2 Corinthians

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Two Covenants: the Passing and the Permanent (3:7-11)

The old covenant was glorious – but its glory could not last. The glory of the new covenant is forever.

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Moses and Paul (3:7-11)

Moses, the servant of the old covenant, shone with divine glory. But Paul, the despised servant of the new covenant, shone with a brighter glory. Moses’s service was the ministry of death. Paul’s service was the ministry of the Spirit.

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Not the letter, but the Spirit (3:6)

Paul was very ready to agree that he was nothing special in himself. But he knew that he had a higher role than Moses, the greatest man of Old Testament times. He had been called to the service of the new covenant.

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Covenant Confidence (3:1-3)

Paul was more than ready to confess his own weaknesses. Yet his confidence remained intact. Why? Because he had experienced the power of the new covenant.

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Christ’s letter of recommendation (3:1-3)

Christ himself gave Paul a letter of recommendation. What did he write? He wrote “CORINTH” and he wrote it on Paul’s heart.

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