The major theme of Second Corinthians is Paul’s defense of his ministry, his apostolic credentials, and his spiritual authority. Some of the leaders in the Corinthian church doubted whether Paul was an effective Christian minister. As a result, the believers in Corinth began to doubt Paul’s care for them, they wondered if he was even an apostle, and they questioned whether the message he preached to them was real.
In the letter of Second Corinthians, Paul answers those who knowingly and unknowingly attack and accuse him. In this message, you will discover the 4 proofs of true ministry that were evident in the apostle Paul’s ministry.