1 Corinthians: Chapter 3 (verses 10-17)

July 9, 2024

by Peter Amsterdam

Paul makes the point that it is Christ alone upon whom the church must be built. Many might attempt to lay other foundations and to build on them, but they won’t succeed, as all other than Him are foundations of sand.

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