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2 Corinthians 6:14-18



1.     Player gets confused – scores for wrong team

2.     Whose side are you on?

3.     Are you wearing the right uniform?



1.     Nothing in common – 14-15

a.     3 contrasts

                                                    i.     Righteousness / Unrighteousness

                                                   ii.     Light / Darkness

                                                 iii.     Believer / Unbeliever

b.     Choose friends

c.     Examine your life

2.     Christ would – 15

a.     Christ vs. Belial

                                                    i.     Belial = Hebrew word – worthless, hopeless ruin

                                                   ii.     In NT – refers to Satan

b.     Jesus resisted by:

                                                    i.     Quoting scripture

                                                   ii.     Stand up to Satan

                                                 iii.     Resist – James 4:7; 1 Peter 5:8-9

3.     No Agreement – 16

a.     4 areas of disagreement

                                                    i.     What is the temple? – you vs. a building

                                                   ii.     Living God – living  vs. idols

                                                 iii.     Presence of God – with us vs. far away

                                                 iv.     Personal God – personal vs. universal

b.     Children often play, make up rules as they go along

c.     Whose rule book do you follow?

4.     Defiles you – 17-18

a.     Quote from Isaiah 52:11

b.     Command, stipulation, promise

                                                    i.     Come out, separate

                                                   ii.     Do not touch

                                                 iii.     I will receive you


Are you separate from the world?

Are you on the Lord’s team?

Can the world tell whose side you are on?

This is decision time.

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