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We Have The Mind of Christ Slides, 8/24/14
We Have The Mind of Christ Slides, 8/24/14
We Have The Mind of Christ Slides, 8/24/14
We Have The Mind of Christ Slides, 8/24/14
We Have The Mind of Christ Slides, 8/24/14
We Have The Mind of Christ Slides, 8/24/14
We Have The Mind of Christ Slides, 8/24/14
We Have The Mind of Christ Slides, 8/24/14
We Have The Mind of Christ Slides, 8/24/14
We Have The Mind of Christ Slides, 8/24/14
We Have The Mind of Christ Slides, 8/24/14
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We Have The Mind of Christ Slides, 8/24/14

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  • 1. Yet  among  the  mature  we  do  impart  wisdom,   although  it  is  not  a  wisdom  of  this  age  or  of  the   rulers  of  this  age,  who  are  doomed  to  pass  away.   But  we  impart  a  secret  and  hidden  wisdom  of  God,   which  God  decreed  before  the  ages  for  our  glory.   None  of  the  rulers  of  this  age  understood  this,  for  if   they  had,  they  would  not  have  crucified  the  Lord  of   glory.  But,  as  it  is  wri?en,   “What  no  eye  has  seen,  nor  ear  heard,          nor  the  heart  of  man  imagined,   what  God  has  prepared  for  those  who  love  him”—   these  things  God  has  revealed  to  us  through  the   Spirit.    
  • 2. For  the  Spirit  searches  everything,  even  the   depths  of  God.  For  who  knows  a  person's   thoughts  except  the  spirit  of  that  person,  which   is  in  him?  So  also  no  one  comprehends  the   thoughts  of  God  except  the  Spirit  of  God.  Now   we  have  received  not  the  spirit  of  the  world,  but   the  Spirit  who  is  from  God,  that  we  might   understand  the  things  freely  given  us  by  God.   And  we  impart  this  in  words  not  taught  by   human  wisdom  but  taught  by  the  Spirit,   interpreKng  spiritual  truths  to  those  who  are   spiritual.  
  • 3. The  natural  person  does  not  accept  the  things  of   the  Spirit  of  God,  for  they  are  folly  to  him,  and   he  is  not  able  to  understand  them  because  they   are  spiritually  discerned.  The  spiritual  person   judges  all  things,  but  is  himself  to  be  judged  by   no  one.  “For  who  has  understood  the  mind  of   the  Lord  so  as  to  instruct  him?”  But  we  have  the   mind  of  Christ.   1  Corinthians  2:6-­‐16  (ESV)  
  • 4. AOer  this  Paul  leO  Athens  and  went  to  Corinth.  And   he  found  a  Jew  named  Aquila,  a  naKve  of  Pontus,   recently  come  from  Italy  with  his  wife  Priscilla,   because  Claudius  had  commanded  all  the  Jews  to   leave  Rome.  And  he  went  to  see  them,  and  because   he  was  of  the  same  trade  he  stayed  with  them  and   worked,  for  they  were  tentmakers  by  trade.  And  he   reasoned  in  the  synagogue  every  Sabbath,  and  tried   to  persuade  Jews  and  Greeks.   When  Silas  and  Timothy  arrived  from  Macedonia,   Paul  was  occupied  with  the  word,  tesKfying  to  the   Jews  that  the  Christ  was  Jesus.    
  • 5. And  when  they  opposed  and  reviled  him,  he   shook  out  his  garments  and  said  to  them,  “Your   blood  be  on  your  own  heads!  I  am  innocent.   From  now  on  I  will  go  to  the  GenKles.”  And  he   leO  there  and  went  to  the  house  of  a  man   named  TiKus  Justus,  a  worshiper  of  God.  His   house  was  next  door  to  the  synagogue.  Crispus,   the  ruler  of  the  synagogue,  believed  in  the  Lord,   together  with  his  enKre  household.  And  many  of   the  Corinthians  hearing  Paul  believed  and  were   bapKzed.    
  • 6. And  the  Lord  said  to  Paul  one  night  in  a  vision,   “Do  not  be  afraid,  but  go  on  speaking  and  do   not  be  silent,  for  I  am  with  you,  and  no  one  will   a?ack  you  to  harm  you,  for  I  have  many  in  this   city  who  are  my  people.”  And  he  stayed  a  year   and  six  months,  teaching  the  word  of  God   among  them.   Acts  18:1-­‐11  (ESV)  
  • 7. THE  MESSAGE  OF  THE  CROSS  CUTS   RIGHT  TO  THE  HEART  OF  SELF-­‐ CENTEREDNESS!    
  • 8. 1.  We  need  the  wisdom  that  comes  from  God!  
  • 9. 1.  We  need  the  wisdom  that  comes  from  God!   2.  God’s  wisdom  is  revealed  to  us  by  Holy  Spirit  
  • 10. 1.  We  need  the  wisdom  that  comes  from  God!   2.  God’s  wisdom  is  revealed  to  us  by  Holy  Spirit   3.  BUT,  we  have  the  mind  of  Christ!  

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