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This nontechnical commentary on Second Corinthians analyzes the continued problems the church in Corinth faced. It provides a look into the historical, cultural, and religious contexts surrounding the epistle, and illustrates how the message of First Corinthians is still contemporarily relevant in today’s churches.

Gentleness comes from meekness. Gentleness means the ability to put up with unbearable situations. It means consideration for others. A meek and gentle person will feel the wrong and feel it quickly and bitterly. Meek and gentle people are not blind or unreal, but they will not pay back the wrong they feel was done to them. They will not pay back the hurt they feel with hurt. They will not go after the wrongdoer with the purpose of destroying him. Instead, they are full of pity and love for the people
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