This is a verse by verse study of Paul's second epistle to the Corinthians.

The letter was written to restore and strengthen Paul’s relationship with the church in Corinth. Paul started the church in Corinth. After that, the Corinthian church allowed gross sin to exist within the church. In Paul’s first letter to the Corinthians, he severely rebuked them for allowing such things to exist in the church. Upon receiving his rebuke, some of them questioned Paul’s authority whereas others accepted Paul’s authority. As a result, there was considerable friction in the church, and between the church and Paul. Paul now writes his second letter to them to explain himself and his actions, and to repair and restore his relationship with that church.

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