A People in a Place, Week 5: “We Before Me”, the Alternative to Conflict + Courtrooms
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The people of Corinth loved litigation loved taking one another to court over almost anything. So did the Corinthian Christians, a fact that caught Paul’s attention. He argued that they should be a different kind of people with a Kingdom perspective. He believed they could and should resolve their differences among themselves, and the fact that they were suing one another meant they were already “defeated.” He said that they should even choose to be wronged rather than sue each other. This is the best way to embody the Kingdom model of living, as Pastor Ann put it: “We before me.”