[ Jul 11, 2020 ]
The 59th Book of the Bible – JAMES

 [ Jul 10, 2020 ]
The 58th Book of the Bible – HEBREWS

 [ Jul 9, 2020 ]
The 57th Book of the Bible – PHILEMON

 [ Jul 8, 2020 ]
The 56th Book of the Bible – TITUS

 [ Jul 7, 2020 ]
The 55th Book of the Bible – 2 TIMOTHY

 [ Jul 6, 2020 ]
The 54th Book of the Bible – 1 TIMOTHY

 [ Jul 5, 2020 ]
The 53rd Book of the Bible – 2 THESSALONIANS

 [ Jul 4, 2020 ]
The 52nd Book of the Bible – 1 THESSALONIANS

 [ Jul 3, 2020 ]
The 51st Book of the Bible – COLOSSIANS

 [ Jul 2, 2020 ]
The 50th Book of the Bible – PHILIPPIANS

 [ Jul 1, 2020 ]
The 49th Book of the Bible – EPHESIANS

 [ Jun 30, 2020 ]
The 48th Book of the Bible – GALATIANS

 [ Jun 29, 2020 ]
The 47th Book of the Bible – 2 CORINTHIANS

 [ Jun 28, 2020 ]
The 46th Book of the Bible – 1 CORINTHIANS

 [ Jun 27, 2020 ]
The 45th Book of the Bible – ROMANS – Part 2

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The 47th Book of the Bible – 2 CORINTHIANS

June 29, 2020

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Today we continue looking at the over view of the Books of the Bible


2 CORINTHIANS

Since Paul’s first letter, the Corinthian church had been swayed by false teacher who stirred the people against Paul. They claimed he was proud, unimpressive in appearance and speech, dishonest, and unqualified as an apostle of Jesus. Paul sent Titus to Corinth to deal with these difficulties and was pleased by the good report Titus made on his return. Paul wrote this letter to express his thanks and to appeal to the rebellious minority to accept his authority. Throughout the letter he defends his conduct, character and calling as an apostle of Jesus Christ.

Quote for Today

“It is not fair to ask of others what you are not willing to do yourself.”
  • Eleanor Roosevelt

Mother Basilea Schlink’s Attitude for Today

"Maintain peace with others. Exclude no one from your love. Only when you are at one with all men, as far as it lies with you, will you be taken into the unity of the Holy Trinity as a gift of supreme grace."
  • Mother Basilea Schlink

Proverb for Today

“A perverse person stirs up conflict, and a gossip separates close friends.”
  • Proverbs 16:28

Word from Scripture for Today

"May the God of peace, ...that great Shepherd of the sheep, equip you with everything good for doing his will"
  • Hebrews 13:20-21



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