by admin | 10 Sep 2021
Second Corinthians 12 records Paul’s famed thorn in the flesh, which he pleaded for God to remove three times, but each time received a resounding no. He records some of the benefits that the thorn produced in his life. As we study this text, we should do so with a view to learning how suffering can benefit us.
Scripture References: 2 Corinthians 12:7-10
The sermons or talks in this study are by various guest speakers over the years.
|The Works of God Displayed (John 9:1–12)||Chita Bantubonse||10 Jul 2016||Listen|
|The Supremacy of Christ (John 3:22–36)||Ivor Jeffries||17 Jul 2016||Listen|
|Be Still and Know God is in Control (Psalm 46:1–11)||Brian Watts||31 Jul 2016||Listen|
|Living in a Godly Marriage: Learning from the Puritans (Ephesians 5:21–33)||Joel Beeke||17 Aug 2016||Listen|
|Mediocrity in Worship (Malachi 1:1–14)||John Ndhlovu||18 Sep 2016||Listen|
|Lessons for Church Planting in Africa (1 Corinthians 9:19–22)||Christopher Mnguni||16 Oct 2016||Listen|
|The Supremacy of His Meekness (Isaiah 42:1–9)||Shane Williamson||27 Nov 2016||Listen|
|The Child (Isaiah 9:2–7)||Tyrell Haag||11 Dec 2016||Listen|
|God’s Word Alone (Psalm 138:1–8)||Francois Koch||1 Jan 2017||Listen|
|Creation, Culture and Christianity (Various Texts)||Marc Ambler||19 Feb 2017||Listen|