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How Great is their Darkness

In 2 Cor 4:3–6, Paul asserts the deadly work of Satan on unbelievers blinding them to the glory and life-giving light of Christ in his gospel which believers know and which shapes his ministry.

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Destroying Strongholds

The word of God has the power to destroy strongholds of the world through the gospel. It will accomplish the ends for which God has set it forth.

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Letter & Spirit

Dr. Michael Horton exposits 2 Cor. 3, in particular to those seeking to go into pastoral ministry. He shows from this text that pastors are a "letter of recommendation" from Jesus as ministers of the New Covenant. 

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Going Black and White

Paul exhorts the Corinthian believers to live according to their New Covenant status by portraying the world in absolute contrasts.

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Benediction

At the end of 2 Corinthians Paul proclaims a fitting benediction upon his readers.

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Ministry of Death

How can Paul characterize the letter (the law) being a ministration of death, but the Spirit giving life when he speaks elsewhere of the law in such a positive manner?

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Gospel Boasting

We were reminded by Paul that all our sufferings – insults, slanders, hardship, persecutions and difficulties – if suffered for Christ’s sake become the perfect opportunity (as weakness) for the manifestation of Christ’s glory.  And for that reason, "his grace is sufficient for you".

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May God’s Grace Abound

Paul calls us to repentance and to demonstrate gratitude for the reconciliation that we have in Jesus Christ.

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