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Soaring above life's conflicts: A study of II Corinthians (Accent on…

by Wes Willis

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II Corinthians

12 inductive studies on how to soar above the conflicts of life.

We are not alone as we face the chaos of life. Each of us needs help from others. Each believer has a God-given responsibility to use their resources to help others. Paul asks you: How well are you succeeding?

When Paul wrote his second letter to the Corinthians, he warned them about discipline for their sin. He taught them that only god's leading was important. He fought their misunderstanding of his ministry so they would understand his words were from god. He reminded them to encourage others.

This journey into the personal lives of the Corinthian church members challenges every Christian to review their lives, their attitudes, their focus on God and others.

The studies in this book are based on the King James Version of the Bible.

Wes and Elaine Willis have written together and led Sunday School classes and small group Bible studies for many years. Dr. Willis is Vice-President of Academic Affairs at Philadelphia College of Bible. Together, they create a husband/wife writing team whose insights both men and women, married and single, will find challenging and enjoyable.

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