2 Corinthians 7 Devotional Commentary

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2 Corinthians 7:1

The Lord God Almighty desires His people to separate themselves from fond affinity with the filth of this seductive world system. He charges that all such unnatural bonding of purity with evil, should be discarded with equal revulsion and tenacity, as if fleeing from Satan into the arms of the Lord.

The precious promises for those that heed this call, is that God will be a Father to them and they will be His dearly beloved sons read more...

2 Corinthians 7:3

Paul's first epistle to the Corinthian church concentrated on teaching and correction, whilst his second letter is more pastoral and exposes the deep love Paul has for these people. It shows the concern he has for their spiritual welfare and the establishment of their faith.

Paul's first communication concentrated on correction, while the focus of this second message is on comfort, victory in the Cross, and the sufficient grace read more...

2 Corinthians 7:10

Paul's second letter to the Christians at Corinth, gives us a glimpse of his tender heart towards the believers there. He had addressed some serious disciplinary issues in his first letter, but had later become concerned that his stern correction had been too severe. The carnal behaviour of some and the bitter wrangling of others, had necessitated Paul's strong rebuke, and yet his dear desire for this group of believers was that they grow in grace, mature in the read more...