Speaking to sensible people

John Alley begins this message with the passage of Scripture from 1 Corinthians 10:6-21, in which the apostle Paul exhorts the believers in Corinth to “flee from idolatry”. John then goes on to explain the ways in which Christians may, even unwittingly, indulge in idolatry of various kinds, thus preventing the flow of God’s blessings as God intended. John also uses the life of Gideon to illustrate how one man can both be instrumental in pulling down the altars of previous generations, and then falling into the trap of bringing idolatry into being.

John closes his message with the thought that a little evil will ruin the whole, but a little good will not change what is corrupt. We must, says John, clean the “mixture” out of our lives and live wholly for God.

Sunday, 13th March, 2011

| Message ByJohn Alley