Paul’s Second Letter to the Corinthians

To understand 2 Corinthians it's important to have the background of 1 Corinthians in mind. In the first letter, Paul has had to deal with all kinds of difficulties amongst the Corinthians believers, and he has had to strongly defend his own reputation and apostolic authority in the face of his detractors and opponents. Now many of those issues have been resolved, and Paul writes movingly of fellowship and harmony restored. In fact both they and Paul have been strengthened by the difficult experience they have been through together. It is through difficulties endured that believers are made strong and God is glorified.

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