Click Here to Download the Audio Version At Second Corinthians the fifth chapter, Paul the apostle seems to capsule beginning at verse seventeen the marvelous message of the gospel. It…
Some people have suffered so many bad things that they may find themselves wondering why God has allowed all this hardship to come upon them.
"The liberal soul shall be made fat" (Proverbs 11:25). The one who gives to bless others cannot escape being blessed himself. Paul used a well-known principle from farming to reinforce this point. Sow little = reap little. Sow much = reap much.
God has always called his people to complete obedience. Jesus said in the presence of the Tempter, "Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceeds from the mouth of God" (Matthew 4:4).
At Second Corinthians chapter six, Paul the Apostle calls upon everyone who would be a child of God to refuse any unequal yoke with the unbelievers of the world. When a yoke of the literal sense is used, two animals are harnessed together so that they can accomplish work as a team.