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Paul turns for a few verses to directly challenge the false apostles in Corinth and prepares to give the Corinthians his bona fides as a true apostle of the Lord Jesus Christ. An exposition of 2 Corinthians 11:14-20.You can download the notes for this lesson here: PPT |PDFBy Cornel Rasor
 
Paul challenges the Corinthians to be ready to stand with him as he wars against false reasoning and speculations in the Corinthian church with Scripture and the truth of God's Word. An exposition of 2 Corinthians 10:5-8.You can download the notes for this lesson here: PPT |PDFBy Cornel Rasor
 
Paul finishes his challenge to the Corinthians to take up the abandoned "bountiful gift" and he details how it will be delivered safely and honorably to the saints in Jerusalem. An exposition of 2 Corinthians 8:18-9:5.You can download the notes for this lesson here: PPT |PDFBy Cornel Rasor
 
Paul continues to encourage the Corinthians in their correct and wonderful response to the "severe letter". Titus himself as the envoy was refreshed and comforted by the response and the fact that Paul had actually bragged (properly) to Titus that the Corinthians would repent was vindicated by Titus's report. An exposition of 2 Corinthians 7:10-14.…
 
Paul comes back to his meeting in Macedonia with Titus, a subject he diverged from in chapter 2. He is comforted by the excellent response the Corinthians had to the "Severe Letter". They had repented to salvation, and he lets them know about his joy over their obedience. An exposition of 2 Corinthians 7:1-9.You can download the notes for this less…
 
Paul finishes his encouragement to the Corinthians to be separate from worldly ways and come out of the evil culture they lived in. Knowing they would have to exist in Rome, he reminds them to be separate in their affections. Living in the world but not being of it and thus receiving the blessings that attend salvation. An exposition of 2 Corinthia…
 
Paul encourages the Corinthians to understand they are ambassadors for God and as such they bring the Gospel to the world by their lives but more importantly by the Word of God. An exposition of 2 Corinthians 5:19-21.You can download the notes for this lesson here: PPT |PDFBy Cornel Rasor
 
Paul exhorts the Corinthians to live for Christ and to believe the word he is bringing them. He carefully encourages the Corinthians to recognize his open and honest presentation of both his past and of the gospel, warning against those who seek approval based upon their outward appearance and not their heart.You can download the notes for this les…
 
God has chosen those whom He would for salvation and He has divinely predestined them to do good works. Men will receive rewards for those good works but not for works they should have done but did not. Men will also be held accountable although not for punishment sake as the punishment for sin was taken by Christ at the cross.Though God has predes…
 
Paul continues his observation started in 2 Corinthians 4:16 that the temporal body is temporary but the resurrection body is eternal. He longs for the time when the temporary body will be done away with and he will receive his glorified body. His confidence is based upon the fact that the Holy Spirit Himself is the guarantee of this coming to pass…
 
Paul has sacrificed much to bring the gospel to many including the Corinthians but he counts all of the pain and difficulties as minor when placed against the backdrop of an eternity with Christ. An exposition of 2 Corinthians 4:12-18.You can download the notes for this lesson here: PPT |PDFBy Cornel Rasor
 
God delights in using imperfect messengers to communicate the beauty of the Gospel. Paul spent his adult life spreading the Gospel. He was afflicted, persecuted, and pursued but never abandoned or despairing. The power of God shined through his life and he was gladly spent in service to the Corinthians and the church of Jesus Christ. An exposition …
 
In this section, Paul reminds the Corinthians that he had a shameful past but he has renounced it. His handling of the word of God has been pure and straightforward for their benefit. He allows that if the gospel is veiled, it is so because of the blinded and wicked minds of unbelievers.Their minds are blinded out of pride and wickedness and are fu…
 
The self-imposed veil that obscures our view of the Lord Jesus Christ is removed from the elect at salvation. It remains with unbelievers. Once removed, ministers of Christ who are the Church, are sanctified day by day, step by step to become the letter of commendation that Paul references in chapter 3:1.The true liberty that the Holy Spirit gives,…
 
Paul here reminds the Corinthians that the glory of the Old Testament pales in comparison to the glory of the New Testament and the work of the Lord Jesus Christ consummating everything the Old Testament pointed to and anticipated. His speeches bold and to the point, because he has the truth-the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ. The Jews of that tim…
 
Paul reminds the Corinthians that the Old Testament Ministry of death is no place to put their confidence. He and they need to have confidence in Christ who has saved them, equipped them and blessed them. An exposition of 2 Corinthians 3:3-9.You can download the notes for this lesson here: PPT |PDFBy Cornel Rasor
 
Paul moves from his description of near discouragement to joy in Christ because of His finished work. He then again defends his sincere promulgation of the gospel and reminds the Corinthians that they are his letters of commendation. An exposition of 2 Corinthians 2:12-3:2.You can download the notes for this lesson here: PPT |PDF…
 
Further problems in Corinth result in an incredible epistle straight from the heart of the Apostle to the Gentiles. Paul sets forth his most personal letter to show his love for a struggling church. An introduction to 2 Corinthians.You can download the notes for this lesson here: PPT | PDFBy Cornel Rasor
 
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