The Church of the Corinthians was in trouble. Divisions, local customs, and many other factors had led to a breakdown of communications between the members and the ministry they had embraced five years ago when Paul had established the church. Here Paul delivers a well deserved chewing out, as well as some helpful hints for setting their house in order. This message is probably one of his most powerful statements, not only for the ancient church, but for the congregations of the twenty first century.
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About the Author
Rev. Frederick E. Smith is an itinerant minister of the Church of Gospel Ministry of Chula Vista, California. He currently resides in Peoria, Illinois, where he continues to write this ongoing interpretation of the Bible for modern readers. He holds a B.S. in English from Bradley University and an A.A. from Grossmont College in La Mesa, California. He is the author of several books of poetry, these studies of the New and Old Testament, and a frequent contributor to Cowbird.com and LinkedIn, where he manages a poetry group.