“Let anyone who thinks that he stands, take head lest he fall.” (1 Cor. 10:12) I will admit to having a built-in allergic reaction to warning labels. While some take comfort in knowing warning labels are seeking to spare them difficulty, I tend to think they commit two sins. They either point out the obvious or are trying to control me. But the reality is that sometimes we need warning labels because we aren’t as smart or advanced as we think we are. In this passage, Paul makes this point to the new Christians in Corinth by pointing to Israel’s history and warning them not to get reckless in their faith with their newfound freedom. The truth is that recklessness and pride has frequently destroyed the people God. In this passage, we will look at several areas we can easily become reckless with our lives, how we deal with temptation, and then invite us back to a place of humility and carefulness in our relationship with Jesus.