10/30 – Doctrine Matters

Speaker: Chris Seay            Scripture: 1 Corinthians 15:1-28

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Chris’ continuation into Corinthians climaxed this weekend with Paul’s addressing of the Corinthians in their bad behaviors that it was because they had an incomplete belief in the resurrection of Jesus. Amazing sermon. The painting is about the need to die in order to be resurrected to new life.

It’s started me on some thinking about what happens in that color scheme stage – the process of dying. Why is it necessary for us to be resurrected? What happens to us during that transformation?

My friend Taylor said something about his life lately that I think gives us some insight to what happens. In talking about his own life, he said that everything good thing that God has brought about has come out of something dying in his life. He said it only makes sense then for God to bring about the best thing in our existence through our biggest death – the loss of our physical earthly vessel. Much to ponder

here are the other variations i did over 5 services this weekend….



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One Response to 10/30 – Doctrine Matters

  1. foongfest says:

    I woke up at 6 in the morning on Sunday and couldn’t go back to sleep because I was deep in thought. I wrote down a few questions down in my journal (What does it mean to die to self? etc.) I sat in the 9am gathering in complete ‘omg my mind is blown’ when Chris started speaking.

    That’s why I had to buy your painting (along with the fact that it is awesome).

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