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Author: Bruce Anstey

Binding: Paperback

The Apostle Paul wrote the first epistle to the Corinthians to correct a number of disorders among them. In the main, it produced positive results, although after writing it, he was concerned as to whether or not it would. Nevertheless, there were good results; they mourned over their wrongs and repented and set those things right. Paul’s reasons for writing this second epistle were:

--To explain why he didn’t come to Corinth when he said that he would.

--To exhort the saints at Corinth to show grace and forgive the repentant man who had been excommunicated.

--To expose an element of his detractors, whom he calls “false apostles” and “deceitful workers,” who were doing Satan’s work among the Corinthians in causing them to distrust the Apostle and question his ministry.

 --To encourage the saints at Corinth to be engaged in a ministry of giving. The result of the writing of the epistle is that we have been given a wonderful picture of the characteristics of a true Christian minister, as seen in Paul himself.