We have all been guilty of forgetting something either big or small. Have you ever forgotten you belong to Jesus? Maybe not intentionally, but it can happen. That's exactly what happened to the church in Corinth. They had several internal issues. To make matters worse, they were listening to false teachers who questioned the message of Christ and who accused Paul of being a false apostle. His second letter to the Corinthians defends his character, ministry, and message while reminding the Corinthians to turn from their worldly ways and to live in ways that honor God. Paul's letter is our call to examine our own lives so we don't forget what truly matters.
The Life Lessons with Max Lucado series brings the Bible to life through 12 lessons packed with fascinating questions, inspiring stories, and thoughtful reflections to take you deeper into God's Word. The lessons in this updated edition of the bestselling series includes an opening reflection, a description of the context in which the Scripture was written, an excerpt of the text (from the New International and King James versions), exploration and reflection questions on the passage, inspirational thoughts on the theme from Max Lucado, and a closing Life Lesson takeaway and personal devotion.