2 Corinthians

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Paul and his Critics (12:15-19)

Paul’s critics talked as if they could read his mind and judge his motives. Paul had no desire to defend himself, but he knew he must stand up for the truth.

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Suspicion and Slander (12:15-18)

Christians in Corinth were suspicious of Paul and his motives. They had no evidence for their allegations but that made no difference to them. They were willing to destroy Paul’s reputation anyway.

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Paul’s unrequited love (12:13-18)

Paul genuinely loved his Corinthian ‘children’. But the more he loved them, the less they seemed to love him. Puzzling but true.

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Paul asks why (12:11-18)

The Corinthian believers had every reason to love, trust and listen to Paul. So why were they so reluctant to do so?

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For Christ’s sake (12:10)

Paul could rejoice in his weaknesses – for Christ’s sake. Why did Paul love Christ so dearly?

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