Everything Decently and In Order

As we’ve seen repeatedly from Paul’s first letter to the church at Corinth, not everything that was happening in Christian churches was idealic or commendable. Divisions were occurring over teachers, there were questions about marriage/divorce, misuse of the Lord’s Supper, strife over food offered to idols, and – as we’ve seen in the last few chapters – there was abuse of the spiritual gifts.With all this strife and confusion happening in the church, it should not surprise us that now, in the final section of chapter 14, Paul closes with this final command: "do everything decently and in order."But what does decent, orderly, powerful, spiritual worship look like?

Scripture:  1 Corinthians 14:27-40