A NEW WAY OF SEEING OUR BODIES, MONEY, AND TIME
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APRIL 22 & 23
“I have the right to do anything” was a common phrase circulating through Corinth and most of the Roman world at the time Paul wrote to the Corinthian church. Many Gnostic philosophers held to the belief that the treatment of the body was for one’s pleasure and one’s purposes. These are also popular beliefs in our current society as well. In a world that seems to promote self-gratification, Scripture offers a different perspective: Our bodies are made not to gratify ourselves, but to glorify God.
APRIL 29 & 30
Many people often recite the maxim “money can’t buy happiness” but often live their lives in the hopes that it can. Often times we fall into the trap of loving money and the comforts we think money can provide us. Paul encourages Timothy to remind the church that God ultimately provides everything and that generosity is the key to remaining in a right mindset of viewing money.
Many of us think we can spend our time just going through the motions or biding time while waiting for the next fun thing. Scripture offers us a different perspective. Paul’s view of time was more about wisely seizing opportunities that God puts in front of us.
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