2 Corinthians 13:1-14
I. A Final Warning to the Corinthians – 1-4
II. A Final Charge to the Corinthians – 5-10
III. A Final Encouragement to the Corinthians – 11-14
2 Corinthians 13:1-14
2 Corinthians 11:16–33
I. What Is Paul Trying to Accomplish Here?
II. What Should Be Our Response to It?
2 Corinthians 11:1–15
I. What Is Going On Here?
II. What Does Paul Intend to Do About It?
III. What Difference Does This Make to Us?
2 Corinthians 8:16–9:15
I. Ensuring Financial Accountability – 8:16-24
II. Establishing a Clear Process – 9:1-5
III. Encouraging Generous Participation – 9:6-15
2 Corinthians 7:2–16
I. What is going on in this passage?
II. What is so comforting to Paul here?
III. What difference does this make to us?
2 Corinthians 5:11–21
I. The Glorious Calling in Paul’s Life
II. The Glorious Gospel Paul was Called to Preach
III. The Glorious Exchange Still Available for Us
2 Corinthians 4:7–18
I. The Multifaceted Weakness of the Messenger
II. The Surpassing Power and Glory of God
III. The Outcome of This Union in Time and Eternity
2 Corinthians 4:1–6
I. Paul’s Perspective on His Ministry – 1-3
II. The Basis for Paul’s Perspective – 4-6
III. What Difference This Makes to Us
2 Corinthians 3:1–18
I. Encountering God’s Glory Apart from Christ
II. Experiencing God’s Glory in Christ
III. Enjoying God’s Glory in This New Covenant Community
2 Corinthians 1:23–2:11
I. Modeling a Ministry of Comfort – 1:23-2:4
II. Requesting a Ministry of Comfort – 2:5-11
III. Reflecting On a Ministry of Comfort
I. Where Does David's Idea Come From in Psalm 8?
II. What Does Psalm 8 Mean for Us Today?
I. God Has Made Himself Known
II. God Has Promised that He Will Be Known
III. There Is No Joy Like Knowing God, and Being Known
IV. We Come to Know God Personally in Jesus Christ
I. Appreciating the Angles of Approach to This Question
II. Addressing the Actual Aim of This Question
III. Adjusting to the Affirmative Answer to This Question
I. Who Is To Say that Christianity Is the Only Way to God?
II. What About Those Who Have Never Heard of Jesus?
I. Onesimus and His Role in This Scene
II. Philemon and His Role in This Scene
III. Paul and His Role in This Scene
I. Multiply the Mystery
II. Communicate Effectively
III. Act with Urgency and Thankfulness
I. What We Are Supposed to Do – 1-2
II. Why We Are Supposed to Do It – 3
III. When It Is Supposed to Pay Off – 4
I. The Central Charge to Walk in Christ – 6-7
II. The Sobering Warning to Avoid Captivity – 8
III. The Reasons Why Christ Is Superior – 9-15
I. The Challenging Work of a Messenger – 1:24-29
II. The Messenger Loving His Work – 2:1-5
III. Cultivating a Love of This Work
I. Who Are We Without Christ? – 21
II. Who Are We In Christ? – 22
III. How Do We Handle the “If?” – 23