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Sermons on 2 Corinthians

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Jesus the Yes  Click here Click title to view sermon 2 Corinthians 1: 15–22
Summary:  God promises those who trust him forgiveness, peace, healing, blessing and fellowship with God himself. And Jesus is the confirmation of those promises.
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Accepting God's “Yes”  Click here Click title to view sermon 2 Corinthians 1: 18–22
Summary: Jesus upset the religious leaders of his day by granting forgiveness of sins to a paralyzed man. But Jesus has that power. For us, accepting God’s forgiveness through Jesus means that our mistakes and wrongdoing will never be held against us or interfere in our relationship with Jesus. Forgiveness comes first, then healing.
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Blinded to the Light  Click here Click title to view sermon 2 Corinthians 4: 3–6
Summary:  Our calling, as those who go out into the world in the name of Jesus Christ, is to become “slaves” to all — but not just slaves at everyone’s beck and call. Rather it is to be slaves who will do whatever it takes to present the love of God in Jesus Christ to all who will receive it. In doing this, we will meet with opposition from those for whom this gospel has been veiled. Our call is to reach out to those who oppose it as well.
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Pay It Forward  Click here Click title to view sermon 2 Corinthians 8: 7–15
Summary: Giving, at its heart, is more a spiritual matter than a budget matter. It is never a quid pro quo. It is neither a payment for blessings received nor a bribe for blessings hoped for. But it does have to do with gratitude for the faith handed down, for salvation given, for Gospel joy, for confidence that God’s way is best. It can’t be paid back, and isn’t expected to be, but it can and should be paid forward.
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Strength out of Weakness  Click here Click title to view sermon 2 Corinthians 12: 7–10
Summary: Few Christians have suffered the troubles and suffering that St. Paul had to endure. But he discovered that God’s grace would sustain him. He found great strength through a deep and sincere prayer life. He was in such union with Christ that even in his times of great woe, he found strength. What was true for Paul can be true for us as well
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Who Is Our God?  Click here Click title to view sermon 2 Corinthians 13: 11–13
Summary: St. Paul’s final words in his second letter to the Corinthian church summarize what Christianity teaches about God as Trinity. We proclaim one God who is revealed as Creator, Savior and Comforter.
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Three Great Words  Click here Click title to view sermon 2 Corinthians 13: 11–13
Summary: Three words in a famous biblical blessing — grace, love and communion — capture the good news of the Gospel.
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The Pucker–Up Parish  Click here Click title to view sermon 2 Corinthians 13: 11–13
Summary: If a church regularly exercises enough hospitality to make newcomers and regular attendees welcome, it is a church. If it doesn’t, it is not.
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Famous Last Words  Click here Click title to view sermon 2 Corinthians 13: 11–13
Summary:  Paul’s last words in his second letter to the Corinthians call for seeming impossibilities: Aim for perfection, be of one mind, live at peace. But then he mentions the Trinity and such things don’t seem so impossible after all.
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