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Worship Experience: What About This Resurrection?
July 31, 2020

Worship Experience: What About This Resurrection?

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Passage: 1 Corinthians 15:1-26
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Bible Text: 1 Corinthians 15:1-26 | Pastor: Andrea Fluegel | Series: Early Church | Pre-recorded for Sunday, August 2, 2020. Scripture: 1 Corinthians 15:1-26

We continue the series on the Early Church and its struggles, conflicts, and joys. In this second to last chapter of his first letter to the Church in Corinth, the Apostle Paul circles back to the first chapter. He AGAIN underscores the importance of the cross and the resurrection. For we need BOTH the cross and the resurrection. Without the resurrection, Jesus’ death is really no different than that of John the Baptist. They were both considered prophets in their time. They had a following of disciples. They were both executed – one beheaded and the other crucified. The difference, says Paul, is the resurrection of Jesus. On the third day, Jesus rose from the dead. How do we know this asks Paul? There were hundreds upon hundreds of witnesses that saw first-hand the resurrected Jesus. AND Paul says, to the gathered people of God in the first century, those witnesses, they are still alive. Have questions about the resurrection? Want to know more about Jesus? Go and ask them!

A PDF version of the order of service (bulletin) and a downloadable audio version of the sermon are below. The bulletin includes the words to the hymns.

If you would like to support the mission of Prince of Peace so that we can continue worship, community outreach, and other ministries, you can give any amount by cash, check, online, through the Give+ app by Vanco, or by sending a text to 833-394-7887 (text your dollar amount and follow the prompts). Thank you for your generosity.

From Sundays and Seasons.com. Copyright 2020 Augsburg Fortress. All rights reserved. Reprinted by permission under Augsburg Fortress Liturgies Annual License #SAS003288. CCLI License #11245532. One License # A-709338.  Piano music by Linda Brainard and Jo Simmons. Soloist is Pam Lee. Dramatist: John Van Hise. Prelude by: Richard Bruxvoort Colligan, “Forever Love,” https://www.psalmimmersion.com/.

Pre-recorded for Sunday, August 2, 2020. Scripture: 1 Corinthians 15:1-26

We continue the series on the Early Church and its struggles, conflicts, and joys. In this second to last chapter of his first letter to the Church in Corinth, the Apostle Paul circles back to the first chapter. He AGAIN underscores the importance of the cross and the resurrection. For we need BOTH the cross and the resurrection. Without the resurrection, Jesus’ death is really no different than that of John the Baptist. They were both considered prophets in their time. They had a following of disciples. They were both executed - one beheaded and the other crucified. The difference, says Paul, is the resurrection of Jesus. On the third day, Jesus rose from the dead. How do we know this asks Paul? There were hundreds upon hundreds of witnesses that saw first-hand the resurrected Jesus. AND Paul says, to the gathered people of God in the first century, those witnesses, they are still alive. Have questions about the resurrection? Want to know more about Jesus? Go and ask them!

A PDF version of the order of service (bulletin) and a downloadable audio version of the sermon are below. The bulletin includes the words to the hymns.

If you would like to support the mission of Prince of Peace so that we can continue worship, community outreach, and other ministries, you can give any amount by cash, check, online, through the Give+ app by Vanco, or by sending a text to 833-394-7887 (text your dollar amount and follow the prompts). Thank you for your generosity.

From Sundays and Seasons.com. Copyright 2020 Augsburg Fortress. All rights reserved. Reprinted by permission under Augsburg Fortress Liturgies Annual License #SAS003288. CCLI License #11245532. One License # A-709338.  Piano music by Linda Brainard and Jo Simmons. Soloist is Pam Lee. Dramatist: John Van Hise. Prelude by: Richard Bruxvoort Colligan, "Forever Love," https://www.psalmimmersion.com/.

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