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2 Corinthians Chapter 11


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Ronny's 2 Corinthians Chapter 11 comment on 8/09/2021, 11:32pm...

That reminds me of a verse 1 Timothy ch 4v1

Now the Spirit speaketh expressly , that in the latter times some shall depart from the faith , giving heed to seducing spirits , and doctrines of devils .

They where not grounded well and the devil took opportunity to deceive them .

If anyone thinks the devil is not a master of deception, beware many will be deceived and all those not written in the lambs book of life will be deceived by his unlimited magic . Look what the Antichrist is going to do in his appointed time . And it's been going on since Adam and Eve . The blood of Christ cleanses is from all sin and evil . And they over came the anti christ by the blood of the lamb . The blood of Christ is the only sure victory if you can lay hold of it . And it will keep the devil away . Jesus said I Am the door , and it's his blood shed for you that is the open door . Leave your sin and embrace the truth and love of God for you .

John 3.16 take it as a life and death message and get the victory people . The blood of Christ brings us to God cleansed from our sins and gives us true spiritual light to see what we could not see before .

The power of God is in the cross .


Chris's 2 Corinthians Chapter 11 comment on 8/09/2021, 9:03pm...

I believe you are correct, Art, if we are transliterate 'jealous' into a contemporary understanding. 'Zealous' would seem more appropriate depicting Paul's earnestness & zeal to protect his readers from the beguiling of Satan. Yet, if we consider the Greek understanding of that word, it seems to imply not only a fervent zeal but also a fervent love, or a 'boiling over of love & attachment'. So the strength of Paul's affection for & attention to the Corinthians seems to be understood by the use of such a word, that sadly might seem a little inappropriate to us today.


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