Sermon ❯

Pastor Ron Sunday Service March 17

Primary Text: 2 Corinthians 10:1-6

Supporting Text: 1 John 2:15-17; 1 John 1:8; Galatians 5:17; Proverbs 16:25

There was no place in which the apostle Paul met with more opposition from false apostles than at Corinth; he had many enemies there.

Therefore, he vindicates himself from their imputation, and arms the Corinthians against their insinuations. In this chapter the apostle, in a mild and humble manner, asserts the power of his preaching, and to punish offenders (2Co 10:1-6).

The work of the ministry is a warfare, not after the flesh indeed, for it is a spiritual warfare, with spiritual enemies and for spiritual purposes. And though ministers walk in the flesh, or live in the body, and in the common affairs of life act as other men, yet in their work and warfare they must not go by the maxims of the flesh, nor should they design to please the flesh: this must be crucified with its affections and lusts; it must be mortified and kept under.

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