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Bible in a Year 26 NT I Cor 12 to II Cor 10

Bible in a Year 26 NT I Cor 12 to II Cor 10

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 The Bible in a Year
Old Testament
I Corinthians 12 toIICorinthians 10
Read this coming week:
May 9
1 Sam 1‐2, Ps 118, 1 Cor 12‐13
May 10
1 Sam 3‐5, Ps 119:1‐8, 1Cor 14
May 11
1 Sam 6‐8, Ps 119:9‐16, 1 Cor 15‐16
May 12
1 Sam 9‐10,Ps 119:17‐24, 2 Cor 1‐2
May 13
1 Sam 11‐13, Ps 119:25‐32, 2 Cor 3‐4
May 14
1 Sam 14, Ps 119:33‐40, 2 Cor 5‐6
May 15
1 Sam 15‐16, Ps119:41‐48, 2 Cor 7‐8
May 16
1 Sam 17, Ps 119:49‐56, 2 Cor 9‐10
Reading Questions
For next week you’re reading I Cor 12 to II Cor 10.Answer the following:
Make a list of the spiritual gifts Paul mentions. Isit necessary to have one of these gifts? Why orwhy not?
What is Paul’s “orderly worship” format in I Cor14?
How many people does Paul say saw Jesus afterthe resurrection?
How many times is the word “comfort” used in IICor 1?
What shocking “ministry” does Paul call the TenCommandments “carved in letters of stone”?
 
What is the “ministry of reconciliation” and who isto do it?
Are the Macedonians rich or poor? Why is thatimportant to tell rich Corinth?
What does I Corinthians 10:10 say about Paul’sphysical appearance?
Corinth, the Sequel
In Paul’s first letter to Corinth, he addresses severalproblems of the “behavior modification” sort. Headdresses issues like problems with celebrating theLord’s supper, divisions among the church, peoplegetting out of line with authority, and other such issues.In the 2
nd
letter to Corinth, Paul seeks to put salve onsome of those wounds, but also seems to be addressinga growing uneasiness with the fact that Jesus has notcome yet. It appears that the Corinthians are nowgetting somewhat impatient with the coming of the Lordand are looking to other false prophets who will satisfytheir needs to see it their way. Yet even throughout all of Corinth’s unfaithfulness, Paulseems to love them with his whole heart, which wasmodeled to Paul in the way that Jesus loved him with Hiswhole heart even when Paul was unfaithful.

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