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  1. 1 Corinthians 3:21-22

    So then, no more boasting about human leaders! All things are yours, whether Paul or Apollos or Cephas or the world or life or death or the present or the future–all are yours…

    Thoughts for Today:
    I once attended a fundraiser for a local charity that was held in a garage. That’s right — in the garage, not the home. I was a little surprised. At least until I got there and realized it was no ordinary garage. The “garage” was well over 40,000 square feet, exquisitely decorated, and filled with some of the world’s most exotic and priceless automobiles. Imagine the owner of this collection (which included a 1931 Duesenberg J. Weymann Speedster), stopping before a run-down 2001 Ford sedan with over a hundred thousand miles. Do you think someone with such an amazing collection would boast about a car in need of a paint job and that cost less than a thousand dollars? Of course not. The same is true for us when we boast about anything other than Christ. When we do so, we are boasting about something that is far less significant, remarkable, and precious.

    In our passage today, Paul warns us to not be foolish or proud because of our association with a particular person. So it really doesn’t matter who we were trained by, we should only take pride in our position in Christ, and He in us. In the same way, when we brag and are prideful because of our possessions or accomplishments, we are boasting foolishly. Remember, everything that is separate from God is ultimately garbage.

    Questions to Ponder:
    What is your most priceless possession? Your sports car, grandfather’s watch, or wedding ring? None of it compares to the value of our Lord and Savior Jesus.

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