Scripture Readings - I Corinthians

I Corinthians
The Gospel was first preached in Corinth by Paul on his second missionary journey (50 A.D.). While living and working there, he preached in the synagogue until opposition arose. He was accused by the Jews before the Roman Governor, Gallic, but the charges were dismissed and Paul remained in the city eighteen months (Acts 18:1-17; 1 Cor. 2:3). Paul’s subsequent relations with this Church were disturbed from time to time by doubts and suspicions on both sides, but for no other Church did Paul feel a deeper affection. The whole letter is concerned directly or indirectly with doctrinal and ethical problems that were disturbing the Corinthian Church, including divisions in the Church (1:11), immorality (Ch. 5; 6:9-20), and questions concerning marriage, food, worship and the Resurrection.

Reading Read Time Hit Count
I Corinthians 15:58-16:3 (17th and 19th Saturday after Pentecost) 1 min 6282
I Corinthians 16:4-12 (10th Wednesday after Pentecost) 1 min 3805
I Corinthians 16:13-24 (13th Sunday after Pentecost) 1 min 4030