Paul encourages the Corinthians to live up to the Macedonian example as he sends Titus to finish the collection that the Corinthians had started in 1 Corinthians 16:1-4.

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Paul is comforted when he receives news from Titus that the Corinthians have responded with repentance to his “tearful letter.”

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The alliances of the Corinthian Church were tarnishing the testimony of the Church and its members and muted the ministry of reconciliation entrusted to them.

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Paul is giving the Corinthians the Big Picture: God is doing a wonderful, mighty work in reconciling the World to Himself and we are called to join Him.

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Human dignity is derived from God. It is God who assigned value to Man.

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Paul is giving the Corinthians the Big Picture – God is doing a wonderful, might work in reconciling the World to Himself and we are called to join Him.

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Death is man’s most feared enemy and is the most effective weapon against boldly serving God as Paul does. In today’s passage Paul continues to share his motivation in serving God in the face of death, as well as, gi

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Christmas is a time that people look for hope. So much energy is exerted to portray hope, happiness, peace, and tranquility in movies, commercials, greeting cards, and other media. Unfortunately, the purpose of Christmas

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In the midst of searching for the “perfect” Christmas gift it is important that only one Gift was truly needed.

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Now, that the Corinthians understand the source of Paul’s boldness and confidence, he now moves to the question of how do we harmonize the never-ending threat of death facing Paul with the ministry of the Spirit?

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