In this introductory sermon to the book of 1 Corinthians, we look at verses 1-3 and Paul’s greeting to the church in Corinth. The Corinthian church had become corrupted by immorality and licentiousness. In the introduction to his letter, Paul reminded the Corinthians of who they were in Christ Jesus. As believers, they were sanctified, which is to be set apart for God’s use. They were also saints, or holy ones, who were to be different from the world, representing the character of God. As we examine ourselves as believers, do we see evidence of transformed lives that are conformed to the image of Christ?