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"I love the house where you live, O LORD, the place where your glory dwells."

-Psalm 26:8

This is why we gather.

Thomas Westra, Pastor

Second Corinthians

Paul’s Second Letter to the Corinthians tells us more about the Apostle Paul than any of his other letters. It is full of personal comments as Paul lays bare his heart and life. He reveals details about the persecutions he had suffered as well as his struggle with his own “thorn in the flesh.”

The congregation at Corinth had been struggling with gross immorality, and with divisions and quarrels. By the time Paul wrote Second Corinthians, many had repented. Now they were striving to come back together as a church family. Paul has much to teach us in this letter about living in unity, letting go of our frustration and anger, and humbly forgiving one another. He reminds us that even as Christians, we hurt one another, but Christ has empowered us to forgive one another and be reconciled to one another. He lays out in the clearest of terms how Jesus reconciled us to God.

Please join us this fall, as we read and discuss Second Corinthians. We meet Sunday mornings at 9:55 am in the Multi-purpose Room. Our careful and prayerful study will result in a bountiful harvest of growth in grace and knowledge.


Studies & Devotions for the Whole Family

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Sunday Mornings at 9:55