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Charles Box's Commentaries on Selected Books of the Bible

2 Corinthians Overview

 

 


The Source Of Our Comfort

- Second Corinthians One -

Second Corinthians chapter one gives us a look at how God had helped Paul through some very difficult struggles. This chapter provides a contrast between our troubles and God"s goodness. Prayerful thanksgiving is needed in our heart as we appreciate the working of God in the various situations in our life. Our only reason for boasting is what God has done for us. Timothy joined in sending this letter to Corinth and Achaia.

Paul told the brethren that their prayers were instrumental in delivering him in Asia. This is likely a reference to the events in connection with the goddess Diana found in Acts 19:23-41. Paul wanted the brethren to understand the integrity with which he and his fellow laborers had approached the work of God. Paul had changed his plans about a visit and evidently some there were questioning his sincerity. He explained carefully why these changes of plans were necessary. He said his change of plans was an effort to spare them. He did not desire any dominion over them. His desire was to share joy and not sorrow with them.

 


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Bibliography Information
Box, Charles. "Commentary on 2 Corinthians:4 Overview". "Charles Box's Commentaries on Selected books of the Bible". http://odl.studylight.org/commentaries/box/2-corinthians-0.html. 2014.

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