2 Corinthians 7

2 Corinthians 7 … 2 Corinthians 7 gives an interlude of historical interest and perspective. Titus had been sent to strengthen the church in Corinth, and for a time, Paul was concerned about Titus’s welfare. But when Titus appeared with news of the Corinthian church, the reunion with Paul was genuinely comforting. There’s reference to another letter of Paul to the Corinthians here and that letter is lost, probably forever, but we can tell that it was a letter of admonition. One of the great verses here to take away from this interlude is in 2 Corinthians 7:10-11 … Godly sorrow brings repentance that leads to salvation … [while] worldly sorrow brings death. Godly sorrow (v.11) has a cleansing effect, which produces motivation, mental attitude and zeal (wonderful word that is … zeal) to do good things for God.

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