We consider what the Apostle Paul wrote in 2 Corinthians 6 about combining out efforts for the sake of God's grace.
Our life in Christ is meant to be one in which we simply make ourselves available to God and allow Him to be known through us.
In 2 Cor 3:6-1, Paul contrasts the covenant of the letter with the covenant of the Spirit. Which one are you following?
Part 3 in a series exploring the biblical book of 2 Corinthians. Paul says was are a pleasing aroma of Christ. What does that mean?
Part 2 in a series exploring the biblical book of 2 Corinthians. God disciplines those He loves. It is important important to confront sin, but to do in in the…
Part 1 in a series exploring the biblical book of 2 Corinthians
Jesus demonstrates a sacrificial love for others and calls us to love as we have been loved by Him.
Living by faith in Jesus involves learning to let go of anything that weighs us down and prevents us from living the fullness of life God wants for us.
Like the good and faithful steward Jesus described in Matt 25:14-30, we are called to faithfully steward the gifts God has given us.
Jesus spoke to a rich young ruler about faith in Luke 18:18-23. He was unable to let go of his material wealth to trust Jesus. What might we be clinging…