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2 Corinthians 10-13

The Strength of Weakness (Part 2)

Don Carson writes:

“We increasingly inhabit a time and place in Western history when humility is perceived to be a sign of weakness; when meekness is taken for a vice, not a virtue;  when puff is more important than substance; when leadership, even in the church,  frequently has more to do with politics, pizzazz, and showmanship, or with structure and hierarchy, than with spiritual maturity and conformity to Jesus Christ;  when the budget is thought to be a more important indicator of ecclesiastical success than prayerfulness and when loose talk of spiritual experience wins an instant  following, even when that talk is mingled with a scarcely concealed haughtiness  that has learned neither humility nor tears. To Christians hungry to understand and repent of these evils, 2 Corinthians 10–13 speaks with rare power and passion.”

Join with us as we dig deep into these final chapters of Paul’s second letter to the Corinthians and see how the apostle highlights the gospel of Jesus’s countercultural strength of weakness.