Chapter 3

 

Stunted Growth

 

1,2. So, brothers and sisters, I could not speak to you as spiritual people, but instead as people of the flesh, as infants in Christ. I fed you milk, not solid food, for you were not yet ready. In fact, you are still not ready.

 

Although Paul had earlier described the Corinthians as"spiritual" in the sense that they were born of the Spirit, he realized that they were not behaving as mature spiritual people should. So now he alters his tone to highlight the spiritual immaturity of the Corinthian church. New Christian converts are likened to new born babies (1 Pet. 2:2). No one expects a baby to eat meat, or do other things that adults do. They must grow and develop into adulthood. In the same way, when the church at Corinth began, Paul gave the new Christians simple instruction in the faith, teaching that was appropriate for their spiritual age. He says in effect "I breast fed you with milk". As time went on, however, they had not grown up in Christ as they should have. At a time when Paul expected them to be mature he found them still behaving like infants. Their growth was stunted; and their lives showed that they had made very little progress in the Christian faith.  The same was true of the Hebrew Christians: "For though by this time you ought to be teachers, you need someone to teach you again the first principles of the oracles of God; and you have come to need milk and not solid food" (Heb. 5:12 NKJVTM).

 

3. For you are still carnal. For where there are envy, strife, and divisions among you, are you not carnal and behaving like mere men? (NKJVTM)

 

Their behavior, especially their tendency for jealousy and squabbling, showed that they were still acting like unconverted men - as they did before they came to know the Lord. They had not allowed Christ to take full control of their lives and this is what Paul means when he describes them as "of the flesh" or "carnal";  they were letting the old nature have its way and not Christ. The word translated "carnal" (sarkikos) is different to the word used earlier and translated "natural" (psuchikos). The former means a person "characterized by the flesh" whereas the latter it means a person without the spiritual nature of Christ living in them at all. Although the Corinthians were genuinely converted, the deeds of the old man were still dominant in their lives.  Paul asks a searching question: "how is it that you are still walking (living) like men of the world?"  Believers should allow the Lord to take control of every area of their lives. For "jealousy and quarreling", we could easily substitute any of the so called "works of the flesh". (Gal. 5:19-21). We should ask ourselves, "what are we still doing which we did before we knew the Lord? Do we react in the same way to things as we did then, or has there been a change in our attitudes? Are there areas of our lives we still have not surrendered to his absolute control?" If so, then this letter of Paul to the Corinthians is for us, that we might learn what it is to be "renewed in the spirit of your mind" (Rom. 12:2).

 

4. For whenever someone says, "I am with Paul," or "I am with Apollos," are you not merely human?

Paul is speaking about the party factions which split the church of Corinth into two main groups - those who followed Paul and those who followed Apollos, although there were other groups too. By implication from v3, it was a spirit of jealousy that led to this division. Paul argues that this kind of thinking belongs to the spirit of the age, or "the wisdom of this world"; it demonstrates the worldliness of the Corinthian believers. They were not behaving as those in Christ ought to. Leon Morris says "while the Corinthians might... be able to justify what they were doing by the arguments of the world, it was utterly alien to the spirit of the Gospel."

 

God's Fellow Workers.

 

5.  What is Apollos, really? Or what is Paul? Servants through whom you came to believe, and each of us in the ministry the Lord gave us.

 

Paul explains why this party spirit is so wrong. It was God Himself who had saved the Corinthians through the Gospel of His Son; a Gospel which is not influenced by the wisdom of men nor enhanced by the abilities of men. Paul and Apollos were only messengers, heralds, who announced the good news about the wonderful salvation which God has provided for man in Christ. The fact that the Corinthians had such a high opinion of men revealed that they had too low an opinion of God. Paul is at pains to stress the lowly position of the messenger, referring to himself and Appollos as merely "servants". The word used denotes a lowly servant, an attendant, and the same word is often translated "deacons" in the context of those practical servants of the church. As Morris says "the word 'ministers' used by Paul to describe himself and Appollos stresses the lowly character of the service rendered".  God has ordained that men should hear the good news from others, who since they are saved themselves are qualified to share the news. But it was God who had saved  the Corinthians - not Paul or Apollos.

 

6.  I planted, Apollos watered, but God caused it to grow.

 

Paul was the first to come to Corinth with the Gospel message. At that time a number of Corinthians were saved and the church began to grow. When Paul left them to continue his traveling ministry, Appollos arrived and taught the new converts, helping them to grow in their Christian faith. In this way the church was built up.Paul compares his and Appollos' work with that of farmers. Paul sowed the seed of the Gospel among the Corinthians by which many were saved. Apollos watered the new converts by spiritual teaching so that they might mature and grow. A farmer may sow the seed and water the crops but only God can make a plant grow. Whether a Christian worker is proclaiming Christ where he has never before been heard, or building on what has already been done, he must be aware that he can neither save a soul nor grow a soul. That is God's work. Every Christian worker ought to know that there are things that only God can do, and that his is simply a fellow worker with God.

 

7. So neither the one who plants counts for anything, nor the one who waters, but God who causes the growth.

 

Clearly, the most important person in the whole process is God. Paul planted and Appolos watered but neither could make the plants grow. He stresses the comparative unimportance of their work. It is not the evangelist but God who claims the honor for saving the souls of men (Rev. 7:10) and building His Church (Matt. 16:18).

 

8. The one who plants and the one who waters work as one, but each will receive his reward according to his work.

 

The evangelists are not rivals but team mates. They work together to achieve the same aim and each will receive wages from the same master. Every man will be paid his wage, not for apparent success, but for doing the job which God has given to him.  In farming, the harvesters bring in the wheat. But unless the soil has first been ploughed, the seed sown, the field weeded etc. there would be no wheat to harvest. Every man has his own work to do, but every man is dependent on the work of the others. Because of this, the harvester should not expect to receive more wages than the sower. Every man will be paid wages for doing what he should have done and this speaks of equality. Note that Paul is talking about wages, a reward for labor not success.

 

9. We are coworkers belonging to God. You are God's field, God's building.

 

The church does not belong to Paul, Appollos or any other minister. He tells the church in effect, "we are working with God for your benefit - nevertheless you are God's". Whether we think of the Church as a field being cultivated or as a building being built, the truth is that God is cultivating or building it. The Church is God's and He will not share it with another. His laborers are merely entrusted with tasks to do for His Church. Many laborers worked in Boaz's field in Bethlehem and he paid them all wages, but both the field and the harvest that came from it remained Boaz's exclusive  property.

 

The Foundation and the Building.

 

10. According to the grace of God given to me, like a skilled master-builder I laid a foundation, but someone else builds on it. And each one must be careful how he builds.

 

Paul credits God with enabling him, by His grace, to do the work he had been called to do. Whenever God calls us to a task, he also equips us. This is entirely supernatural and of grace. Comparing himself with a wise master builder, Paul says that he has laid a foundation. He means of course, the founding of the church at Corinth. Others were now building on the foundation he had laid. Paul was called to preach the Gospel where Christ was not known, and although Paul's work involved ministering to the church for years after through prayer and teaching, it is true that most of the work was done by other pastors and teachers who built on this foundation. One man could never do all that was required to build a house. Paul did not do it all, nor did he think himself superior to those who were currently laboring in Corinth. Yet, by the grace of God, Paul was in a position to warn all who labor in the work of God. Each one must be careful how they build, in the fear of God.

 

11. For no one can lay any foundation other than what is being laid, which is Jesus Christ.

 

The foundation of a soul's salvation has been laid by God - that is Jesus Christ Himself. That it has been laid once and forever (Isa. 28:16) is a reference to His atoning death and resurrection, which is effectual for all believers throughout all time and eternity. When Paul said earlier "I laid the foundation" he meant that he was the first to preach the Gospel in Corinth; and so a local church began as a result of his ministry. But in a broader context, both the local and universal Church began and exist because of Christ. He says "I will build my church and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it" (Matt. 16:18). Christ is the only foundation and let no man think he can lay any other. We cannot enter into a right relationship with God  any other way than through faith in Jesus Christ. As Leon Morris says "(Paul's advice is good for today) when many build their so called Christianity without Christ, on a foundation of good works, humanism or science."

 

12. If anyone builds on the foundation with gold, silver, precious stones, wood, hay, or straw.

 

Although there is only one foundation, men may build on it in various ways. Paul's emphasis is on the quality of the materials used. One builder may attempt to make a building worthy of this glorious foundation by using materials that cost him dear, and such building will stand the tests of both time and eternity. Another may choose materials that cost him less, for he is not willing to commit himself, time, or resources into the work of God. But a structure built in this way will come to eventual ruin; it will not last eternally.It is not how good the a preacher is, nor how eloquent a speaker, nor how great crowds he is able to draw by his fame or personality, that count with God. In the last analysis, Christ will ask whether we gave our lives in utter surrender and devotion to Him. Remember how it was not the apostles but a woman who poured perfume on His feet whom Christ commended. It was not the rich donors to the temple but a poor widow who won his attention for giving to God all she had. In John's Gospel the reader is given privileged access to the private conference which Christ had with Peter after His resurrection. Walking along the shores of Galilee the Master did not ask him "how many souls can you get on Pentecost?", or "how charismatic a preacher are you", but rather "do you love me?" Are we prepared to take up our cross and follow Christ? Is our service for the Lord marked by surrender to His will, and the sacrifice of all we hold dear? Or do we make our service for Christ fit into our own agenda? How are we going to build for God? Will we give the Lord what costs us something - our time, our talents, and our money? Will we deny ourselves in favor of Christ's work? Or will we offer something which does cost us little, half hearted work and no commitment, keeping our time and money for our pleasures rather than putting all into Christ's service?

 

13. each builder's work will be plainly seen, for the Day will make it clear, because it will be revealed by fire. And the fire will test what kind of work each has done.

 

The day is coming when everyone's work will come under the personal scrutiny of Jesus Christ, who knows the hearts of all men (John 2:25).  When he comes again, to receive His own in the atmosphere (1 Thess. 4:17), every believer will stand before Him (by inference, in among the clouds, where we first meet him face to face) and He will reveal His own scrutiny of the lives we have lived and the service we have rendered him. This event is called the "judgment (or bema) seat of Christ." For all of us must appear before the judgment seat of Christ, so that each may receive recompense for what has been done in the body, whether good or evil (2 Cor. 5:10). The "bema" was the place, not where high court judges passed sentence on criminals, but where judges of the Olympic games gave honors to the victorious. When Christians appear before the bema seat of Christ it is not to be judged for their sin, for that judgment has already passed upon their blessed Saviour at Calvary. It is instead to receive the honor and reward that comes from victorious living for Jesus Christ in this world. Many who are now honored in the public eye will not be honored by Christ in that day; for He will  scrutinize the hearts and motives of men, not their image or reputation. It is possible for a man to have a successful ministry without suffering or sacrificing for Jesus' sake. Such men will not be among the honored; whilst others we have never heard of will be among the honored, for God who knows their hearts knows that they gave everything for Him. They were willing to part with all and suffer loss for His name. To be "tried by fire" means to have the true quality of one's work tested and approved. Only two kinds of building material are described: one of the enduring type, i.e. "gold, silver and precious stones" and the other perishable "wood, hay and stubble". Only the former will endure the fire. Christians should be aware that only work done for God in God's way will meet with Christ's approval on the day when He tests each man's motive. A life committed to the Lord will gain us praise and honor from Him, teh sign of His pleasure, when He comes again.

 

14,15. If what someone has built survives, he will receive a reward. If someone's work is burned up, he will suffer loss. He himself will be saved, but only as through fire.

 

Only believers will stand before the bema seat of Christ. Those who have done well shall be honored by the Lord, but even those who have not done so will not be disowned. They may miss out on His approval, which is of great worth, and this is a very serious matter; but at no time is their salvation at stake. That matter has been settled at the cross. Believers do not go to heaven because of good works, but by faith in Christ; but it remains true that those believers who have done shall be honored for it with deserved praise, in front of the whole Church, when Christ appears.

 

The Holy Temple of God.

 

16. Do you not know that you are God's temple and that God's Spirit lives in you?

 

The word "you" used here is plural, a reference to the Church as a whole. The Corinthians should have already known that the Church is God's temple, the place in which God dwells by His Spirit; who indwells the church corporately as well as believers individually (1 Cor. 6:19). The Church has been made holy and sacred to God by the sacrifice of Christ.

 

17.  If someone destroys God's temple, God will destroy him. For God's temple is holy, which is what you are.

 

The reason why division in the Church is so serious is that the Church is God's temple, and so any man treats it badly is guilty of a serious sin. Some scholars consider that the judgment of an offender against the Church is not arbitrary, for the word used for "destroy" means "to harm or corrupt" and whilst it does not necessarily indicate eternal torment, it reveals that punishment will be meted out to fit the crime. Here is the same verse from the Amplified New Testament, with my own comments in brackets: "If anyone does hurt to God's temple or corrupts it (leads it into false doctrine or wrong practice) or destroys it (breaks down its essential structure and unity) God will do hurt to him and bring him to the corruption of death and destroy him." Jesus warned that those who were guilty of causing some to fall away from the faith would be dealt with severely (Matt. 18:6). Here, individuals are viewed as part of the whole Church. It is because the temple of God is holy - set apart as his own possession, the apple of his eye (Zech. 2:8) - that no man may oppose or harm it with impunity.

 

18. Guard against self-deception, each of you. If someone among you thinks he is wise in this age, let him become foolish so that he can become wise.

 

At times, most of us hold views of ourselves that are at least a little bit better than the reality. It is easy for us to have a wrong opinion of ourselves, and become puffed up, as the Corinthians were. In this way they "deceived themselves", thinking themselves intellectually and spiritually superior. In teh opening chapters of his epistle, Paul has endeavored to burst all their bubbles - not only telling them that they are neither clever nor spiritual, but also that the wisdom of man itself is stupid in God's eyes. Let those who think they are wise or important realize just how insignificant and ignorant they are compared to God; for then they will gain true wisdom, which involves an understanding of God's nature (Prov. 11:2).

 

19. For the wisdom of this age is foolishness with God. As it is written, " He catches the wise in their craftiness."

 

Paul backs up his argument by quoting Job 5:13. The worldly wise, whom the Corinthians held in high esteem, are unable to understand the divine mysteries, and yet these are open for discovery to the humblest believer by faith.

 

20. And again, "The Lord knows that the thoughts of the wise are futile."

 

All man's thoughts and designs concern the present; and by them he is not able to effect anything eternally. Therefore his thoughts are vain, concerned with things which will not endure.

 

21,22,23. So then, no more boasting about mere mortals! For everything belongs to you, whether Paul or Apollos or Cephas or the world or life or death or the present or the future. Everything belongs to you, and you belong to Christ, and Christ belongs to God.

 

Paul's aim throughout the chapter has been to turn the Corinthians attention away from man's glory and success, to God and what He has done for them. Paul urges them to consider again what great things Gdo has given them in Christ. They were ready to boast of their own wisdom and that of their teachers; but Christ is the wisdom of God. Everything belongs to Christ, and those who are Christ's share all things with Him. He Himself is our inheritance or portion (Num. 18:20). He is ours and we are his.God has provided all things for the Church, giving us pastors, teachers, evangelists, and so on. Christ has called, equipped, and given all these ministries to His Church as a whole, and every member belongs to all the others. Paul puts no limit on our possessions in Christ, for all things are His, things present and things to come. But in return, Christ owns all that we have and are; He has redeemed the Church to belong to Himself and to God. But just as Christ is ours and we are His, so Christ, the only begotten Son, is God's alone (1 Cor. 15:28).

 

 

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