Today’s Reading | 2 Corinthians 4 Light and Momentary What two adjectives did Paul use to describe his troubles in verse seventeen? Circle them in your Bible. Are they the same two words you would use to describe the troubles you are facing right now or have faced in the past? Paul used them
Today’s Reading | 2 Corinthians 3 A Process What does the verb “being” communicate to you? Does it communicate to you a process, or a moment in time? Why even ask the question? Because Paul uses this verb to illustrate something very important to us in today’s reading. It is a crucial factor
Today’s Reading | 2 Corinthians 2 Response to Repentance To understand this chapter, you need to remember the instructions Paul gave to the Corinthians concerning the man who was living in sin in 1 Corinthians 5. You may want to go back and read that passage again. Understanding the context will
Today’s Reading | 2 Corinthians 1 Why Bad Things? Why do bad things happen to God’s people? If you have ever asked that question, you will find some of the answers in today’s reading. In this section of Scripture, Paul gives us two reasons why bad things happen to God’s people. The first
Today’s Reading | 1 Corinthians 16 Expectation for Giving What standard does God have for giving to the church? When does He expect you to give? How can you know if God is pleased with what you are putting in the offering plate? These questions are not only important today, they were issues in
Today’s Reading | 1 Corinthians 15 Impact of Resurrection In today’s reading, we find one of the greatest chapters in the Bible on the Resurrection of Christ. There is so much contained in these verses that we could write many different insights or thoughts. The most important application,
Today’s Reading | 1 Corinthians 14 Missing Love What would happen if the members of a local church body used their gifts but were not motivated by love? In this chapter we see the consequences in a church when that very thing happens. You may even see your own church fitting this description.
Today’s Reading | 1 Corinthians 13 Greatest is Love Why would Paul follow up a discussion on spiritual gifts with a section on love? One might assume that he would follow the last chapter with a discussion on how to use different spiritual gifts or maybe a discussion on how to determine what