Timothy Krupa

The Church of God at Corinth

Who Were the Corinthians? “To those who have been sanctified in Christ Jesus, saints by calling” (1 Corinthians 1:2 NASB). By Tim Krupa The Apostle Paul had an excellent relationship with most of the ecclesiae he dealt with, but Corinth was an exception. They were a problem. Paul first came to Corinth while he traveled a pilgrim route we usually call “Paul’s Second Missionary Journey.” After going through Asia Minor (modern Turkey) and stopping briefly in Troas, Paul headed for Macedonia (northern []


The Brotherhood of the Cup “There is no greater love than this — that a man should lay down his life for his friends” (John 15:13, Phillips translation unless noted). by Timothy Krupa The term “friend” is one of the language labels given to a relationship between two individuals. That label describes how they feel and behave toward each other.That term is also scriptural, and therefore deserves some consideration. In John 15:15 Jesus said, “I shall not call you servants any longer, []