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2 Corinthians

Paul's second letter to the Corinths is actually the fourth letter that he wrote to them, and is known for it's intensely personal and autobiographical nature.  He wrote this epistle to the assembly that was established on his first visit to the city.  Problems with worldliness, internal wranglings and doctrinal defections continued to fester in spite of his efforts in the first epistle. Opposition to Paul's ministry leveled charges of fickleness, authoritarianism, ministering without proper credentials, cowardice, failure to maintain proper clerical dignity, presumption and fleshliness against him.  Paul focused on his accusers corruption of the Word, their deceptiveness, their own ministry, and their lack of spiritual courage to step out and start a ministry. In the light of these problems, Paul wrote 2 Corinthians to justify and establish his authority as an apostle, and to bring about their full reconciliation with himself.

  • 2 Corinthians 11:1-2 Salutation
  • 1:3-11 Paul's affliction
  • 1:12-2:4 Postponement of his visit
  • 2 Corinthians 22:5-13 Forgiveness for the offender
  • 2:14-17 Triumphant in Christ
  • 2 Corinthians 33:1-18 Ministers in the New Testament
  • 2 Corinthians 44:1-6 God's power in the ministry
  • 4:7-18 Living by faith
  • 2 Corinthians 55:1-21 Ministers of reconciliation
  • 2 Corinthians 66:1-10 Paul's summary of the ministry
  • 6:11-18 Paul pleads for separation from unbelievers
  • 2 Cor. 77:1-16 Paul's joy at the Corinthians' repentance
  • 2 Cor. 88:1-24 The collection for the other Christians
  • 2 Cor. 99:1-15 God loves a cheerful giver
  • 2 Cor. 1010:1-18 Paul speaks of his spiritual authority
  • 2 Cor. 1111:1-15 Paul warns of false leaders
  • 11:16-33 Paul's suffering as an apostle
  • 2 Cor. 1212:1-10 Paul's thorn in the flesh
  • 12:11-13 Paul demonstrates his apostleship
  • 12:14-18 Paul plans a third visit
  • 12:19-21 Paul seeks repentance from the Corinthians
  • 2 Cor. 1313:1-10 Paul speaks of his coming and warns of sin
  • 13:11-14 Conclusion and benediction





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