Considering the Church in Corinth in the 21st Century (pt. 12) / Instruction is given regarding those who are strong in the faith (mature), on how to treat those who are weak in the faith, preferentially and respectfully.
Christ’s death is most often addressed as the essential component of the Gospel message. However, equally imperative is His bodily resurrection. Without the Resurrection of our Lord, we do not have the Gospel! The Gospel is both the Death of Christ as payment of our sins, and His Resurrection, proof positive that payment was accepted!
Considering the Church in Corinth in the 21st Century (pt. 12) / Paul’s counsel, during a specific time of distress, is for those who desire to serve the Lord to put off marriage, temporarily, as the “time is short,” and the task is difficult enough without additional temporal concerns of a spouse and family.
Considering the Church in Corinth in the 21st Century (pt 11) / The importance and permanence of the marriage relationship a matter to be considered and taken very seriously, in such a cavalier and decadent society.