David Guzik is the pastor of Calvary Chapel Santa Barbara, California.
David Guzik is the pastor of Calvary Chapel Santa Barbara, California. Before that he served as director and teacher at Calvary Chapel Bible College, Germany, following more than 20 years of pastoral ministry. He currently serves now as the senior pastor of Calvary Chapel Santa Barbara. David has been happy to be part of the Blue Letter Bible community for more than 10 years
It proves to be a great resource for teaching and understanding difficult scriptures. It articulates what my own thoughts are, but in a much better way.
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It is unlikely the Corinthian Christians were suffering in exactly the same way Paul was. Probably, not one of them could match the list Paul made in 2 Corinthians 11:23-28. Yet, Paul can say they are the same sufferings because he recognizes that the exact circumstances of suffering are not as important as what God does and wants to do through the suffering. Christians should never get into a competition of comparing suffering.
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First Epistle to the Corinthians. The Textual Problem of 1 Corinthians 14:34-35 by Daniel B. Wallace. ation of 1 Cor 14. Interesting new thoughts for question of women ordination. English Translation with Parallel Latin Vulgate.
Brief biographies and helpful indexes round out this outstanding resource.
Emphasizing theological unity of Scripture as a whole, Dr. Garland also provides concise historical background to help you better understand the context of each biblical book. Brief biographies and helpful indexes round out this outstanding resource.
David Guzik - Paul asks the Corinthian Christians to consider a sobering question: Am I really a Christian? .
David Guzik - Paul asks the Corinthian Christians to consider a sobering question: Am I really a Christian? We are rightly concerned that every believer have the assurance of salvation, and know how to endure the attacks that come from Satan in this area.