Then, the love of Christ can urge us forward (II Corinthians
Paul said, 'For no matter how many promises God has made, they are 'Yes' in Christ.', II Corinthians
We are invited to move from 'worldly grief' to a grief that leads to repentance and transformation (II Corinthians
.sorrowful, yet always rejoicing.' II Corinthians
In a letter on this topic to a group of early Christians, the Apostle Paul wrote (II Corinthians
4:8-9): "We are hard-pressed on every side, but we are never hemmed in; we are bewildered, but we are never at our wit's end; we are hunted, but we are never abandoned to our fate; we are struck down, but we are not left to die."
In II Corinthians
5:17, we read that '...if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; the old has gone, the new has come.'
This film is a good example of what the Apostle Paul meant when he wrote, "From now on, therefore, we regard no one from a human point of view ..." (II Corinthians
They immediately experienced that 'true Christianity' meant that, as St Paul said: 'If anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; the old has gone, the new has come.' (II Corinthians
"In Christ God was reconciling the world to himself" (II Corinthians
We can't explain; we can only sing with the Apostle Paul: "Thanks be to God for his indescribable gift!" (II Corinthians
The second epistle to the Corinthians indicates the ambiguity of a Christian journey and of life in a community (II Corinthians
He had more than his fair share of suffering, but could say, "...in all our troubles my joy k nows no bounds.", II Corinthians
The heart of the gospel is, in the words of II Corinthians
5:19, "In Christ God was reconciling the world to himself."