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Lessons 1-2


Theme: Paul's Authority

In Paul's second epistle to the Corinthian church, his heart is expressed in the defense of his Apostleship. Rumors and lies had been spread through the church that Paul was not an Apostle and had no authority as such. Paul defends his Apostleship by giving an account of his service to God shown by his sufferings and all the persecutions he endured.

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ASSIGNMENT:
                      2 Corinthians ch. 1-6

LESSON 1

 1.  A benefit of God comforting us is that   1. we are able to comfort others  2. we feel
      better  3. were closer to God

 2.  We should not be ignorant of ________________devices.

 3.  To whom is the gospel hidden?_________________________________________

 4.  What has the god of this world done to the minds of them that believe not?________
       ________________________________________________________________

 5.  What ways can you think of, that the god of this world  ( satan ) has blinded people to
      the truth of Jesus?__________________________________________________
       ________________________________________________________________

 6.  What does are momentary light affliction work for us?________________________

 7.  While we are at home in the body we are absent from________________________

 8.  We walk by faith and not by___________________________________________

 9.  We must all appear before the __________________________of Christ, that
      everyone may receive the things done in his body, according to that he hath done  
      whether it be good or bad.  

10.  The above verse should be an encouragement to____________________________
       ________________________________________________________________

11.  When are old things passed away and all things are become new?  1. when we get to
      heaven   2.  when we become new creatures ( get saved )  

12.  God was in Christ doing what concerning the world__________________________
       ________________________________________________________________

13.  In what ways had Paul and others approved themselves as ministers of God________
       ________________________________________________________________
       ________________________________________________________________

14.  We are not to be unequally yoked with___________________________________

15.  Think of some ways that a Christian could be unequally yoked._________________
       ________________________________________________________________
       ________________________________________________________________

16.  We are commanded to come out and be separate and not touch the unclean thing,        
      name some things we should separate ourselves from.________________________
       ________________________________________________________________

Memory Scripture:

2 Corinthians 5:17   Therefore, if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature; old things
  are passed away; behold, all things are become new.

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ASSIGNMENT:
                      2 Corinthians ch.7-13

LESSON 2

 1.  We should cleanse ourselves from what?__________________________________
       ________________________________________________________________

 2.  In your opinion what would be some things that Christians should cleanse themselves
      from_____________________________________________________________
       ________________________________________________________________

 3.  Jesus became ________that we might be made rich.

 4.  He that soweth sparingly shall reap_________he that soweth bountifully shall reap_
       ________________________________________________________________

 5.  God loves a cheerful  1. prayer  2. giver  3. helper

 6.  What does God do to the seed we sow?__________________________________

 7.  In your opinion what does Ch.8:1-9:15 speak of?___________________________
       ________________________________________________________________
       ________________________________________________________________

 8.  What are we to do with Imaginations?___________________________________

 9.  What are we to do with every thought?___________________________________

10.  Pauls letters were weighty and powerful, so was his body.  True  or  False  

11.  The church is espoused to Christ as a____________________________________

12.  What does satan transform himself into___________________________________

13.  Name some things that Apostle Paul suffered; for the cause of Christ. ch.11:24-33
       ________________________________________________________________
       ________________________________________________________________
       ________________________________________________________________

14.  Because of the revelations that Paul received from God, what else did God allow, so  
      that Paul would not be exhalted above measure.____________________________

15.  After Paul prayed three times, God took away the problem.  True  or  False

16.  Why did Paul glory in his infirmities?_____________________________________
       ________________________________________________________________

Memory Scripture:

2 Corinthians 10:4-5   For the weapons of our warfare are not carnal, but mighty through  
  God to the pulling down of strongholds,
  Vs.5   Casting down every imaginations, and every high thing that exalteth itself against
  the knowledge of God, and bringing into captivity every thought to the obedience of
  Christ.

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