1 Corinthians 4 - Outline

since Paul is like the Lord's accountant, then he is going to get a greater judgement from the Lord Himself, than any judgment that we might give him
we shouldn't think we're better than other people, because we only have what has been given to us
believers who are complacent in their prosperity, should consider the apostles
the apostles aren't supposed to be like our rock-stars; they're supposed to be like our parents
the apostles have sacrificed all of the good things in their lives, including their reputations, for our benefit; so, instead of arguing about which one of them is cooler, we should actually listen to them
remember Paul's ways in Christ, that he teaches
nobody wants there to be a need for chastisement, so we need to change our emphasis from cool-sounding words, into actions of the true power of holiness

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