2 Corinthians (127)
Paul was criticised bitterly for his refusal to accept support from the Corinthian believers. But he had a God-given answer for every accusation.
Paul's opponents sneered at him because he preached the gospel free of charge. But the gospel itself is about the salvation which God freely gives. How could Paul charge people to hear it?
Paul made no show of worldly wisdom. But he had the knowledge that really matters.
Could Christians ever get bored with Jesus? Or with the Spirit? Or with the gospel? The Corinthian believers were. That's why they were looking for something novel.
The false apostles encouraged Christians to "receive the Spirit". But were they talking about the Holy Spirit?