, 2012, in Bible, conferences and tagged 1 Corinthians, Christ, Christianity, College Conference. Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.
One of the first things that captured me and opened my eyes to see the high peak truth concerning Christ in the Lord’s recovery is a Poland camp I attended in 1998. At that conference we saw all these aspects of Christ in 1 Corinthians. Wow, against such a dark background in Corinth we see that Paul gives us one Person – Christ – and one way – the cross – as the solution to all our problems!
What a Christ!
I agree. It is a staggering view of Christ and an amazing presentation of our real need. One line really stuck with me from this conference: “Romans is the textbook and 1 Corinthians is the lab manual.” Although Romans provides a complete sketch of the Christian life and church life, it is theoretical, or it is just presented as statements of truth. What makes the Christ in 1 Corinthians so compelling is that the experience of Christ is embedded in a very real and messy context.
Hi i think on your image, there’re only 19 items. what’s the 20th aspect of Christ?
There are 19 lines of text, but 20 items of Christ. I put God’s power and God’s wisdom on one line. But after thinking about it some more, I decided to put them on two different lines. I guess it makes more sense. So the image is updated.
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