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2 Corinthians 4:3

2 Corinthians 4:3

Paul had a glorious ministry, that flung wide the door of salvation to men. He opened-up the Word of God and taught the glorious gospel of grace to Jew and Gentile alike. This apostle of God revealed many of the biblical truths and treasures, which we have received, as a free gift of grace, by trusting in Christ Jesus as Saviour.

Paul had been a strict Jew, and had followed the traditions of men. But since being commissioned by read more...

2 Corinthians 4:4

2 Corinthians 4:4

In context Paul is talking about the glories of the new covenant of God. He is rejoicing in the wonderful promises that are founded on the blood of Christ – the gospel that removes all who believe on the Lord Jesus Christ from the condemnation of the Law… for the free gift of God is eternal life to all who believe on Christ. Because of the glories of wonderful gospel of Christ, where the life and light of salvation flows to all who believe – Paul rejoices to read more...

2 Corinthians 4:6

2 Corinthians 4:6

The first Word of God at the dawning of creation was Let There Be Light. And that same Word of God at the advent of each born-again creation-in-Christ cries, Let There Be Light. The mind of unregenerate man is only darkness continuously, for the god of this world has blinded their eyes to the light of the glorious gospel of Christ. But the Author of life and Fountain of all grace has flooded our hearts with the True Light of the world - the read more...

2 Corinthians 4:7

2 Corinthians 4:7

Our mortal bodies are made from the dust of the earth and for the duration of our earthly life we live in frail, feeble, perishing bodies, which are decaying and dying. Seemingly they are of little worth to the great, powerful, omnipotent, eternal Creator, Who is to be praised forever and ever, amen. And yet God has taken those apparently useless, insignificant human forms and poured into them a revelation of the glorious gospel of His only begotten Son.

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2 Corinthians 4:8

2 Corinthians 4:8

What radiant delight filled the heart of the apostle Paul as he joyfully proclaimed the good tidings of the gospel of Christ Jesus.

Paul knew that the enemy of our soul uses every trick and deceit to veil the truth from those that are dead in their trespasses and sins but he also knew that the illuminating power of the indwelling Holy Spirit within our frail humanity, is a divine light that shines forth the wonderful works of read more...

2 Corinthians 4:9

2 Corinthians 4:9

There was much persecution of the early church, and a good deal of Paul's teaching was about the persecution of the saints.. and how we should address issues of ill-treatment, torment and torture.

Paul's main objective was to teach the good news of the glorious gospel of grace, to the people of God.. and to instruct them on Godly living - as well as to warn of the dangers and difficulties that are likely to arise, in the lives of read more...

2 Corinthians 4:16

2 Corinthians 4:16

Paul's church epistles were written to different groups of Christians, dealing with matters that were important to their need at the time, and yet they address issues that remain relevant today. Paul's letters were written as an integrated whole, yet progress from one train of thought to the next. Paul's writings were written to correct any error, preach a clear gospel message, provide encouragement and address issues of concern.

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2 Corinthians 4:17

2 Corinthians 4:17

None of us want to invite pain and suffering into our lives and Paul is an example of a man who went through much suffering in this world for being a Christian. At times he despaired even of life, and yet despite his terrible persecution and many imprisonments, Paul willingly endured his suffering with godly grace, patient endurance and an unspeakable joy. Indeed he considered the sufferings he endured as a light affliction, which would one day produce read more...