Paul’s second letter to the Corinthian believers is a very personal and passionate expression of his heart to that troubled church. In the process Paul relates the true nature of God’s ministry; never selfish, but ever difficult. Yet it is the very trouble of ministry that reveals the treasure within the frail earthen vessel of our lives. Though we are hurt for the cause of the Christ, yet never are we so useful as then in revealing the treasure of Christ and His gospel within us.
This Reading Companion was developed in a Bible college context, yet it presents practical truths that have proven helpful over the years to scores of sincere seekers of truth. The material has been left in the original class by class segments in order to facilitate further use in a classroom, Bible study, or Sunday school setting.
May the Lord of glory guide your heart as you explore the wonders of His Word. Priceless are the treasures to be found there. May He build your faith as you see His plan for the ages unfolding, just as He has long before spoken.
“Get wisdom, get understanding: forget it not; neither decline from the words of My mouth” (Proverbs 4:5)