Legally Speaking

October 28, 2018

October 28, 2018 • Pastor Dave Dick • 1 Corinthians 6:1-11

In our society disputes are often settled in court. In fact, it is often the first threat uttered after a car accident, as a business partnership is dissolved, or when a husband and wife end a promise to one another. As a society we are trained to protect our rights and capitalize on the legal process. This week the apostle Paul addresses disputes and grievances within the church. What steps should we take when we have disagreements among believers?

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