The overall aim of this book is to explain 2 Corinthians with reference to the real-life situation addressed by Paul when he wrote, and with the hope that the study may illuminate the abiding importance of the letter. Paul was almost certainly aware that the document would remain in the developing body of writings to be recognized in due time as our “New Testament.”
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“Further, is sufficient’ occurs in the present tense (Greek, arkei), meaning ‘continues to be enough’” (Page 214)
“Said’ is couched in the perfect tense (Greek, eirēken), meaning that the word of Christ has permanent application.” (Page 214)
“God manifests himself to and through his servants when they are most conscious of their inabilities” (Pages 198–199)