The first letter the Apostle Paul wrote to the Corinthians confronted issues such as living a godly life in a corrupt culture, being unified as one body, maintaining the priority of purity, understanding the role of spiritual gifts in the church, embracing love as the greatest virtue, maintaining orderly worship, and keeping the hope of the resurrection. This instructive book has teaching that continues to be relevant even today.
Second Corinthians is more personal than Paul's other epistles. He opens up about his miracle encounter with Jesus, and teaches them how to live in one continual triumph after another.
"For now we see but a faint reflection of riddles and mysteries as though reflected in a mirror, but one day we will see face to face. My understanding is incomplete now, but one day I will understand everything just as everything about me has been fully understood. And until then, there are three things which remain: faith, hope, and love—yet love surpasses them all. So above all else, let love be the beautiful prize for which you run!" 1 Corinthians 13:12–13
- The Passion Translation of 1 & 2 Corinthians
- Explanatory footnotes
- 144 pages
The Passion Translation is designed to unlock the passion of the heart of God. Based on Hebrew,
Greek, and Aramaic manuscripts, this translation attempts to capture the love language of God and
speak to the heart of every reader. For more information on the different Bible translations, view
our Bible Translation Guide.