The Apostle Paul in the Epistle of Second Corinthians
The Apostle Paul in the Epistle of Second Corinthians
1 Corinthians 16:8-9; 2 Corinthians 1:3-11; Philippians 3:5,6, 12; 2 Corinthians 2:1-9
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Wednesday Evening Service,  May 15, 2013

The Apostle Paul wrote the Epistle of Philippians from prison about AD 61-63. He never rebelled at God and saw his circumstances as part of God’s providence in his life. In order to better understand this man of God, most of our time in this session will be spent in the Epistle of II Corinthians, The Book of a Pastor’s Heart. Paul’s personality and life’s purposes are clearly revealed in the midst of a number of problems he faced in taking the Gospel to a number of different towns and cities. He was regularly attacked by a number of different groups his own countrymen, the Roman government, pagan religious leaders and fellow believers.

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