2 Corinthians (127)
The church in Corinth was yoked to the society around it. How can believers break off the yoke of the world?
The Corinthian Christians were in danger of being steered and controlled by unbelievers. But what have believers and unbelievers in common?
Paul told the Corinthian believers that they must not be yoked together with unbelievers? What did he mean? And how do we apply his words today?
Paul was spiritual father to many of the Corinthian believers. Yet the relationship between him and them was cold. What had marred the relationship and how could it be put right?
Paul had none of the things that the world thinks are important. And yet he had everything that really mattered.