2 Corinthians: God's way is the best way by W. Larry Richards

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This part of the letter, therefore, turns out to be very important for us in constructing Paul's various exchanges with the church on the subject of his "painful visit" (2:1) and his "sorrowful" or severe letter (2:4). In the course of his defense, Paul makes an eloquent statement about the faithfulness of God (1: 18-22), intending, of course, to imply that he considers himself faithful too! "This is our boast" (vss. 12-14) Paul's first words as he begins the major portion of his letter are a direct allusion to the defense of his apostolic ministry that follows.

How will they move to the new covenant ministry while refusing to allow Christ to remove the outmoded veil (vss. 14-16)?

In the course of offering his justification for not having made the promised visit, Paul also tells why he wrote to them instead. This part of the letter, therefore, turns out to be very important for us in constructing Paul's various exchanges with the church on the subject of his "painful visit" (2:1) and his "sorrowful" or severe letter (2:4). In the course of his defense, Paul makes an eloquent statement about the faithfulness of God (1: 18-22), intending, of course, to imply that he considers himself faithful too!

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