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Questions about the Book of Second Corinthians

The book of Second Corinthians is the eighth book of the New Testament. This epistle to the Second Corinthians was written within a year of the first letter to the same church. Paul spiritual burden was great; for in addition, to the problems with the apostle Paul had to deal in his first letter, a wave of distrust in relation to Paul himself had now swept through the church. The apostle Paul here defends his authority by placing before the church the over whelming evidence of his sincerity in serving God. This Epistle can be divided into three parts: 1) Paul’s principles of action in his ministry. 2) Concerning the collection for the poor at Jerusalem. 3) Paul’s defense of his Apostolic Authority. The author of this book is Paul. Listed below are questions on the book of Second Corinthians. These questions can be used freely for Sunday school or bible study to help all young Christians study the scriptures. My prayers are with you always and may God bless you in your studies.

II Corinthians Chapter 1

1) Of whom was Paul an apostle? (II Corinthians 1:1)

2) To whom besides Corinthians is this second letter addressed? (II Corinthians 1:1)

3) What is the relation between God and Christ? (II Corinthians 1:3)

4) How extensive was Paul’s consolation from God? (II Corinthians 1:4)

5) For what purpose did God comfort Paul in all tribulation? (II Corinthians 1:4)

6) What two things abounded in Paul? (II Corinthians 1:5)

7) Paul’s hope of the Corinthians was steadfast. He knew as they were partakers of sufferings they would also be partakers of what? (II Corinthians 1:7)

8) Paul wrote the Corinthians of the trouble in Asia being so great that he despaired of what? (II Corinthians 1:8-9)

9) When Paul despaired of his life in Asia he trusted not in himself. In whom did he trust? (II Corinthians 1:11)

10) In what way were the Corinthians of help to Paul when he feared for his life in Asia? (II Corinthians 1:12)

11) State the kind of sincerity Paul professed? (II Corinthians 1:12)

12) By what was Paul’s conversation regulated? (II Corinthians 1:12)

13) Who was more abundantly considered in Paul’s conversation in the world? (II Corinthians 1:12)

14) How were Paul’s writings received by the Corinthians? (II Corinthians 1:13)

15) Unto what day was the mutual rejoicing of Paul and the Corinthians? (II Corinthians 1:14)

16) To what country did Paul plan to go as he passed through Corinth? (II Corinthians 1:16)

17) Name 2 people besides Paul who preached Jesus in Corinth. (II Corinthians 1:19)

18) In whom are all the promises of God “yea” and “Amen?” (II Corinthians 1:19-20)

19) Who does Paul say makes us sure (stableseth), with you and hath appointed us? (II Corinthians 1:21)

20) According to Paul God seals us. What does God give in our hearts as a guarantee of all he has for us? (II Corinthians 1:22)

21) Paul wrote the Corinthians he had no dominion over their faith but were what of your joy? (II Corinthians 1:24)

22) How did Paul “spare” the Corinthians? (II Corinthians 1:23)

23) When Paul wrote the Corinthians he had no dominion over their faith but are helpers of your joy and what did the Corinthians stand by? (II Corinthians 1:24)

II Corinthians Chapter 2

1) Paul determined not to come again to Corinth in heaviness and make them sorry (sad), “Who is he then that makes me what?” (II Corinthians 2:1-2)

2) Paul wrote the Corinthians in much affliction and anguishes of heart and with many what? (II Corinthians 2-4)

3) When Paul wrote the Corinthians with much afflictions and tears he wrote not to grieve them but that they might know what? (II Corinthians 2:4)

4) Paul advised the Corinthians to forgive and comfort the fornicator lest he be swallowed up with overmuch what? (II Corinthians 2:6-7)

5) Paul wrote the Corinthians we are not ignorant of whose devices? (II Corinthians 2:6-7)

6) In Troas Paul had a door opened of the Lord but he had no rest in his spirit because he failed to find someone there. Name him. (II Corinthians 2:12-13)

7) After Troas where did Paul go next when he failed to find Titus? (II Corinthians 2:13)

8) Who does Paul say causes us to triumph in Christ? (II Corinthians 2:14)

II Corinthians Chapter 3

1) Who was Paul’s epistle known and read of all men? (II Corinthians 3:1-2)

2) According to Paul the Corinthians were declared to be the epistle of Christ written not with ink but what, not in tables of stone but what? (II Corinthians 3:3)

3) Paul wrote the Corinthians “our sufficiency is of whom?” (II Corinthians 3:5)

4) Who made Paul an able minister of the New Testament? (II Corinthians 3:5-6)

5) Paul was a minister of the New Testament; not of the letter but of what? (II Corinthians 3:6)

6) On what was “ministration of death” written? (II Corinthians 3:7)

7) What quality is ascribed to this “ministration of death written and engraved in stones? (II Corinthians 3:7)

8) The ministration of condemnation was glorious but what ministration exceeded it in glory? (II Corinthians 3:9)

9) The ministration of righteousness excelled the ministration of condemnation in glory so that the ministration of condemnation had no what? (II Corinthians 3:9-10)

10) Which is more glorious the law of Moses or of Christ? (II Corinthians 3:6-10)

11) State basis of Paul’s plainness of speech. (II Corinthians 3:12)

12) What did Moses place over his face for the children of Israel? (II Corinthians 3:13)

13) Even in Paul’s day whose minds were minds were blinded by a veil when reading the Old Testament? (II Corinthians 3:13-14)

14) When in Paul’s day when was the veil upon the hearts of the children of Israel? (II Corinthians 3:13-16)

15) Who can remove the veil from the hearts and minds of the children of Israel? (II Corinthians 3:13-17)

16) What exists where the spirit of the Lord is? (II Corinthians 3:17)

II Corinthians Chapter 4

1) What did Paul renounce since he had this ministry? (II Corinthians 4:1-2)

2) In what did Paul not walk since he had this ministry? (II Corinthians 4:1-2)

3) Since Paul had the ministry (of the gospel) how did he not handle the word of God? (II Corinthians 4:1-3)

4) According to Paul to what class is the gospel hid? (II Corinthians 4:3)

5) Who has blinded the minds of them which believe not? (II Corinthians 4:4)

6) What light does the God of this world wish unbelievers not to behold? (II Corinthians 4:4)

7) Who is the image of God? (II Corinthians 4:4)

8) Who was the subject of Paul’s preaching? (II Corinthians 4:5)

9) In what relationship does Paul represent himself when he preaches Christ? (II Corinthians 4:5)

10) When Paul preached Christ and represented himself as a servant for whose sake does he do this? (II Corinthians 4:5)

11) God commanded the Light to shine out of darkness when the world was created, where else does God’s light shine according to Paul? (II Corinthians 4:6)

12) When God’s light shines in the hearts of man what light is given? (II Corinthians 4:6)

13) In whose face is glory of God reflected? (II Corinthians 4:6)

14) Paul wrote the Corinthians he was “always bearing about in the body the dying of the Lord Jesus.” Give his reason for this. (II Corinthians 4:10)

15) Unto what are the living always delivered? (II Corinthians 4:11)

16) In whose behalf are the living always delivered unto death? (II Corinthians 4:11)

17) It is written in the Old Testament “I believe and therefore I have spoken.” Who also stated he believed and therefore spoke? (II Corinthians 4:13)

18) What reason does Paul give for believing he as well as the Corinthians would be resurrected? (II Corinthians 4:14)

19) According to Paul, “the outward man perish” what is renewed day by day? (II Corinthians 4:16)

20) What worked a far more exceeding and eternal weight of glory for Paul? (II Corinthians 4:17)

21) Contrast things seen and unseen. (II Corinthians 4:18)

22) Which does Paul give the more consideration, things seen or unseen? (II Corinthians 4:18)

II Corinthians Chapter 5

1) Paul groaned (sighed) earnestly desiring to be clothed with what? (II Corinthians 5:2)

2) If we are clothed with this house from heaven how shall we not be found? (II Corinthians 5:3)

3) While in this tabernacle (physical body) we groan to be clothed upon, that mortality might be swallowed up of what? (II Corinthians 5:4)

4) What has God given Christians as a guarantee of the eternal things he has for us? (II Corinthians 5:5)

5) As long as Christians are present with the body we are absent from whom? (II Corinthians 5:6)

6) State Paul’s reason for being willing to be absent from the body. (II Corinthians 5:8)

7) State Paul’s reason for laboring for the Lord? (II Corinthians 5:9)

8) How many must appear before the judgment seat of Christ? (II Corinthians 5:10)

9) Give the reason all must appear before the judgment seat of Christ? (II Corinthians 5:10)

10) Name 2 kinds of deeds that will be recognized before the judgment seat of Christ. (II Corinthians 5:10)

11) What caused Paul to persuade men? (II Corinthians 5:11)

12) For whose cause does Paul say “or whether we be sober?” (II Corinthians 5:13)

13) What fact proves the love of Christ? (II Corinthians 5:14)

14) Christ dying for all proved what fact? (II Corinthians 5:14)

15) Since Christ died for all those that live should not live unto them selves. How should they live? (II Corinthians 5:15)

16) What important fact followed the death of Christ? (II Corinthians 5:15)

17) In whom may one be a new creature? (II Corinthians 5:17)

18) What becomes of “old things” when one becomes a new creature in Christ? (II Corinthians 5:17)

19) Give 3 things that happen “if any man be in Christ.” (II Corinthians 5:17)

20) By what means or person does God reconcile us to himself? (II Corinthians 5:18)

21) Who gave Paul the “ministry of reconciliation?” (II Corinthians 5:18)

22) When God was in Christ, reconciling the world unto himself, what was not imputed unto them? (II Corinthians 5:19)

23) The word of what was committed to Paul? (II Corinthians 5:19)

24) What office does Paul claim to possess for Christ? (II Corinthians 5:20)

25) According to Paul who was made to be sin for us, who knew no sin? (II Corinthians 5:21)

26) Give the reason Christ was made to be sin for us. (II Corinthians 5:21)

II Corinthians Chapter 6

1) Finish this quote, “We then, as workers together with him, beseech you also that ye receive not the grace of God in _____.” (II Corinthians 6:1)

2) When is the accepted time and when is the day of salvation? (II Corinthians 6:2)

3) What reason does Paul write that he gave no offense in any thing? (II Corinthians 6:3)

4) Paul wrote “O ye Corinthians, our what is open unto you, our heart is enlarged? (II Corinthians 6:11)

5) To whom does Paul write “ye are straitened in your own bowels?” (II Corinthians 6:11-12)

6) Paul advised the Corinthians to not be unequally yoked with whom? (II Corinthians 6:14)

7) What does righteousness not have with unrighteousness? (II Corinthians 6:14)

8) One who believes has no part with whom? (II Corinthians 6:15)

9) The temple of God has no agreement with what? (II Corinthians 6:16)

10) Who composes the temple of God? (II Corinthians 6:16)

11) The temple of the living God was commanded to come out and be separated with what? (II Corinthians 6:16-17)

12) If the temple of the living God (Christians) did come out and were separated and touched not the unclean thing what does God promise to do and to be? (II Corinthians 6:17-18)

13) What would the temple of God (Christians) be unto God the father? (II Corinthians 6:16-19)

II Corinthians Chapter 7

1) Since the temple of God have the promise of being sons and daughters of God the father from what must we cleanse ourselves? (II Corinthians 7:1)

2) What must sons and daughters of God the father be perfecting? (II Corinthians 7:1)

3) There are two kinds of filthiness from which Christians must cleanse themselves. Name them. (II Corinthians 7:1)

4) What fear must be associated with cleansing from filthiness of flesh and spirit and perfecting in holiness? (II Corinthians 7:1)

5) What 3 reasons does Paul give the Corinthians when he wrote “receive us?” (II Corinthians 7:2)

6) To whom was Paul referring when he wrote “ye are in our hearts to die and live with you?” (II Corinthians 7:3)

7) What sort of speech does Paul us toward the Corinthians? (II Corinthians 7:4)

8) Paul used great boldness of speech toward the Corinthians. State what else was great toward them. (II Corinthians 7:4)

9) With what was Paul filled when he used great boldness of speech and great glorying toward the Corinthians? (II Corinthians 7:4)

10) Who wrote “I am exceeding joyful in all our tribulation?” (II Corinthians 7:4)

11) When Paul arrived in Macedonia his flesh had no rest and he was troubled on every side. What was without and within? (II Corinthians 7:5)

12) Whose arrival in Macedonia comforted Paul? (II Corinthians 7:6)

13) Paul was not only comforted by Titus’ arrival in Macedonia. What report caused Paul to rejoice the more? (II Corinthians 7:7)

14) What did Paul not do even though he had made the Corinthians sorry with a letter? (II Corinthians 7:8)

15) The Corinthians sorrowed to what because of Paul’s letter to them? (II Corinthians 7:9)

16) What does godly sorrow worketh? (II Corinthians 7:10)

17) What does sorrow of the world worketh? (II Corinthians 7:10)

18) What was wrought in the Corinthians when they sorrowed after a godly sort? (II Corinthians 7:11)

19) How much did the Corinthians lack in clearing themselves when they sorrowed after a godly sort? (II Corinthians 7:11)

20) Paul wrote the Corinthians not for the cause of the one who did wrong, not for the one who suffered wrong but to prove what? (II Corinthians 7:12)

21) From what did Paul derive comfort? (II Corinthians 7:13)

22) Whose joy increased Paul’s comfort? (II Corinthians 7:13)

23) What had Corinthians done for Titus? (II Corinthians 7:13)

24) Of what was Paul not ashamed? (II Corinthians 7:14)

25) What principle justified this boasting? (II Corinthians 7:14)

26) What caused Titus to have abundant inward affection for the Corinthians? (II Corinthians 7:15)

27) Five 2 words describing how the Corinthians had received Titus? (II Corinthians 7:15)

28) Paul’s confidence in the Corinthians caused him to do what? (II Corinthians 7:16)

II Corinthians Chapter 8

1) How does Paul address the Corinthians in Ch. 8? (II Corinthians 8:1)

2) Whose grace does Paul wish the Corinthians to know about in Ch.8? (II Corinthians 8:1)

3) On who had God’s grace been bestowed in Ch.8? (II Corinthians 8:1)

4) What trial did the Churches in Macedonia suffer? (II Corinthians 8:2)

5) In spite of great affliction suffered by the churches in Macedonia what emotion did they feel? (II Corinthians 8:2)

6) Tell what was deep in the churches in Macedonia? (II Corinthians 8:2)

7) Unto what riches did the poverty in the churches in Macedonia abound? (II Corinthians 8:2)

8) Who gave willing and beyond their power for the poor saints in Jerusalem? (II Corinthians 8:1-5)

9) Who began the work of making a collection for the poor saints in Jerusalem? (II Corinthians 8:6)

10) What had the churches in Macedonia given before they gave to the saints in Jerusalem? (II Corinthians 8:5)

11) Who abounded in faith, utterance, knowledge, in diligence and love? (II Corinthians 8:7)

12) Paul did not command the Corinthians to give to the poor saints in Jerusalem but since others were giving to them what did Paul wish to prove by the Corinthians giving also? (II Corinthians 8:8)

13) According to Paul who had been rich and become poor so that the Corinthians might be rich? (II Corinthians 8:9)

14) How long had the Corinthians a readiness of mind to give to the poor saints at Jerusalem? (II Corinthians 8:10)

15) What is not necessary to add to their readiness? (II Corinthians 8:11)

16) What must be first before a gift is accepted according to that a man hath? (II Corinthians 8:12)

17) Paul instructed the saints at Corinth to give from their abundance to the poor in Jerusalem so that there might be what? (II Corinthians 8:14)

18) Finish this quote, “He that had gathered much had nothing over; and he that had gathered little had no ______.” (II Corinthians 8:15)

19) What was a brother chosen by Paul and the churches “to travel with us with this grace, which is administered by us ________.”? (II Corinthians 8:18-22)

20) In whose sight must honest things be provided? (II Corinthians 8:21)

21) What had been proved about the brother sent with Titus? (II Corinthians 8:22)

22) What had increased the brother’s diligence? (II Corinthians 8:22)

23) State the standing Titus had with Paul. (II Corinthians 8:23)

24) What use did Paul make of the brethren with him? (II Corinthians 8:23)

25) What were the Corinthians to show Titus and the messengers of the churches? (II Corinthians 8:24)

II Corinthians Chapter 9

1) To whom had Paul boasted about the churches in Achaia was ready a year ago and their zeal had provoked many to contribute? (II Corinthians 9:1-2)

2) Finish this quote, “He which soweth sparingly shall reap also sparingly, _________.” (II Corinthians 9:6)

3) Paul instructed the Corinthians to give as purposed in his heart for God loved what kind of a giver? (II Corinthians 9:7)

4) What 2 ways were the Corinthians not to give? (II Corinthians 9:7)

5) According to Paul’s letter to the Corinthians God is able to make grace abound toward them for what reason? (II Corinthians 9:8)

6) What God furnishes seed for the sower he furnishes bread for food. What is multiplied? (II Corinthians 9:10)

7) What is increased when God furnishes seed for the sower? (II Corinthians 9:10)

8) What 2 things do the Corinthians enriching cause? (II Corinthians 9:11-12)

II Corinthians Chapter 10

1) Who was reported to be base in the presence of the Corinthians but was bold when absent? (II Corinthians 10:1)

2) Some in Corinth thought Paul walked according to what? (II Corinthians 10:2)

3) Paul wrote the Corinthians “For though we walk in the flesh, we do not what after the flesh?” (II Corinthians 10:3)

4) A Christian’s weapons are not what? (II Corinthians 10:4)

5) A Christian’s weapons of warfare are mighty to the pulling down of strong holds. Through what source are our weapons mighty? (II Corinthians 10:4)

6) Name 2 things that must be cast down that is against the knowledge of God. (II Corinthians 10:5)

7) What must be captured to the obedience of Christ? (II Corinthians 10:5)

8) When the Corinthians fulfill their obedience what does Paul hold in readiness? (II Corinthians 10:6)

9) State mutual relation of Paul and the Corinthians. (II Corinthians 10:7)

10) Of what might Paul boast toward the Corinthians? (II Corinthians 10:8)

11) The Lord gave Paul authority not for the destruction of the Corinthians but for what reason? (II Corinthians 10:8)

12) Some at Corinth said Paul’s letters are weighty and powerful. What did they say about his bodily presence? (II Corinthians 10:10)

13) What did some at Corinth say about Paul’s speech? (II Corinthians 10:10)

14) Paul wrote the Corinthians, “such as we are in word by letters when we are absent, such we will be in what when we are present?” (II Corinthians 10:11)

15) What does Paul think of those who measure themselves by themselves and compare themselves among themselves? (II Corinthians 10:12)

16) By whose rule would Paul measure? (II Corinthians 10:13)

17) What does Paul hope to do in the regions beyond Corinth when their faith is increased? (II Corinthians 10:15-16)

18) Finish this quote, “But he that gloried, let him glory _______.” (II Corinthians 10:17)

19) He that commanded himself is not approved. Who is approved? (II Corinthians 10:18)

20) On what commendation rests true approval? (II Corinthians 10:18)

II Corinthians Chapter 11

1) What kind of jealousy did Paul possess for the Corinthians? (II Corinthians 11:2)

2) Paul had espoused the Corinthians to one husband that they could be presented as what to Christ? (II Corinthians 11:2)

3) Through what had the serpent beguiled Eve? (II Corinthians 11:3)

4) From what does Paul fear the Corinthians minds should be corrupted? (II Corinthians 11:3)

5) Who supposed he was not a whit behind the chiefest apostles? (II Corinthians 11:5)

6) Paul wrote the Corinthians “But though I be rude in speech, yet not in what? (II Corinthians 11:6)

7) Who paid Paul’s wages when he preached the gospel to the Corinthians? (II Corinthians 11:8)

8) Who supplied Paul’s needs when he was among the Corinthians? (II Corinthians 11:9)

9) What kinds of apostles were transforming themselves into apostles of Chris at Corinth? (II Corinthians 11:13)

10) What kinds of workers were these false apostles who were turning themselves into apostles of Christ at Corinth? (II Corinthians 11:13)

11) From whom did these deceitful workers, false apostles, at Corinth get their example? (II Corinthians 11:14)

12) Into what is Satan transformed? (II Corinthians 11:14)

13) According to Paul it is no great thing if Satan’s ministers be transformed as the ministers of what? (II Corinthians 11:15)

14) Paul would not be thought as what even though he boasted a little? (II Corinthians 11:16)

15) What would be the end of Satan’s ministers? (II 1Corinthians 1:15)

16) When Paul boasted a little he spoke it not after whom? (II Corinthians 11:17)

17) Who suffered fools gladly? (II Corinthians 11:19)

18) Not only did the Corinthians suffer (tolerate) fools. Name 5 other things they tolerated. (II Corinthians 11:20)

19) When Paul wrote “I am bold also” how does he say he was speaking? (II Corinthians 11:21)

20) What 3 terms does Paul use to prove his lineage? (II Corinthians 11:22)

21) How many times did Paul receive 39 stripes of the Jews? (II Corinthians 11:24)

22) How many times was Paul beaten with rods? (II Corinthians 11:25)

23) How many times was Paul shipwrecked? (II Corinthians 11:25)

24) How many times was Paul stoned? (II Corinthians 11:25)

25) In Paul’s many journeys list the perils (dangers) he endured as found in: (II Corinthians 11:26)

26) Besides weariness and painfulness, in watching often, list what else Paul endured for the cause of Chris in: (II Corinthians 11:27)

27) “Besides those things that are without, that which cometh upon me daily” what other care rested upon Paul? (II Corinthians 11:28)

28) Finish this quote, “If I must need glory, I will glory of the things which concern mine ______.” (II Corinthians 11:30)

29) To whose knowledge does Paul refer as proof of his sufferings for the cause of Christ? (II Corinthians 11:31)

30) What did the governor in Damascus desire to do to Paul? (II Corinthians 11:32)

31) Who was king when the governor of Damascus tried to apprehend Paul? (II Corinthians 11:32)

32) How did Paul escape from the City of Damascus? (II Corinthians 11:33)

II Corinthians Chapter 12

1) In spite of all of Paul’s sufferings for the cause of Christ what is not expedient for him to do? (II Corinthians 12:1)

2) From whom did Paul receive visions and revelations? (II Corinthians 12:1)

3) To what place was the man Paul knew above 14 years ago? Give both names for this place. (II Corinthians 12:2-4)

4) Only who knows whether the man who was snatched up into the 3rd heaven (Paradise) actually happened or if it were a vision? (II Corinthians 12:2-3)

5) What was unlawful or impossible about these unspeakable words the man heard while in Paradise? (II Corinthians 12:4)

6) Give Paul’s reason for restricting his glorying. Lest any man should what? (II Corinthians 12:6)

7) What was given Paul lest he should be exalted above measure through the abundance of the revelations? (II Corinthians 12:7)

8) This thorn in the flesh that Paul had acted as the messenger of whom? (II Corinthians 12:7)

9) This thorn in the flesh that Paul had buffeted him and kept him from being exalted how? (II Corinthians 12:7)

10) Tell what Paul thrice prayed for? (II Corinthians 12:8)

11) Quote God’s answer to Paul’s prayers for removal of the thorn in the flesh. (II Corinthians 12:9)

12) What sufficiency was assured Paul when he prayed for the removal of the thorn in the flesh? (II Corinthians 12:9)

13) In what is God’s strength perfected? (II Corinthians 12:9)

14) Give the reason Paul most gladly would glory in his infirmities. (II Corinthians 12:9)

15) When does Paul say he is strong? (II Corinthians 12:10)

16) Who had caused Paul to become foolish in glorying? (II Corinthians 12:11)

17) In what was Paul behind the every chiefest apostles? (II Corinthians 12:11)

18) Which apostle was Paul behind? (II Corinthians 12:11)

19) The following list is signs of what which was wrought at Corinth. In patience, in signs, wonders and mighty deeds? (II Corinthians 12:12)

20) In what sense were the Corinthians inferior to other churches? (II Corinthians 12:13)

21) When Paul wrote the Corinthians he was ready to come to them the third time he was not seeking their possessions, but what was he seeking? (II Corinthians12:14)

22) When Paul wrote the Corinthians on his third visit he would not “seek yours but you” in what relation does he illustrate himself? (II Corinthians 12:14)

23) Tell what Paul would gladly do for the Corinthians on his third visit with them? (II Corinthians 12:15)

24) It seems the more Paul loved someone the less they loved him. How was it? (II Corinthians 12:15)

25) Paul wrote the Corinthians he was crafty when he did not burden them (for wages) how had he caught them? (II Corinthians 12:16)

26) Give two individuals, besides Paul who walked before the Corinthians in the same spirit and steps. (II Corinthians 12:18)

27) Give 3 things Paul fears he will find in Corinth on his third visit that some have failed to repent of? (II Corinthians 12:21)

II Corinthians Chapter 13

1) Finish this quote “In the mouth of two or three witnesses shall every word be ______” (II Corinthians 13:1)

2) When Paul comes the third time to Corinth what will his attitude be toward those who have sinned and not repented? (II Corinthians 13:2)

3) What were the Corinthians seeking from Paul? (II Corinthians 13:3)

4) By what does Christ live even though he was crucified through weakness? (II Corinthians 13:4)

5) Who else may benefit by the power of God to rise from the dead? (II Corinthians 13:4)

6) What reason does Paul give the Corinthians for examining themselves? (II Corinthians 13:5)

7) Paul prayed to God that the Corinthians would do no evil that they should do that which was what? (II Corinthians 13:7)

8) Paul wrote the Corinthians “For we can do nothing against ____.” (II Corinthians 13:8)

9) Paul was glad when he was weak and the Corinthians were strong. What does Paul wish for them? (II Corinthians 13:9)

10) Paul was glad when he was weak and the Corinthians being absent. What would he have used if he were present? (II Corinthians 13:10)

11) Who gave Paul power to edifications & not to destruction? (II Corinthians 13:10)

12) From what source should peace be derived? (II Corinthians 13:11)

13) In Paul’s farewell how should they greet each other? (II Corinthians 13:11-12)

14) In Paul’s farewell whose salutation did he extend to them? (II 1Corinthians 3:13)

15) What three persons are named at the conclusion of II Corinthians? (II Corinthians 13:14)

Note: I pray that these questions have helped your study and under standing of Gods’ word in the Bible. Please feel free to pass them on to other people if they have helped you.

Your, Brother in Christ

Frank Rose