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2 CorinthiansEdit

Chapter 1Edit

1 Who is an apostle of Christ Jesus by the will of God?--Paul

1 By whose will is Paul an apostle of Christ Jesus.--God’s will

1 What is Paul by the will of God?--an apostle of Christ Jesus

1 To the church of God in Corinth, together with whom?--together with all the saints throughout Achaia

1 Throughout where, are the saints?--Achaia

1 Who are throughout Achaia?--all the saints

1 To whom is 2nd Corinthians written?--the church of God in Corinth, together with all the saints throughout Achaia

2 To whom is grace and peace?--to the believes

2 From whom is grace and peace?--God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ

2 What is from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ?--grace and peace

3 To whom should praise be?--the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ

3 Who is the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ?--God

3 Who is of compassion?--the Father

3 Who is of all comfort?--God

4 Who comforts us in all our troubles?--the God of all comfort

4 What does the God of all comfort do in all our troubles?--comforts us

4 Why does God comfort us in all out troubles?--so that we can comfort those in any trouble

4 What have we ourselves received from God?--comfort

4 Who can we comfort?--those in any trouble

5 What do the sufferings of Christ do?--flow over into our lives

5 What flows over into our lives?--the sufferings of Christ

5 The sufferings of whom flow over into our lives?--Christ

5 What overflows through Christ?--our comfort

5 Through whom does our comfort overflow?--Christ

5 What does our comfort do through Christ?--overflows

6 If the apostles are distressed, what is it for?--the believers’ comfort and salvation

6 If the apostles are comforted, what is it for?--the believers’ comfort

6 What does the Corinthians’ comfort produce in them?--patient endurance (of the same sufferings the apostles suffer)

6 Who’s comfort produces patient endurance in the Corinthians?--the Corinthians’ comfort

7 Who’s hope for the Corinthians is firm--the apostles’ hope

7 The apostles’ hope for whom is firm?--the Corinthians

7 What is the apostles’ hope for the Corinthians?--firm

7 What do the apostles know?--that just as the believers share in their sufferings, they also share in their comfort

7 What do the Corinthians share in?--the apostles’ sufferings and comfort

7 Who share in the apostles’ sufferings and comfort?--the believers

8 Who do not want the brothers to be uninformed?--the apostles

8 What do the apostles not want the brothers to be?--uninformed

8 What don’t the apostles want the brothers to be uninformed about?--the hardships they faced in the province of Asia

8 Who faced hardships in the province of Asia?--the apostles

8 Where did the apostles face hardships?--in the province of Asia

8 Who were under great pressure, far beyond their ability to endure?--the apostles

8 What were the apostles under?--great pressure (far beyond their ability to endure)

8 The apostles were under great pressure, far beyond what?--their ability to endure

8 What did the apostles despair of?--even life

8 Who despaired even of life?--the apostles

9 Indeed, what did the apostles feel in their hearts?--the sentence of death

9 Indeed, where did the apostles feel the sentence of death?--in their hearts

9 Indeed, what sentence did the apostles feel in their hearts?--the sentence of death

9 This happened so that who might not rely on themselves, but on God?--the apostles

9 This happened so that the apostles might not rely on whom?--themselves

9 Who does God raise?--the dead?

9 Who raises the dead?--God

10 Who has delivered us from such a deadly peril?--God

10 Whom has God delivered from such a deadly peril?--the apostles

10 What has God delivered the apostles from?--such a deadly peril

10 On whom, have the apostles set their hope that he will continue to deliver them?--God

10 Who have set their hope on God, that he will continue to deliver them?--the apostles

10 The apostles have set their hope on God, that he will do what?--continue to deliver them

11 Who helps the apostles by their prayers?--the Corinthians

11 What do the Corinthians do by their prayers?--help the apostles

11 Who do the Corinthians help by their prayers?--the apostles

11 Who will give thanks on our behalf?--many

11 What will many do on our behalf?--give thanks

11 Why will many give thanks on our behalf?--for the gracious favor granted to the apostles

11 What was granted to the apostles in answer to the prayers of many?--the gracious favor

12 What does the apostles’ conscience testify?--that the apostles have conducted themselves in the world (and especially in their relations with the Corinthians)

12 What testifies that the apostles have conducted themselves in the world?--the apostles’ conscience

12 What two things are from God?--holiness and sincerity

12 Who are holiness and sincerity from?--God

12 The apostles have not done so according to what?--worldly wisdom

12 The apostles have done so according to what?--God’s grace

13 What do the apostles not write the believers?--anything that the Corinthians cannot read or understand

13-14 What does Paul hope?--that as the believers have understood the apostles in part, they will come to understand fully that you can boast of the apostles

14 Who has understood the apostles in part?--the believers

14 Who will come to understand the apostles fully?--the believers

14 What will the believers come to understand fully?--that they can boast of the apostles just as the apostles will boast of them

14 When can the apostles boast of the Corinthians?--in the day of the Lord Jesus

14 In whose day will the apostles boast of the Corinthians?--the day of the Lord Jesus

14 Who will the apostles boast of in the day of the Lord Jesus?--the believers

15 Who planned to visit the Corinthians first?--Paul

15 Who did Paul plan to visit first?--the Corinthians

15 Why did Paul plan to visit the Corinthians first?--that they might benefit twice

15 Who might benefit twice?--the Corinthians

16 On his way to where, did Paul plan to visit the Corinthians?--Macedonia

16 From where, did Paul plan to come back to the Corinthians?--Macedonia

16 Paul planned to have whom send him on his way to Judea?--the Corinthians

16 Who planned to have the Corinthians send him on his way to Judea?--Paul

16 Where did Paul plan to have the Corinthians send him?--on his way to Judea

17 Paul asks if he planned this how?--lightly

17 Paul asks that if in the same breath he says what?--"Yes, yes" and "No, no"

17 Paul asks if he makes him plans in what manner?--a worldly manner

18 As surely as who is faithful, our message to you is not "Yes" and "No"?--God

18 What is the apostles message to the Corinthians not?--"Yes" and "No"

18 What is not "Yes" and "No"?--the apostles’ message to the Corinthians

19 Who is the Son of God?--Jesus Christ

19 Who was the Son of God preached among by Paul, Silas, and Timothy?--the Corinthians

19 Who was the Son of God preached by?--Paul, Silas, and Timothy

19 What is the Greek variant of Silas?--Silvanus

19 What is Silvanus in English?--Silas

19 What was the Son of God not?--"Yes" and "No"

19 Who was not "Yes" and "No"?--the Son of God (Jesus Christ)

19 In the Son of God, it has always been what?--"Yes" and "No"

19 In whom has it always been "Yes"?--the Son of God (Jesus Christ)

20 No matter how many promises who has made, they are "Yes" in Christ?--God

20 What are "Yes" in Christ?--the promises God has made

20 What are the promises God has made?--"Yes" in Christ

20 Through whom is the "Amen" spoken by us?--through him (Christ)

20 By whom is the "Amen" spoken?--by us (apostles)

20 The "Amen" is spoken by us to the glory of whom?--God

21 Whom does God make stand firm in Christ?--us (apostles) and you (Corinthians)

21 Who makes the apostles and the Corinthians stand firm in Christ?--God

21 What does God make the apostles and the Corinthians do?--stand firm in Christ

21 Who anointed the apostles?--God

21 Whom did God anoint?--us (apostles)

21-22 What did God do to the apostles?--anointed, set his seal of ownership on them, and put his Spirit in their hearts (as a deposit, guaranteeing what is to come)

22 Who set his seal of ownership on the apostles?--God

22 What did God set on the apostles?--his seal of ownership

22 On whom did God set his seal of ownership?--the apostles

22 Who put his Spirit in the apostles’ hearts?--God

22 Where did God put his Spirit?--in the apostles’ hearts

22 How did God put his Spirit in the apostles hearts?--as a deposit, guaranteeing what is to come

22 Guaranteeing what, did God put his Spirit in the apostles’ hearts as a deposit?--what is to come

23 Who calls God as his witness?--Paul

23 What does Paul call God as?--his witness

23 What did Paul do in order to spare the Corinthians?--Paul did not return to Corinth.

23 In order to spare the Corinthians, where did Paul not return to?--Corinth

23 In order to do what, did Paul not return to Corinth?--in order to spare the Corinthians

24 Not that the apostles do what, because it is by faith they stand firm?--lord it over the believers’ faith

24 Whom do the apostles work with?--the believers

24 Why do the apostles work with the believers?--for the believers’ joy

24 How do the believers stand firm?--by faith

24 Who stands firm by faith?--the believers

Chapter 2Edit

1 Who made up his mind that he would not make another painful visit to the Corinthians?--Paul

1 Paul made up what that he would not make another painful visit to the Corinthians?--his mind

1 What kind of visit to the Corinthians did Paul make up his mind not to make?--another painful visit

1 Paul made up his mind that he would not make another painful visit to whom?--the Corinthians

2 Whom does Paul grieve?--the Corinthians

2 Who grieves the Corinthians?--Paul

2 Paul asks: For if I grieve you, who is left to make me glad but whom?--you whom I have grieved/those whom Paul has grieved

3 Why did Paul write as he did?--so that when he came he should not be distressed by those who ought to make him rejoice

3 What should Paul not be by those who ought to make him rejoice?--distressed

3 Whom should Paul not be distressed by?--those who ought to make him rejoice

3 Whom did Paul have confidence in?--all of the Corinthians

3 Who had confidence in all of the Corinthians?--Paul

3 Paul had confidence in all of the Corinthians that they would all do what?--share his joy

4 What did Paul write the Corinthians out of?--great distress and anguish of heart

4 With many what, did Paul write the Corinthians?--tears

4 Who wrote to the Corinthians out of great distress and anguish of heart?--Paul

4 Paul wrote whom out of great distress and anguish of heart?--the Corinthians

4 What did Paul do with many tears?--wrote to the Corinthians

4 What did Paul do out of great distress and anguish of heart?--wrote to the Corinthians

4 Why did Paul write the Corinthians out of great distress and anguish of heart?--to let them know the depth of his love for them

4 Why did Paul not write the Corinthians out of great distress and anguish of heart?--to grieve them

4 What did Paul do not to grieve the Corinthians, but to let them know the depth of his love for them?--He wrote to the Corinthians.

5 Who has not so much grieved Paul as he has grieved all of the Corinthians?--anyone who has caused grief

5 To some extent, if anyone has caused grief, he has not done what?--grieved Paul as he has grieved all of you

5 If anyone caused grief, he has not so much grieved whom as he grieved all of the Corinthians?--Paul

6 Who is the punishment inflicted on by the majority?--anyone who has caused grief

6 What is inflicted on anyone who has caused grieve?--punishment

6 What punishment is sufficient for anyone who has caused grief?--the punishment inflicted on him by the majority

6 By whom, is the punishment inflicted on anyone who has caused grief?--the majority

7 Instead, what ought the Corinthians to do to anyone who has caused grief?--forgive and comfort him

7 Instead, whom ought the Corinthians forgive and comfort?--anyone who has caused grief

7 Why ought the Corinthians forgive and comfort anyone who has grief?--so that he will not be overwhelmed by excessive sorrow

7 So that he will not be overwhelmed with what, the Corinthians ought forgive and comfort anyone who has caused grief?--excessive sorrow

8 Therefore, what does Paul urge the Corinthians?--to reaffirm their love for anyone who has caused grief

8 Who urges the Corinthians to reaffirm their love for anyone who has caused grief?--Paul

8 Therefore, Paul urges the Corinthians to do what for anyone who has caused grief?--to reaffirm their love for him

9 For what reason did Paul write to the Corinthians?--to see if the Corinthians would stand the test and be obedient in everything

9 What did Paul do to see if the Corinthians would stand the test and be obedient in everything?--He wrote to the Corinthians.

10 If the Corinthians forgive anyone, who also forgives him?--Paul

10 Who has Paul forgiven?--anyone the Corinthians forgive

10 If there was anything to forgive, who has forgiven in the sight of Christ for the Corinthians’ sake?--Paul

10 For whose sake has Paul forgiven what he has forgiven in the sight of Christ?--the Corinthians’ sake

10 How has Paul forgiven what he has forgiven?--in the sight of Christ for the Corinthians’ sake

10 In whose sight has Paul forgiven what he has forgiven?--in the sight of Christ

10-11 Why has Paul forgiven in the sight of Christ for the Corinthians’ sake?--in order that Satan might not outwit us

10-11 In order that Satan might not outwit us, how has Paul forgiven what he has forgiven?--in the sight of Christ for the Corinthians’ sake

11 What are we not unaware of?--Satan’s schemes

11 Whose schemes are we not unaware of?--Satan’s

12 Who went to Troas to preach the gospel of Christ?--Paul

12 Where did Paul go to preach the gospel of Christ?--Troas

12 What did Paul do to Troas to do?--to preach the gospel of Christ

12 What did Paul find when he went to Troas to preach the gospel of Christ?--that the Lord had opened a door for him

12 Where did Paul find that the Lord had opened a door for him?--Troas

12 What had the Lord opened for Paul in Troas?--a door

12-13 When did Paul still have no peace of mind?--when he went to Troas to preach the gospel of Christ and found that the Lord had opened a door for him

13 What did Paul still have no peace of?--mind

13 Why did Paul still have no peace of mind?--because he did not find his brother Titus in Troas

13 Who did not find his brother Titus in Troas?--Paul

13 Who did Paul not find in Troas?--his brother Titus

13 Where did Paul not find Titus?--in Troas

13 Who said good-by to them and went on to Macedonia?--Paul

13 Where did Paul go on to after saying good-by to them?--Macedonia

13 What did Paul say to them and went on to Macedonia?--good-by

14 Thanks be to whom?--God

14 Who always leads us in triumphal procession in Christ?--God

14 How does God lead us in Christ?--in triumphal procession

14 In whom, does God always lead us in triumphal procession?--in Christ

14 Through us, what does God spread everywhere?--the fragrance of the knowledge of him

14 Who spreads through us the fragrance of the knowledge of him?--God

14 Through us, what does God do with the fragrance of the knowledge of him?--spreads everywhere

15 What are we to God?--the aroma of Christ among those who are being saved and those who are perishing

15 To whom, are we the aroma of Christ among those who are being saved and those who are perishing?--God

15 Among whom, are we the aroma of Christ?--among those who are being saved and those who are perishing

15 What are we among the those who are being saved and those who are perishing?--the aroma of Christ

16 What are we to one?--the smell of death

1 To whom are we the smell of death?--to one

16 What are we to the other?--the fragrance of life

16 To whom are we the fragrance of life?--to the other

16 Paul asks: Who is equal to what?--such a task

17 Unlike so many, we do not do what?--peddle the word of God for profit

17 Unlike so many, what do we not peddle for profit?--the word of God

17 Unlike so many, what don’t we do for profit?--peddle the word of God

17 On the contrary, in whom do we speak before God with sincerity?--Christ

17 On the contrary, whom do we speak before with sincerity?--God

17 On the contrary, how do we speak before God in Christ?--with sincerity, like men sent from God

17 On the contrary, what do we do before God in Christ?--speak

17 Like men sent from God, what do we do?--We speak before God with sincerity.

Chapter 3Edit

1 Paul asks if we are beginning to do what?--commend ourselves

1 Paul asks if we need what?--letters of recommendation to you or from you

1 Like whom might we need letters of recommendation?--like some people

1 To whom or from whom might we need letters of recommendation?--the believers

2 Who are our letter, written on our hearts?--the believers themselves

2 Where are you yourselves, our letter written?--on our hearts

2 What is known and read by everybody?--the believers themselves, our letter

2 By whom is our letter known and read?--everybody

3 What do the believers show?--that they themselves are a letter from Christ

3 Who are a result of the apostles' ministry?--the believers

3 From whom are the believers a letter?--from Christ

3 What is the letter of the believers not written with?--ink

3 What is the letter of the believers written with?--with the Spirit of the living God

3 On what tablets is the letter of the believers not written with?--tablets of stone

3 On what tablets is the letter of the believers written?--tablets of human hearts

4 Before whom is such confidence as this?--before God

4 Through whom is such confidence as this?--through Christ

4 Whose is such confidence as this?--ours (apostles)

5 What are the apostles not competent in themselves to do?--to claim anything for themselves

5 For whom are the apostles not competent to claim anything?--for themselves

5 In whom are the apostles not competent to claim anything for ourselves?--the apostles

5 What are the apostles not competent to claim?--anything for themselves

5 From whom does the apostles' competence come?--God

6 As what has God made us competent?--as ministers of a new covenant

6 Who has made us competent as ministers of a new covenant?--God

6 Of what is the new covenant not?--the letter

6 Of what is the new covenant?--the Spirit

6 What kills?--the letter

6 What gives life?--the Spirit

7 What was engraved in letters on stone?--the ministry that brought death

7 Because of what's glory could the Israelites not look steadily at the face of Moses?--the ministry that brought death's

7 What could the Israelites not look steadily at?--the face of Moses

7 Why could the Israelites not look steadily at the face of Moses?--because of the ministry that brought death's glory (fading though it was)

7 What was fading?--the ministry that brought death's glory

7 Where was the ministry that brought death engraved?--in letters on stone

8 What will be even more glorious?--the ministry of the Spirit

9 If the ministry that condemns men is glorious, how much more glorious is what ministry?--the ministry that brings righteousness

9 What ministry is much more glorious than the ministry that condemns men?--the ministry that brings righteousness

10 What has no glory now in comparison with the surpassing glory?--what was glorious

10 In comparison with what, does what was glorious have no glory?--the surpassing glory

11 How much greater is the glory of that which lasts than what?--the glory of what was fading away

12 Why are we very bold?--since we have such a hope

13 Who are we not like?--Moses

13 Who would put a veil over his face to keep the Israelites from gazing at it while the radiance was fading away?--Moses

13 What would Moses put over his face to keep the Israelites from gazing at it while the radiance was fading away?--a veil

13 Why would Moses put a veil over his face?--to keep the Israelites from gazing at it while the radiance was fading away

13 Moses would put a veil over his face to keep who from gazing at it while the radiance was fading away?--the Israelites

14 What were made dull?--the Israelites' minds

14 When does the same veil remain?--to this day, when the old covenant is read

14 To this day, what remains when the old covenant is read?--the same veil

14 Why has the veil not been removed?--because only in Christ is it taken away

14 Only in whom is the veil taken away?--only in Christ

15 When does a veil cover their hearts?--even to this day, when Moses is read

16 When is the veil taken away?--whenever anyone turns to the Lord

17 Who is the Spirit?--the Lord

17 Where is there freedom?--where the Spirit of the Lord is

17 What is where the Spirit of the Lord is?--freedom

18 Who reflect the Lord's glory?--we all (believers)

18 With what faces do we reflect the Lord's glory?--unveiled faces

18 What do we all reflect with unveiled faces?--the Lord's glory

18 Who are being transformed into the Lord's likeness with ever-increasing glory?--we, who with unveiled faces all reflect the Lord's glory

Chapter 4Edit

1 Why do we not lose heart?--since through God's mercy we have this ministry

1 Through what do we have this ministry?--God's mercy

1 What do we not lose?--heart

2 What ways have we renounced?--secret and shameful ways

2 What do we not use?--deception

2 What do we not distort?--the word of God

2 On the contrary, how do we commend ourselves to every man's conscience in the sight of God?--by setting forth the truth plainly

2 To what do we commend ourselves?--to every man's conscience in the sight of God

2 How do we set forth the truth?--plainly

2 In whose sight do we commend ourselves to every man's conscience?--God's

3 To whom is our gospel veiled?--to those who are perishing

3 What is veiled to those who are perishing?--our gospel

3 To whom is our gospel veiled?--to those who are perishing

4 Who has blinded the eyes of unbelievers?--the god of this age

4 What cannot unbelievers see?--the light of the gospel of the glory of Christ

4 Who is the image of God?--Christ

4 What light cannot unbelievers see?--the light of the gospel of the glory of Christ

4 What god has blinded the eyes of unbelievers?--the god of this age

4 What has the god of this age blinded?--the eyes of unbelievers

5 What do the apostles not preach?--ourselves

5 What do the apostles preach?--Jesus Christ as Lord (and ourselves as your servants for Jesus' sake)

5 The apostles preach themselves as the believers servants for whose sake?--for Jesus' sake

6 Who said, "Let light shine out of darkness."?--God

6 In what book is it written: "Let light shine out of darkness?--Genesis

6 Let light shine out of what?--darkness

6 Who made his light shine in our hearts?--God

6 Where did God make his light shine?--in our hearts

6 Why did God make his light shine in our hearts?--to give us the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Christ

6 What light did God make shine in our hearts?--the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Christ

6 In whose face is the glory of God?--in the face of Christ

7 Where do we have this treasure?--in jars of clay

7 What do we have in jars of clay?--this treasure

7 Why do we have this treasure in jars of clay?--to show that this all-surpassing power is from God and not from us

7 From whom is this all-surpassing power?--from God

7 This all-surpassing power is not from whom?--us (the believers)

8 Where are we hard pressed?--on every side

8 We are hard pressed on every side but not what?--crushed

8 We are perplexed but not what?--in despair

9 We are persecuted but not what?--abandoned

9 We are struck down but not what?--destroyed

10 What do we always carry around in our body?--the death of Jesus

10 Why do we always carry around in our body the death of Jesus?--so that the life of Jesus may also be revealed in our body

10 What may also be revealed in our body?--the life of Jesus

11 Who are always being given over to death for Jesus' sake?--we who are alive

11 To what are we who are alive always being given over for Jesus' sake?--to death

11 For whose sake are we who are alive always being given over to death?--for Jesus' sake

11 Why are we who are alive always being given over to death?--so that his life may be revealed in our mortal body

11 Where may Jesus' life be revealed?--in our mortal body

12 What is at work in the apostles?--death

12 What is at work in the believers?--life

12 In what book is it written: "I believed; therefore I have spoken."?--Psalms

13 With what do we also believe and therefore speak?--that same spirit of faith

13 Why do we also believe and therefore speak?--because we know that the one who raised the Lord Jesus from the dead will also raise us with Jesus and present us with you in his presence

13 Who will the one who raised the Lord Jesus from the dead also raise with Jesus?--us (believers)

13 Where will the one who raised the Lord Jesus from the dead present us with you?--in his presence

15 What is all of this for?--for the believers' benefit

15 For whose benefit is all of this?--the believers'

15 Who is the grace reaching?--more and more people

15 What may cause thanksgiving to overflow to the glory of God?--the grace that is reaching more and more people

15 What may the grace that is reaching more and more people cause to overflow to the glory of God?--thanksgiving

16 What do we not lose?--heart

16 Outwardly, what are we doing?--wasting away

16 Inwardly, what are we doing?--being renewed day by day

16 When are we being renewed?--day by day

17 What are achieving for us an eternal glory that far outweighs them all?--our light and momentary troubles

17 What are our light and momentary troubles achieving for us?--an eternal glory that far outweighs them all

17 What far outweighs them all?--an eternal glory

18 What do we not fix our eyes on?--what is seen

18 What do we fix our eyes on?--what is unseen

18 What is temporary?--what is seen

18 What is eternal?--what is unseen

Chapter 5Edit

1 What do we have if the earthly tent we live in is destroyed?--a building from God

1 When do we have a building from God?--if the earthly tent we live in is destroyed

1 We have a building from whom?--God

1 What do we have in heaven?--an eternal house

1 What is not built by human hands?--an eternal house in heaven

1 What is an eternal house in heaven not built by?--human hands

2 Meanwhile, what do we do, longing to be clothed with our heavenly dwelling?--We groan.

2 With what do we long to be clothed?--our heavenly dwelling

3 Why do we groan, longing to be clothed with our heavenly dwelling?--because when we are clothed, we will not be found naked

3 When will we not be found naked?--when we are clothed

3 When we are clothed, how will we not be found?--naked

4 What do we do while we are in this tent?--we groan and are burdened

4 When do we groan and are burdened?--while we are in this tent

4 Why do we groan and are burdened while we are in this tent?--because we do not wish to be unclothed but to be clothed with our heavenly dwelling

4 What do we wish to be clothed with?--our heavenly dwelling

4 Why do we wish to be clothed with our heavenly dwelling?--so that what is mortal may be swallowed up by life

4 What may what is mortal be swallowed up by?--life

5 Who has made us for this very purpose?--God

5 Why has God made us?--for this very purpose

5 What has God given us?--the Spirit

5 God has given us the Spirit as what?--a deposit

5 What guarantees what is to come?--the Spirit as a deposit

6 Who are always confident?--we (the believers)

6 When are we away from the Lord?--as long as we are at home in the body

6 Where are we as long as we are at home in the body?--away from the Lord

7 What do we live by?--faith

7 What do we not live by?--sight

8 Where would we prefer to be?--away from the body and at home with the Lord

9 Whether we are at home in the body or away from it, what do we make it our goal to do?--to please him

10 Where must we all appear?--before the judgment seat of Christ

10 What may each one receive?--what is due him for the things done while in the body, whether good or bad

10 For what may each one receive his due?--for the things done while in the body, whether good or bad

10 Whether good or bad, for what things may each one receive his due?--for the things done while in the body

11 Why do we try to persuade men?--since we know what it is to fear the Lord

11 Since then, what do we know?--what it is to fear the Lord

11 Who do we try to persuade?--men

11 What is plain to God?--what we are

11 Paul hopes what also is plain to the Corinthians' conscience?--what we (the apostles) are

12 What are the apostles giving the believers an opportunity to do?--to take pride in them

12 Why are the apostles giving the believers an opportunity to take pride in them?--so that the believers can answer those who take pride in what is seen rather than in what is in the heart

12 Who can the believers answer?--those who take pride in what is seen rather than in what is in the heart

13 If we are out of our minds, whose sake is it for?--for the sake of God

13 If the apostles are in their right mind, who is it for?--for you (the believers)

14 What compels us?--Christ's love

14 Why does Christ's love compel us?--because we are convinced that one died for all, and therefore all died

14 For whom did one die?--all

14 One died for all and therefore who died?--all

14 How many died for all?--one

15 Why did Christ die for all?--that those who live should no longer live for themselves but for him who died for them and was raised again

15 For whom should those who live no longer live?--themselves

15 For whom should those who live live?--for him who died for them and was raised again

16 From what point of view do we regard no one?--a worldly point of view

16 Who do we regard from a worldly point of view?--no one

16 Who did we once regard from a worldly point of view?--Christ

16 Who do we no longer regard from a worldly point of view?--Christ

17 When is anyone a new creation?--if anyone is in Christ

17 The old has gone, what has come?--the new

18 To whom did God reconcile us?--himself

18 Through whom did God reconcile us to himself?--through Christ

18 What ministry did God give us)?--the ministry of reconciliation

19 What was God reconciling to himself?--the world

19 What did God not count against them?--men's sins

19 What did God commit to us?--the message of reconciliation

20 Who are Christ's ambassadors?--believers

20 It is as though God were making his appeal through whom?--through us (the believers)

20 The apostles implore the believers on whose behalf?--on Christ's behalf

20 Be reconciled to whom?--God

21 Who did God make to be sin for us?--him who had no sin

21 In whom might we become the righteousness of God?--him who had no sin (Christ)

21 What might we become in him who had no sin?--the righteousness of God

Chapter 6Edit

1 As what, do Paul and Timothy urge the Corinthians not to receive God’s grace in vain?--God’s fellow workers

1 As God’s fellow workers, who urge the Corinthians not to receive God’s grace in vain?--Paul and Timothy

1 Paul and Timothy urge the Corinthians not to do what?--receive God’s grace in vain

2 What does God say in Isaiah?--"In the time of my favor I heard you, and in the day of salvation I helped you."

2 In what book is it written: "In the time of my favor I heard you, and in the day of salvation I helped you."?--Isaiah

2 Who says: "In the time of my favor I heard you, and in the day of salvation I helped you."?--God

2 When has God heard us?--in the time of his (God’s) favor

2 What did God do in the time of his favor?--heard us

2 Whom did God hear in the time of his favor?--us (believers)

2 When has God helped us?--in the day of salvation

2 What did God do in the day of salvation?--helped us

2 Whom did God help in the day of salvation?--us (believers)

2 What is now the time of?--God’s favor

2 When is the time of God’s favor?--now

2 What is now the day of?--salvation

2 When is the day of salvation?--now

3 Who put no stumbling block in anyone’s path, so that their ministry will not be discredited?--Paul and Timothy

3 What did Paul and Timothy not put in anyone’s path?--a stumbling block

3 Where did Paul and Timothy put no stumbling block?--in anyone’s path

3 Who put no stumbling block in anyone’s path?--Paul and Timothy

3 Why did Paul and Timothy put no stumbling block in anyone’s path?--so that their ministry would not be discredited

3 So that their ministry will not be discredited, what did Paul and Timothy do?--They put no stumbling block in anyone’s path.

3 So that their ministry will not be what, Paul and Timothy put no stumbling block in anyone’s path?--discredited

4 Rather, as what, do Paul and Timothy commend themselves in every way?--as servants of God

4 Who commend themselves in every way, as servants of God?--Paul and Timothy

4-7 In what, do Paul and Timothy commend themselves in every way?--in great endurance, troubles, hardships, distresses, beatings, imprisonments, riots, hard work, sleepless nights, hunger, purity, understanding, patience, kindness, in the Holy Spirit, sincere love, truthful speech, in the power of God

7 Where are weapons of righteousness?--in the right hand and in the left

7 What are in the right hand and in the left?--weapons of righteousness

8 Through what, do Paul and Timothy commend themselves?--glory and dishonor, bad report and good report

8 Genuine, yet what?--regarded as imposters

9 Know, yet regarded as what?--unknown

9 Dying, and yet what?--We live on.

9 Beaten, and yet not what?--killed

10 Sorrowful, yet what?--always rejoicing

10 Poor, yet what?--making many rich

10 Having nothing, and yet what?--possessing everything

11 How have Paul and Timothy spoken to the Corinthians?--freely

11 Who has spoken freely to the Corinthians?--Paul and Timothy

11 To whom, have Paul and Timothy spoken freely?--the Corinthians

11 What did Paul and Timothy open wide to the Corinthians?--their hearts

11 How did Paul and Timothy open their hearts to the Corinthians?--wide

11 Who opened their hearts to the Corinthians?--Paul and Timothy

11 To whom, did Paul and Timothy open wide their hearts?--the Corinthians

12 What are Paul and Timothy not withholding from the Corinthians?--their affection

12 Who are not withholding their affection from the Corinthians?--Paul and Timothy

12 From whom, are Paul and Timothy not withholding their affection?--the Corinthians

12 What are the Corinthians withholding from Paul and Timothy?--their affection

12 Who are withholding their affection from Paul and Timothy?--the Corinthians

12 From whom, are the Corinthians withholding their affection?--Paul and Timothy

13 As a fair exchange, who speaks as to his children?--Paul

13 As a fair exchange, how does Paul speak?--as to his children

13 As a fair exchange, what are the Corinthians to do?--open wide their hearts also

13 As a fair exchange, what are the Corinthians to open wide?--their hearts

13 As a fair exchange, who is to open wide their hearts also?--the Corinthians

14 With whom, shouldn’t the Corinthians be yoked together?--unbelievers

14 Who should not be yoked together with unbelievers?--the Corinthians

14 Do not be what, with unbelievers?--yoked together

14 Paul asks: For what do righteousness and what have in common?--wickedness

14 Paul asks: For what do what and wickedness have in common?--righteousness

14 Paul asks: For what do righteousness and wickedness have in what?--common

14 Paul asks: What fellowship can what have with darkness?--light

14 Paul asks: What fellowship can light have with what?--darkness

14 Paul asks if light and darkness can have what?--fellowship

15 Paul asks: What harmony is there between whom and Belial?--Christ

15 Paul asks: What harmony is there between Christ and whom?--Belial

15 Paul asks if there is what between Christ and Belial?--harmony

15 What is the Greek variant of Belial?--Beliar

15 Paul asks: What does whom have in common with an unbeliever?--a believer

15 Paul asks: What does a believer have in common with whom?--an unbeliever

15 Paul asks: What does a believer have in what with an unbeliever?--common

16 Paul asks: What agreement is there between what and idols?--the temple of God

16 Paul asks: What agreement is there between the temple of God and what?--idols

16 Paul asks if there is what between the temple of God and idols?--agreement

16 Who are the temple of the living God?--we (believers)

16 Whom are we the temple of?--the living God

16 What has God said in Leviticus, Jeremiah, and Ezekiel?--"I will live with them and walk among them, and I will be their God, and they will be my people."

16 In what books is it written: "I will live with them and walk among them, and I will be their God, and they will be my people."?--Leviticus, Jeremiah, and Ezekiel

17 What is written in Isaiah and Ezekiel?--"'Therefore come out from them and be separate,' says the Lord. 'Touch no unclean thing, and I will receive you.'"

17 In what books is it written: "'Therefore come out from them and be separate,' says the Lord. 'Touch no unclean thing, and I will receive you.'"?--Isaiah and Ezekiel

18 What is written in 2nd Samuel?--"'I will be a father to you, and you will be my sons and daughters,' says the Lord Almighty."

18 In what book is it written: "'I will be a father to you, and you will be my sons and daughters,' says the Lord Almighty."?--2nd Samuel

Chapter 7Edit

1 Since we have what, dear friends, let us purify ourselves from everything that contaminates body and spirit?--these promises

1 Since we have these promises, let us do what?--purify ourselves from everything that contaminates body and spirit (perfecting holiness out of reverence for God)

1 Since we have these promises, let us purify ourselves from what?--everything that contaminates body and spirit

1 Perfecting holiness out of reverence from God, let us do what?--purify ourselves from everything that contaminates body and spirit

1 Perfecting what, let us purify ourselves from everything that contaminates body and spirit?--holiness out of reverence for God

2 For whom, should the Corinthians make room in their hearts?--Paul and Timothy

2 Who should make room in their hearts for Paul and Timothy?--the Corinthians

2 Where should the Corinthians make room for Paul and Timothy?--in their hearts

2 What should the Corinthians do in their hearts?--make room for Paul and Timothy

2 Who have wronged no one?--Paul and Timothy

2 Whom have Paul and Timothy wronged?--no one

2 Who have corrupted no one?--Paul and Timothy

2 Whom have Paul and Timothy corrupted?--no one

2 Who have exploited no one?--Paul and Timothy

2 Whom have Paul and Timothy exploited?--no one

2 What three things have Paul and Timothy done to no one?--wronged, corrupted, exploited

3 Who does not say this to condemn the Corinthians?--Paul

3 Paul does not say this to condemn whom?--the Corinthians

3 Paul does not say this to do what?--condemn the Corinthians

3 Who has said before that the Corinthians have such a place in Paul and Timothy’s hearts that they would live or die with the Corinthians?--Paul

3 What has Paul said before?--that the Corinthians have such a place in Paul and Timothy’s hearts that they would live or die with the Corinthians

4 In whom, does Paul have great confidence?--the Corinthians

4 Who has great confidence in the Corinthians?--Paul

4 Paul has great what, in the Corinthians?--confidence

4 In whom, does Paul take great pride?--the Corinthians

4 Who takes great pride in the Corinthians?--Paul

4 Paul takes great what, in the Corinthians?--pride

4 Who is greatly encouraged?--Paul

4 Paul is greatly what?--encouraged

4 In all our troubles, what does Paul’s joy know?--no bounds

4 What knows no bounds, in all our troubles?--Paul’s joy

4 When does Paul’s joy know no bounds?--in all our troubles

5 What had no rest, when Paul and Timothy came into Macedonia?--this body of ours (this body of Paul and Timothy’s)

5 This body of Paul and Timothy's had no what, when Paul and Timothy came into Macedonia?--rest

5 When did this body of Paul and Timothy's have no rest?--when Paul and Timothy came into Macedonia

5 Who were harassed at every turn?--Paul and Timothy

5 At every turn, what happened to Paul and Timothy?--They were harassed.

5 When were Paul and Timothy harassed?--at every turn

5 At every what, were Paul and Timothy harassed?--turn

5 What were on the outside at every turn?--conflicts

5 Where were conflicts at every turn?--on the outside

5 What were within at every turn?--fears

5 Where were fears at every turn?--within

6 Who comforts the downcast?--God

6 Whom did God comfort by the coming of Titus?--Paul and Timothy

6 Who comforted Paul and Timothy, by the coming of Titus?--God

6 By the coming of whom, God comforted Paul and Timothy?--Titus

6-7 How did God comfort Paul and Timothy?--by the coming of Titus (and not only by his coming but also by the comfort the Corinthians had given him)

7 Who had given Titus comfort?--the Corinthians

7 Whom had the Corinthians given comfort to?--Titus

7 Who told Paul and Timothy about the Corinthians’ longing, deep sorrow, and ardent concern for Paul?--Titus

7 What did Titus tell Paul and Timothy about?--the Corinthians’ longing, deep sorrow, and ardent concern for Paul

7 Who longed for Paul?--the Corinthians

7 Who had deep sorrow for Paul?--the Corinthians

7 Who had ardent concern for Paul?--the Corinthians

7 What did Titus do so that Paul’s joy was greater than ever?--He told Paul (and Timothy) about the Corinthians’ longing, deep sorrow, and ardent concern for Paul.

7 So that Paul’s joy was what, Titus told Paul and Timothy about the Corinthians’ longing, deep sorrow, and ardent concern for Paul?--greater than ever

7 Whose joy was greater than ever?--Paul’s

8 What does Paul not regret?--causing the Corinthians sorrow by his letter

8 Even if Paul caused the Corinthians what by his letter, he does not regret it?--sorrow

8 Even if Paul caused whom sorrow by his letter, he does not regret it?--the Corinthians

8 Though Paul did regret it, what did he see?--that his letter hurt the Corinthians, but only for a little while

8 What hurt the Corinthians, but only for a little while?--Paul’s letter

8 Whom did Paul’s letter hurt, but only for a little while?--the Corinthians

8 How long did Paul’s letter hurt the Corinthians?--only for a little while

8-9 Though Paul did regret it, what is he now?--happy

9 Who is happy now?--Paul

9 Not because what, is Paul now happy?--not because the Corinthians were made sorry

9 Who were made sorry?--he Corinthians

9 Because what, is Paul now happy?--The Corinthians’ sorrow led them to repentance.

9 Whose sorrow led them to repentance?--the Corinthians’

9 What did the Corinthians’ sorrow lead them to?--repentance

9 Who became sorrowful, as God intended?--the Corinthians

9 As God intended, what did the Corinthians become?--sorrowful

9 Who intended the Corinthians to become sorrowful?--God

9 Who were not harmed in any way by Paul and Timothy?--the Corinthians

9 By whom, were the Corinthians not harmed in any way?--Paul and Timothy

9 The Corinthians were not what by Paul and Timothy?--harmed (in any way)

10 What does Godly sorrow bring?--repentance that leads to salvation (and leaves no regret)

10 What brings repentance that leads to salvation and leaves no regret?--Godly sorrow

10 Repentance that leads to what, is brought by Godly sorrow?--salvation

10 What leaves no regret?--repentance that leads to salvation

10 What does worldly sorrow bring?--death

10 What brings death?--worldly sorrow

11 What did this Godly sorrow produce in the Corinthians?--earnestness, eagerness to clear themselves, indignation, alarm, longing, concern, readiness to see justice done

11 What has produced in the Corinthians earnestness, eagerness to clear themselves, indignation, alarm, longing, concern, and readiness to see justice done?--this Godly sorrow

11 When have the Corinthians proved themselves to be innocent in this matter?--at every point

11 At every point, what did the Corinthians do?--proved themselves to be innocent in this matter

11 The Corinthians have proved themselves to be what, in this matter?--innocent

12 Who wrote to the Corinthians?--Paul

12 To whom, did Paul write?--the Corinthians

12 Even though Paul wrote to the Corinthians, it was not on what of the one who did the wrong or of the injured party?--account

12 Of whom, were Paul’s writing not on account?--the one who did wrong or of the injured party

12 Before whom, could the Corinthians see for themselves how devoted to Paul and Timothy they are?--God

12 Who are devoted to Paul and Timothy?--the Corinthians

13 What are Paul and Timothy encouraged by?--all this

13 What are Paul and Timothy, by all this?--encouraged

13 In addition to what, were Paul and Timothy especially delighted to see how happy Titus was?--Paul and Timothy's own encouragement

13 In addition to their own encouragement, who were especially delighted to see how happy Titus was?--Paul and Timothy

13 What were Paul and Timothy, in addition to their own encouragement?--especially delighted to see how happy Titus was

13 What was Titus, because his spirit has been refreshed by all of the Corinthians?--happy

13 Who was happy, because his spirit has been refreshed by all of the Corinthians?--Titus

13 Why was Titus happy?--because his spirit has been refreshed by all of the Corinthians

14 Who had boasted to Titus about the Corinthians?--Paul

14 About whom, did Titus boast to Titus?--the Corinthians

14 To whom, did Paul boast about the Corinthians?--Titus

14 Paul had boasted to Titus about the Corinthians, and the Corinthians have not done what?--embarrassed Paul

14 Whom have the Corinthians not embarrassed?--Paul

14 Who have not embarrassed Paul?--the Corinthians

14 Everything Paul and Timothy said to the Corinthians was what?--true

14 Everything who, said to the Corinthians was true?--Paul and Timothy

14 But just as what, so Paul and Timothy’s boasting about the Corinthians proved to be true as well?--just as everything Paul and Timothy said to the Corinthians was true

14 What has proved to be true as well?--Paul and Timothy’s boasting about the Corinthians to Titus

14 What has Paul and Timothy’s boasting about the Corinthians to Titus proved to be as well?--true

15 Whose affection for the Corinthians is all the greater when he remembers that the Corinthians were all obedient?--Titus’s

15 Titus’s what, for the Corinthians is all the greater when he remembers that the Corinthians were all obedient?--affection

15 What is Titus’s affection for the Corinthians when remembers that the Corinthians were all obedient?--all the greater

15 When is Titus’s affection for the Corinthians all the greater?--when he remembers that the Corinthians were all obedient

15 The Corinthians were all obedient, receiving whom with fear and trembling?--Titus

15 By whom was Titus received with fear and trembling?--the Corinthians

15 With what, was Titus received by the Corinthians?--with fear and trembling

16 Who is glad he can have complete confidence in the Corinthians?--Paul

16 What is Paul glad that he can have?--complete confidence in the Corinthians

16 Paul is glad he can have complete confidence in whom?--the Corinthians

Chapter 8Edit

1 What grace did Paul and Timothy want the brothers to know about?--the grace that God has given the Macedonian churches

1 What did God give to the Macedonian churches that Paul and Timothy wanted the brothers to know about?--grace

1 To whom did God give grace that Paul and Timothy wanted the brothers to know about?--the Macedonian churches

2 Out of the most severe trial, what welled up in rich generosity?--the Macedonian churches' overflowing joy and their extreme poverty

2 Out of what did the Macedonian churches' overflowing joy and their extreme poverty well up?--out of the most severe trial

2 What welled up in rich generosity?--the Macedonian churches' overflowing joy and their extreme poverty

2 What poverty welled up in rich generosity?--extreme poverty

2 What joy welled up in rich generosity?--overflowing joy

3 What does Paul testify?--that the Macedonian churches gave as much as they were able, and even beyond their ability

3 How much did the Macedonian churches give?--as much as they were able, and even beyond their ability

3 Even beyond what did the Macedonian churches givetheir ability

3 Entirely on their own, what did the Macedonian churches urgently plead with Paul and Timothy for?--the privilege of sharing in this service to the saints

4 For what privilege did the Macedonian churches urgently plead?--the privilege of sharing in this service to the saints

4 The Macedonian churches urgently plead with Paul and Timothy for the privilege of sharing in what service?--this service to the saints

5 The Macedonian churches did not do as what?--Paul and Timothy expected

5 To whom did the Macedonian churches give themselves first?--the Lord

5 The Macedonian churches gave themselves first to the Lord and then to whom?--Paul and Timothy

5 In keeping with what, the Macedonian churches gave themselves first to the Lord and then to Paul and Timothy?--God's will

6 What did Paul and Timothy urge Titus to bring to completion?--this act of grace on the believers' part

6 What did Titus make earlier?--a beginning

6 Why did Paul and Timothy urge Titus to bring this act of grace on the believers' part to completion?--since he had earlier made a beginning

7 In what do the believers excel?--in everything (in faith, in speech, in knowledge, in complete earnestness, in their love for Paul and Timothy)

7 In their love for whom do the believers excel?--in their love for Paul and Timothy

7 In what grace should the believers see that they also excel?--in the grace of giving

7 Just as the believers excel in everything, they should see that they also excel in what?--this grace of giving

8 Paul wants to test the sincerity of what?--the believers' love

8 How does Paul want to test the sincerity of the believers' love?--by comparing it with the earnestness of others

8 With what does Paul want to compare the sincerity of the believers' love?--with the earnestness of others

8 What is Paul not doing to the believers, but he wants to test the sincerity of their love?--commanding them

8 What does Paul want to test?--the sincerity of the believers' love

9 Though he was rich, what did our Lord Jesus Christ become for the believers' sakes?--he became poor

9 What grace do the believers know?--the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ

9 Why did our Lord Jesus Christ become poor for the believers' sakes?--so that the believers through his poverty might become rich

9 Through what might the believers become rich?--through our Lord Jesus Christ's poverty

9 For whose sakes did our Lord Jesus Christ become poor?--for the believers' sakes

10 About what is Paul's advice?--about what is best for the believers in this matter

10 Last year, what were the believers first to do?--not only to give, but also to have the desire to do so

11 The believers are to finish what?--the work

11 Why are the believers to finish the work?--so that their eager willingness to do it may be matched by their completion of it, according to their means

11 What may the believers' eager willingness be matched by?--by their completion of the work

11 According to what, are the believers to finish the work?--according to their means

11 What may the believers' completion of the work match?--their eager willingness to do it

12 When is the gift acceptable according to what one has?--if the willingness is there

12 According to what is the gift acceptable?--according to what one has

12 The gift is acceptable not according to what?--not according to what one does not have

13 What is Paul and Timothy's desire not?--that others might be relieved while the believers are hard pressed

13 What is Paul and Timothy's desire?--that there might be equality

13 Paul and Timothy's desire is not that others might be relieved while the believers are what?--hard pressed

14 When will the believers' plenty supply what they need?--at the present time

14 At the present time what will the believers' plenty supply?--what others need

14 In turn, what will others' plenty supply?--what the believers need

14 When will there be equality?--at the present time the believers' plenty will supply what others need, so that in turn their will supply what the believers need

15 In what book is it written: "He who gathered much did not have too much, and he who gathered little did not have too little."?--Exodus

15 What did he who gathered much not have?--too much

15 What did he who gathered little not have?--too little

15 Who did not have too much?--he who gathered much

15 Who did not have too little?--he who gathered little

16 What did God put into the heart of Titus?--the same concern Paul has for the believers

16 Who put into the heart of Titus the same concern Paul has for the believers?--God

16 Who does Paul thank?--God

16 What concern did God put into the heart of Titus?--the same concern Paul has for the believers

17 What did Titus not only welcome?--Paul and Timothy's appeal

17 How is Titus coming to the believers?--with much enthusiasm and on his own initiative

17 What is Titus doing with much enthusiasm and on his own initiative?--coming to the Corinthians

17 On whose initiative is Titus coming to the believers?--on his own initiative

18 Who are Paul and Timothy sending along with Titus?--the brother who is praised by all the churches for his service to the gospel

18 For what service is the brother who is praised by all the churches praised?--his service to the gospel

18 By whom is the brother Paul and Timothy are sending along with Titus, praised?--all the churches

19 Who was chosen by the churches to accompany Paul and Timothy as they carry the offering?--the brother who is praised by all the churches for his service to the gospel

19 Why do Paul and Timothy administer the offering?--in order to honor the Lord himself and to show their eagerness to help

19 In order to honor whom do Paul and Timothy administer the offering?--the Lord himself

19 By whom was the brother who is praised by all the churches chosen to accompany Paul and Timothy as they carry the offering?--by the churches

19 In order to show what do Paul and Timothy administer the offering?--their eagerness to help

20 What do Paul and Timothy want to avoid?--any criticism of the way they administer this liberal gift

20 Paul and Timothy want to avoid any criticism of what?--of the way they administer this liberal gift

20 What kind of gift do Paul and Timothy administer?--liberal

21 What are Paul and Timothy taking pains to do?--what is right (not only in the eyes of the Lord, but also in the eyes of men)

21 Paul and Timothy are taking pains to do what is right in whose eyes?--the Lord's and men's (not only in the eyes of the Lord, but also in the eyes of men)

22 Who are Paul and Timothy sending with Titus and the brother who is praised by all the churches?--our brother who has often proved to us in many ways that he is zealous

22 What has Paul and Timothy's brother often proved to them in many ways?--that he is zealous

22 In whom does our brother who has often proved to us in many ways that he is zealous have great confidence?--in the believers

22 Who has great confidence in the believers?--our brother who has often proved to us in many ways that he is zealous

23 Who is Paul's partner and fellow worker among the believers?--Titus

23 Who are representatives of the churches and an honor to Christ?--the praised brother and the zealous brother

24 What should the believers show these men so that the churches can see it?--the proof of the believers' love and the reason for Paul and Timothy's pride in them

Chapter 9Edit

1 What is there no need for Paul to write to the believers about?--about this service to the saints

2 About what service is there no need for Paul to write?--this service to the saints

2 What has Paul been boasting about to the Macedonians?--about the believers' eagerness to help

2 Since when were the believers in Achaia ready to give?--since last year

2 What were the believers ready to do since last year?--give

2 Whose enthusiasm has stirred most of the Macedonians to action?--the believers' enthusiasm

2 Who has the believers' enthusiasm stirred to action?--most of the Macedonians

2 What has stirred most of the Macedonians to action?--the believers' enthusiasm

3 Why is Paul sending the brothers?--in order that Paul and Timothy's boasting about the believers in this matter should not prove hollow

3 What should not prove hollow?--Paul and Timothy's boasting about the believers in this matter

3 What did Paul say the believers would be?--ready

4 For if any Macedonians come with Paul and find the believers unprepared, who would be ashamed of having been so confident?--Paul and Timothy and the believers

5 Paul thought it necessary to urge the brothers to do what in advance?--to visit the believers and finish the arrangements for the generous gift the believers had promised

5 What arrangements did Paul urge the brothers to visit the believers in advance and finish?--the arrangements for the generous gift the believers had promised

5 Then it will be ready as a generous gift, not as one given how?--grudgingly

6 What should the believers remember?--Whoever sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and whoever sows generously will also reap generously

6 How will whoever sows sparingly also reap?--sparingly

6 How will whoever sows generously also reap?--generously

7 What should each man give?--what he has decided in his heart to give

7 How should each man not give?--reluctantly or under compulsion

7 What should each man not do reluctantly or under compulsion?--give

7 Whom does God love?--a cheerful giver

7 What kind of giver does God love?--a cheerful giver

8 What is God able to make abound to the believers?--all grace

8 How will God make all grace abound to the believers?--so that in all things at all times, having all that they need, the believers will abound in every good work

8 When will the believers abound in every good work?--at all times

8 In what will the believers abound?--in all things and in every good work

8 What will the believers have?--all that they need

9 In what book is it written: "He has scattered abroad his gifts to the poor; his righteousness endures forever."?--Psalms

9 Where has God scattered his gifts to the poor?--abroad

9 To whom has God scattered his gifts abroad?--the poor

9 What endures forever?--God's righteousness

9 How long does God's righteousness endure?--forever

10 What will he who supplies seed to the sower and bread for food also do?--supply and increase your store of seed and will enlarge the harvest of your righteousness

10 Who will also supply and increase your store of seed and will enlarge the harvest of your righteousness?--he who supplies seed to the sower and bread for food

10 What will he who supplies seed to the sower and bread for food also supply and increase?--your store of seed

10 What will he who supplies seed to the sower and bread for food enlarge?--the harvest of your righteousness

11 How will the believers be made rich?--in every way

11 Why will the believers be made rich in every way?--so that they can be generous on every occasion

11 When can the believers be generous?--on every occasion

11 Through whom will the believers' generosity result in thanksgiving to God?--through Paul and Timothy

11 What will the believers' generosity result in?--thanksgiving to God

12 What is not only supplying the needs of God's people, but is also overflowing in many expressions of thanks to God?--this service that the believers perform

12 What is this service that the believers perform doing?--It is not only supplying the needs of God's people, but it is also overflowing in many expressions of thanks to God.

12 What is this service that the believers perform supplying?--the needs of God's people

12 In what is this service that the believers perform overflowing?--in many expressions of thanks to God

13 Because of what will men praise God?--the service by which the believers have proved themselves

13 For what obedience will men praise God?--for the obedience that accompanies the believers' confession of the gospel of Christ

13 For what generosity will men praise God?--for the believers' generosity in sharing with them and with everyone else

13 What does the believers' obedience accompany?--their confession of the gospel of Christ

14 In what will men's hearts go out to the believers?--in their prayers for the believers

14 Because of what will men's hearts go out to the believers in their prayers for the believers?--because of the surpassing grace God has given the believers

15 Thanks be to God for what?--his indescribable gift

Chapter 10Edit

1 By what does Paul appeal to the believers?--by the meekness and gentleness of Christ

1 When is Paul timid?--when face to face with the believers

1 When is Paul bold?--when away from the believers

1 What is Paul when face to face with the believers?--timid

1 What is Paul when away from the believers?--bold

2 Paul begs the believers that when he comes he may not have to be what?--as bold as he expects to be toward some people who think that he and Timothy live by the standards of this world

2 By what standards do some people think that Paul and Timothy live?--the standards of this world

2 Toward whom does Paul expect to be bold?--toward some people who think that Paul and Timothy live by the standards of this world

3 How do Paul and Timothy not wage war?--as the world does

3 Though Paul and Timothy live in the world, how do they not wage war?--as the world does

3 What do Paul and Timothy not do as the world does?--wage war

4 What are the weapons Paul and Timothy fight with not?--the weapons of the world

4 What are not the weapons of the world?--the weapons Paul and Timothy fight with

4 On the contrary, what do the weapons Paul and Timothy fight with have divine power to do? --to demolish strongholds

4 On the contrary, what have divine power to demolish strongholds?--the weapons Paul and Timothy fight with

5 What do Paul and Timothy demolish?--arguments and every pretension that sets itself up against the knowledge of God

5 Paul and Timothy demolish every pretension that does what?--sets itself up against the knowledge of God

5 What do Paul and Timothy take captive?--every thought

5 Why do Paul and Timothy take captive every thought?--to make it obedient to Christ

6 What will Paul and Timothy be ready to punish?--every act of disobedience

6 Paul and Timothy will be ready to punish every act of disobedience once what is complete?--the believers' obedience

7 Only on what are the believers looking?--only on the surface of things

7 Who should consider again that Paul and Timothy belong to Christ just as much as he does?--if anyone is confident that he belongs to Christ

7 What should anyone who is confident that he belongs to Christ consider again?--that Paul and Timothy belong to Christ just as much as he

8 What will Paul not be ashamed of?--of boasting somewhat freely about the authority the Lord gave him and Timothy for building the believers up rather than pulling them down

8 What authority did the Lord give Paul and Timothy?--authority for building the believers up rather than pulling them down

8 The Lord gave Paul and Timothy authority for building the believers up rather than what?--rather than pulling them down

9 What does Paul not want to seem to be doing?--trying to frighten the believers with his letters

9 With what does Paul not want to seem to be trying to frighten the believers?--his letters

9 Whom does Paul not want to seem to be trying to frighten with his letters?--the believers

10 How do some say Paul's letters are?--weighty and forceful

10 How do some say Paul is in person?--unimpressive

10 What do some say Paul's speaking amounts to?--nothing

10 What do some say are weighty and forceful?--Paul's letters

10 Who do some say is unimpressive?--Paul

10 What do some say amounts to nothing?--Paul's speaking

11 What should such people realize?--that what Paul and Timothy are in their letters when they are absent, they will be in their actions when they are present

11 What will Paul and Timothy be in their actions when they are present?--what they are in their letters when they are absent

12 What do Paul and Timothy not dare to do?--classify or compare themselves with some who commend themselves

12 With whom, do Paul and Timothy not dare to classify or compare themselves?--with some who commend themselves

12 Who do not dare to classify or compare themselves with some who commend themselves?--Paul and Timothy

12 When are some who commend themselves not wise?--when they measure themselves by themselves and compare themselves with themselves

12 What do some who commend themselves measure themselves by?--themselves

12 What do some who commend themselves do by themselves?--measure

12 What do some who commend themselves do with themselves?--compare themselves with themselves

12 Who measure themselves by themselves?--some who commend themselves

12 Who compare themselves with themselves?--some who commend themselves

12 Who are not wise when they measure themselves by themselves and compare themselves with themselves?--some who commend themselves

13 What will Paul and Timothy, however, not do beyond proper limits?--boast

13 Who, however, will not boast beyond proper limits?--Paul and Timothy

13 What, however, will Paul and Timothy not boast beyond?--proper limits

13 To what, will Paul and Timothy confine their boasting?--to the field God has assigned to us (a field that reaches even to you)

13 What will Paul and Timothy confine to the field God has assigned them?--their boasting

13 Who has assigned a field to Paul and Timothy?--God

13 What is the field God has assigned to Paul and Timothy?--a field that reaches even to the Corinthians

13 What reaches even to the Corinthians?--the field God assigned to Paul and Timothy

13 Even to whom, does the field that God has assigned to Paul and Timothy reach?--the Corinthians

14 Who are not going too far in their boasting?--Paul and Timothy

14 What are Paul and Timothy not going too far in?--their boasting

14 In their boasting, what are Paul and Timothy not doing?--going too far

14 What would be the case if Paul and Timothy had not come to the Corinthians?--Paul and Timothy would be going too far in their boasting

14 If Paul and Timothy had not done what, they would be going too far in their boasting?--come to the Corinthians

14 Who did get as far as the Corinthians with the gospel of Christ?--Paul and Timothy

14 How far did Paul and Timothy get with the gospel of Christ?--as far as the Corinthians

14 With what, did Paul and Timothy get as far as the Corinthians?--with the gospel of Christ

15 What will Paul and Timothy not go beyond by boasting of work done by others?--their limits

15 Who will not go beyond their limits by boasting of work done by others?--Paul and Timothy

15 By doing what, will Paul and Timothy not go beyond their limits?--by boasting of work done by others

15 By boasting of what, will Paul and Timothy not go beyond their limits?--work done by others

15 What will Paul and Timothy not do by boasting of work done by others?--go beyond their limits

15 Whose limits will Paul and Timothy not go beyond by boasting of work done by others?--their limits (Paul and Timothy’s limits)

15 What is Paul and Timothy’s hope?--that as the Corinthians’ faith continues to grow, Paul and Timothy’s area of activity among the Corinthians will greatly expand

15 Whose hope is that as the Corinthians’ faith continues to grow, Paul and Timothy’s area of activity among the Corinthians will greatly expand?--Paul and Timothy’s hope

15 As whose faith continues to grow, Paul and Timothy hope that their area of activity among the Corinthians will greatly expand? --the Corinthians’

15 As what continues to grow, Paul and Timothy hope that their area of activity among the Corinthians will greatly expand?--the Corinthians’ faith

15 As the Corinthians’ faith continues to do what, Paul and Timothy hope that their area of activity among the Corinthians will greatly expand?--grow

15 Paul and Timothy’s hope is that whose area of activity among the Corinthians will greatly expand?--Paul and Timothy’s

15 What do Paul and Timothy hope will greatly expand?--their area of activity among the Corinthians

15 What do Paul and Timothy hope that their area of activity among the Corinthians will do?--greatly expand

15-16 So that Paul and Timothy can do what, their hope is that their area of activity among the Corinthians will greatly expand? --preach the gospel in the regions beyond the Corinthians

15-16 So that who can preach the gospel in the regions beyond the Corinthians, Paul and Timothy’s hope is that their area of activity among the Corinthians will greatly expand?--Paul and Timothy

16 In what regions can Paul and Timothy preach the gospel?--in the regions beyond the Corinthians

16 Who do not want to boast about work already done in another man’s territory?--Paul and Timothy

16 What do Paul and Timothy not want to boast about?--work already done in another man’s territory

16 What do Paul and Timothy not want to do about work done in another man’s territory?--boast

16 Paul and Timothy do not want to boast about work done where?--in another man’s territory

17 In what book is it written: "Let him who boasts, boast in the Lord."?--Jeremiah

17 Let him who boasts do what?--Boast in the Lord.

17 Let whom, boast in the Lord?--him who boasts

18 Who is not approved?--the one who commends himself

18 For it is not the one who commends himself who is what?--approved

18 For it is not the one who does what, who is approved?--commends himself

18 Who commends the one who is not approved?--he himself

18 Who is approved?--the one whom the Lord commends

18 Who commends the one that is approved?--the Lord

18 Whom does the Lord commend?--the one that is approved

18 What is the one whom the Lord commends?--approved

18 For it is not the one who commends himself who is approved, but whom?--the one whom the Lord commends

Chapter 11Edit

1 Who hopes that the Corinthians will put up with a little of his foolishness?--Paul

1 Who does Paul hope will put up with a little of his foolishness?--the Corinthians

1 What does Paul hope the Corinthians will do?--put up with a little of his foolishness

1 Paul hopes that the Corinthians will put up with what?--a little of his foolishness

1 Who are already putting up with a little of Paul’s foolishness?--the Corinthians

1 What are the Corinthians already doing?--putting up with a little of Paul’s foolishness

2 Who is jealous for the Corinthians with a godly jealousy?--Paul

2 What is Paul for the Corinthians with a godly jealousy?--jealous

2 For whom, is Paul jealous with a godly jealousy?--the Corinthians

2 With what, is Paul jealous for the Corinthians?--a godly jealousy

2 Who promised the Corinthians to one husband?--Paul

2 Paul promised whom, to one husband?--the Corinthians

2 Who did Paul promise the Corinthians to?--one husband, Christ

2 Who was the one husband Paul promised the Corinthians to?--Christ

2 Why did Paul promise the Corinthians to one husband, to Christ?--so that Paul might present the Corinthians as a pure virgin to him Christ

2 So that Paul might do what, did he promise the Corinthians to one husband?--present the Corinthians as a pure virgin t Christ

2 So that Paul might present the Corinthians as what to Christ, he promised them to one husband?--a pure virgin

2 To whom, might Paul present the Corinthians as a pure virgin?--to Christ

3 Who is afraid that just as Eve was deceived by the serpent’s cunning, the Corinthians minds may somehow be led astray from their sincere and pure devotion to Christ?--Paul

3 Who was deceived by the serpent’s cunning?--Eve

3 What was Eve deceived by?--the serpent’s cunning

3 Paul is afraid that whose minds may somehow be led astray from their sincere and pure devotion to Christ?--the Corinthians

3 From what, is Paul afraid the Corinthians’ minds may somehow be led astray?--the Corinthians’ sincere and pure devotion to Christ

3 Paul is afraid the Corinthians’ minds may somehow be what, from their sincere and pure devotion to Christ?--led astray

3 What is the Corinthians’ devotion to Christ?--sincere and pure

4 If someone comes to the Corinthians and preaches what, they will put up with it easily enough?--a Jesus other than the Jesus Paul and Timothy preached

4 If someone comes to whom, and preaches a Jesus other than the Jesus Paul and Timothy preached, they will receive it easily enough?--the Corinthians

4 How will the Corinthians put up with a Jesus other than the Jesus Paul and Timothy preached?--easily enough

4 If the Corinthians receive what spirit, they will put up with it easily enough?--a different spirit from the one they received

4 If who receive a different spirit from the one they received, they will put up with it easily enough?--the Corinthians

4 How will the Corinthians put up with a different spirit from the one they received?--easily enough

4 If the Corinthians receive what gospel, they will put up with it easily enough?--a different gospel from the one they accepted

4 If who receive a different gospel from the one they accepted, they will put up with it easily enough?--the Corinthians

4 How will the Corinthians put up with a different gospel from the one they accepted?--easily enough

4 What three things have the Corinthians put up with easily enough?--a Jesus other that the Jesus Paul and Timothy preached, a different spirit from the one they received, a different gospel from the one they accepted

5 Who does not think he is in the least inferior to those "super-apostles"?--Paul

5 To whom, does Paul not think he is in the least inferior to?--those "super-apostles"

5 In what, does Paul not think he is inferior to those "super-apostles"?--the least

5 Paul does not think he is in the least what, to those "super-apostles"?--inferior

6 Who may not be a trained speaker?--Paul

6 What may Paul not be?--trained speaker

6 Paul may not be a trained speaker, but what does he have?--knowledge

6 Who has knowledge?--Paul

6 Who have made this perfectly clear to the Corinthians in every way?--Paul and Timothy

6 What have Paul and Timothy made perfectly clear to the Corinthians in every way?--that Paul may not be a trained speaker, but he does have knowledge

6 How clear have Paul and Timothy made this to the Corinthians in every way?--perfectly clear

6 To whom, have Paul and Timothy made this perfectly clear in every way?--to the Corinthians

7 What did Paul do to himself in order to elevate the Corinthians by preaching the gospel of God to them free of charge?--lower

7 Who lowered himself in order to elevate the Corinthians by preaching the gospel of God to them free of charge?--Paul

7 In order to do what, did Paul lower himself?--in order to elevate the Corinthians (by preaching the gospel of God to them free of charge)

7 In order to elevate whom, did Paul lower himself?--the Corinthians

7 How did Paul elevate the Corinthians?--by preaching the gospel of God to them free of charge

7 What did Paul preach free of charge?--the gospel of God

7 How did Paul preach the gospel of God?--free of charge

7 Paul asks: Was it a what, for me to lower myself in order to elevate you?--sin

8 Who robbed other churches by receiving support from them so as to serve the Corinthians?--Paul

8 What did Paul do to other churches by receiving support from them so as to serve the Corinthians?--robbed

8 How did Paul rob other churches?--by receiving support from them (so as to serve the Corinthians)

8 Why did Paul rob other churches by receiving support from them?--so as to serve the Corinthians

8 So as to serve whom, Paul robbed other churches by receiving support from them?--the Corinthians

8 By receiving what from them, Paul robbed other churches so as to serve the Corinthians?--support

9 Why was Paul not a burden to anyone when he was with the Corinthians and needed something?--for the brothers who came from Macedonia supplied what Paul needed

9 Who supplied what Paul needed?--the brothers who came from Macedonia

9 When Paul was with whom, and needed something, he was not a burden?--the Corinthians

9 When who was with the Corinthians and needed something, he was not a burden?--Paul

9 What did the brothers who came from Macedonia supply?--what Paul needed

9 What did the brothers who came from Macedonia do?--supplied what Paul needed

9 Who was not a burden to anyone?--Paul

9 When was Paul not a burden to anyone?--when he was with the Corinthians and needed something

9 When Paul was with the Corinthians and needed something, he was not what to anyone?--a burden

9 Who has kept himself from being a burden to the Corinthians in any way?--Paul

9 What has Paul kept himself from being to the Corinthians?--a burden (in any way)

9 In what way, has Paul kept himself from being a burden to the Corinthians?--in any way

9 To whom, has Paul kept himself from being a burden in any way?--the Corinthians

9 What will Paul continue to do?--keep himself from being a burden to the Corinthians in any way

9 Who will continue to keep himself from being a burden to the Corinthians in any way?--Paul

10 As surely as what is in Paul, nobody in the regions of Achaia will stop this boasting of his?--the truth of Christ

10 Nobody where, will stop this boasting of Paul’s, as surely as the truth of Christ is in Paul?--in the regions of Achaia

10 Who will stop this boasting of Paul’s, as surely as the truth of Christ is in Paul?--nobody in the regions of Achaia

10 What will nobody in the regions of Achaia stop?--this boasting of Paul’s

10 What will nobody in the regions of Achaia do?--stop this boasting of Paul’s

11 What does God know Paul does?--loves the Corinthians

11 Who does God know Paul loves?--the Corinthians

11 Who knows Paul loves the Corinthians?--God

12 Who will keep on doing what he is doing in order to cut the ground from under those who want an opportunity to be considered equal with us in the things they boast about?--Paul

12 What will Paul do in order to cut the ground from under those who want an opportunity to be considered equal with us in the things they boast about?--He will keep on doing what he is doing.

12 To cut the ground from under whom, Paul will keep on doing what he is doing?--those who want an opportunity to be considered equal with us in the things they boast about

12 In order to do what, Paul will keep on doing what he is doing?--cut the ground from those who want an opportunity to be considered equal with us in the things they boast about

13 What are such men?--false apostles and deceitful workmen

13 Who are false apostles and deceitful workmen?--such men (refer to verse 12 for specifics)

13 What are such men doing?--masquerading as apostles of Christ

13 How are such men masquerading?--as apostles of Christ

13 Who are masquerading as apostles of Christ?--such men (who are false apostles and deceitful workmen; refer to verse 12 for specifics)

13 As apostles of whom, are such men masquerading?--Christ

14 No wonder, for who masquerades as an angel of light?--Satan himself

14 No wonder, what does Satan himself do?--masquerades as an angel of light

14 As whom, does Satan himself masquerade?--as an angel of light

15 What is not surprising, then?--if Satan’s servants masquerade as servants of righteousness

15 It is not what, then, if Satan’s servants masquerade as servants of righteousness?--surprising

15 If Satan’s servants do what, it is not surprising?--masquerade as servants of righteousness

15 It is not surprising if who masquerade as servants of righteousness?--Satan’s servants

15 As whom, is it not surprising if Satan’s servants masquerade?--as servants of righteousness

15 Whose end will be what their actions deserve?--Satan’s servants

15 What will Satan’s servants end be?--what their actions deserve

15 What will be what Satan’s servant’s actions deserve?--Satan’s servants’ end

16 What does Paul repeat?--"Let no one take me for a fool."

16 Let no one take whom for a fool?--Paul

16 Let no one take Paul for what?--a fool

16 How should the Corinthians receive Paul if they take him for a fool?--just as they would a fool

16 If the Corinthians take Paul for a fool, why should they receive him just as they would a fool?--so that Paul may do a little boasting

16 So that Paul may do what, if the Corinthians take Paul for a fool, they should receive him just as they would a fool?--do a little boasting

16 So that who may do a little boasting, if the Corinthians take Paul for a fool, they should receive his just as they would a fool?--Paul

17 In what kind of boasting is Paul not talking as the Lord would, but as a fool?--this self-confident boasting

17 Who is not talking as the Lord would, but as a fool in this self-confident boasting?--Paul

17 Paul is not doing what as the Lord would, in this self-confident boasting?--talking

17 Paul is not talking as who would, in this self-confident boasting?--the Lord

17 How is Paul not talking in this self-confident boasting?--as the Lord would

17 How is Paul talking in this self-confident boasting?--as a fool

18 What too will Paul do, since many are boasting in the way the world does?--boast

18 Who will boast, since many are boasting in the way the world does?--Paul

18 How are many boasting?--in the way the world does

18 Since many are doing what, Paul too will boast?--boasting in the way the world does

18 Who are boasting in the way the world does?--many

19 Whom will the Corinthians gladly put up with since they are so wise?--fools

19 Who gladly put up with fools, since they are so wise?--the Corinthians

19 How do the Corinthians put up with fools, since they are so wise?--gladly

19 Who are so wise?--the Corinthians

20 In fact, who even put up with anyone who enslaves them or exploits them or takes advantage of them or pushes himself forward or slaps them in the face?--the Corinthians

20 In fact, who do the Corinthians put up with?--anyone who enslaves them, exploits them, takes advantage of them, anyone who pushes himself forward, slaps them in the face

20 In fact, what do the Corinthians even do to anyone who enslaves them or exploits them or takes advantage of them or pushes himself forward or slaps them in the face?--put up with

21 To whose shame, Paul admits that Paul and Timothy were too weak for that?--Paul’s

21 Paul admits that who were too weak for that?--Paul and Timothy

21 What were Paul and Timothy too weak for?--putting up with anyone who enslaves them, exploits them, takes advantage of them, anyone who pushes himself forward, slaps them in the face

21 Who also dares to boast about what anyone else dares to boast about?--Paul

21 What does Paul also dare to boast about?--what anyone else dares to boast

21 Who dares to boast about what Paul also will dare to boast about?--anyone else

21 What is Paul doing as a fool?--speaking

22 If they are Hebrews, what is Paul?--a Hebrew

22 If they are Israelites, what is Paul?--an Israelite

22 If they are Abraham’s descendants, what is Paul?--a descendant of Abraham

23 If they are servants of Christ, what is Paul?--more

23 Who is out of him mind to talk like this?--Paul

23 What is Paul out of, to talk like this?--his mind

23 What has Paul done much harder?--worked

23 Who has worked much harder?--Paul

23 What has Paul done more frequently?--been in prison

23 Where has Paul been more frequently?--in prison

23 Who has been in prison more frequently?--Paul

23 What has Paul done more severely?--been flogged

23 Who has been flogged more severely?--Paul

23 What has Paul done again and again?--been exposed to death

23 Who has been exposed to death again and again?--Paul

23 When was Paul exposed to death?--again and again

24 How many times did Paul receive from the Jews the forty lashes minus one?--five times

24 What did Paul receive five times?--the forty lashes minus one from the Jews

24 From whom, did Paul receive the forty lashes minus one, five times?--the Jews

24 How many lashes did Paul receive from the Jews five times?--forty lashes minus one (thirty-nine)

25 How many times was Paul beaten with rods?--three times

25 What was Paul beaten with three times?--rods

25 Who was beaten with rods three times?--Paul

25 What two things happened three times to Paul?--beaten with rods, shipwrecked

25 How many times was Paul stoned?--once

25 What happened to Paul once?--He was stoned.

25 Who was stoned once?--Paul

25 How many times was Paul shipwrecked?--three

25 Who was shipwrecked three times?--Paul

25 How long did Paul spend in the open sea?--a night and a day

25 Where did Paul spend a night and a day?--in the open sea

25 Who spent a night and a day in the open sea?--Paul

26 Who has been constantly on the move?--Paul

26 What has Paul been constantly on?--the move

26 From what, has Paul been in danger?--rivers, bandits, his own countrymen, Gentiles, false brothers

26 Who has been in danger from rivers, bandits, his own countrymen, Gentiles, and false brothers?--Paul

26 What has Paul been in from rivers, bandits, his own countrymen, Gentiles, and false brothers?--danger

26 Where has Paul been in danger?--in the city, in the country, at sea

26 Who has been in danger in the city, in the country, and at sea?--Paul

26 Paul has been in what, in the city, in the country, and at sea?--in danger

27 Who has labored and toiled?--Paul

27 Paul has labored and what?--toiled

27 Paul has done what and toiled?--labored

27 Who has often gone without sleep?--Paul

27 What has Paul often gone without?--sleep and food

27 Who has often gone without food?--Paul

27 What has Paul known?--hunger and thirst

27 Who has know hunger and thirst?--Paul

27 Paul has known hunger and what?--thirst

27 Paul has known what and thirst?--hunger

27 Who has been cold and naked?--Paul

27 Paul has been cold and what?--naked

27 Paul has been what and naked?--cold

28 Besides everything else, what does Paul face daily?--the pressure of his concern for all the churches

28 Besides what, Paul faces daily the pressure of his concern for all the churches?--everything else

28 Besides everything else, who faces daily the pressure of his concern for all the churches?--Paul

28 Paul faces daily the pressure of his concern for whom?--all the churches

29 Paul asks: Who is weak, and I do not feel what?--weak

29 Paul asks: Who is what, and I do not feel weak?--weak

29 Paul asks: Who is led into sin, and I do not do what?--inwardly burn

29 Paul asks: Who is what, and I do not inwardly burn?--led into sin

30 If Paul must boast, what will he boast of?--the things that show his weakness

30 Who will boast of the things that show his weakness?--Paul

30 If Paul must do what, he will boast of the things that show his weakness?--boast

30 Paul will boast of things that show what, if he must boast?--his weakness

30 Paul will boast of the things that show whose weakness?--Paul’s

31 Who knows that Paul is not lying?--the God and Father of the Lord Jesus (who is to be praised forever)

31 What does the God and Father of the Lord Jesus know?--that Paul is not lying

31 How long is the God and Father of the Lord Jesus to be praised?--forever

31 Who is to be praised forever?--the God and Father of the Lord Jesus

31 Who does the God and Father of the Lord Jesus know is not lying?--Paul

32 Where did the governor under King Aretas have the city guarded in order to arrest Paul?--in Damascus

32 In Damascus, who had the city guarded in order to arrest Paul?--the governor under King Aretas

32 What did the governor under King Aretas have guarded?--the city of the Damascenes

32 The governor under whom, had the city of the Damascenes guarded?--King Aretas

32 Whom under King Aretas had the city of the Damascenes guarded?--the governor

32 Why did the governor under King Aretas have the city of the Damascenes guarded?--in order to arrest Paul

32 In order to do what, did the governor have the city of the Damascenes guarded?--arrest Paul

32 The governor under King Aretas had the city of whom guarded in order to arrest Paul?--the Damascenes

33 Who was lowered in a basket from a window in the wall?--Paul

33 What was Paul lowered in?--a basket

33 From where, was Paul lowered in a basket?--from a window in the wall

33 Who slipped through the governor’s hands?--Paul

33 How did Paul slip through the governor under King Aretas’s hands?--by being lowered in a basket from a window in the wall

33 Through what, did Paul slip?--the governor under King Aretas’s hands

33 Through what in the wall was Paul lowered in a basket?--a window

Chapter 12Edit

1 What must Paul go on doing?--boasting

1 Who must go on boasting?--Paul

1 Although there is nothing to be gained, what will Paul go on to?--visions and revelations from the Lord

1 Although there is what to be gained, Paul will go on to visions and revelations from the Lord?--nothing

1 Who will go on to visions and revelations from the Lord?--Paul

1 Paul will go on to visions and revelations from whom?--the Lord

1 Paul will go on to what from the Lord?--visions and revelations

2 Who does Paul know, who fourteen years ago was caught up into the third heaven?--a man in Christ

2 How many years ago was a man in Christ that Paul knows caught up to the third heaven?--fourteen years ago

2 Fourteen years ago, who was caught up to the third heaven?--a man in Christ that Paul knows

2 To what heaven was a man in Christ that Paul knows caught up?--to the third heaven

2 What does Paul not know, but God knows?--whether the man caught up to the third heaven was in the body or out of the body

2,4 Up to where was this man caught up?--the third heaven, paradise

3-4 What does Paul know?--that this man was caught up to paradise

4 What did the man in Christ who Paul knows hear?--inexpressible things

4 Who heard inexpressible things?--the man in Christ who Paul knows

4 What is man not permitted to tell?--the inexpressible things that the man in Christ that Paul knows heard

4 What is man not permitted to do with the inexpressible things that the man in Christ that Paul knows heard?--to tell them

5 Who will Paul boast about?--a man like the man in Christ that Paul knows

5 Who will Paul not boast about, except about his weaknesses?--himself

5 Except about what, will Paul not boast about himself--except about his weaknesses

6 When would Paul not be a fool?--even if he should choose to boast

6 Even if he should choose to boast, what would Paul not be?--a fool

6 Why would Paul not be a fool, even if he should choose to boast?--because he would be speaking the truth

6 What does Paul do so no one will think more of him than is warranted by what he does or says?--He refrains from boasting.

6 Why does Paul refrain from boasting?--so no one will think more of him than is warranted by what he does or says

6 Paul refrains from boasting so no one will think what?--more of him than is warranted by what he does or says

6 Paul refrains so no one will think more of him than is warranted by what?--what he does or says

7 What was Paul given in his flesh to keep him from becoming conceited because of these surpassingly great revelations?--a thorn

7 Paul was given a thorn in his flesh to keep him from becoming conceited because of what?--because of these surpassingly great revelations

7 To keep him from becoming what, Paul was given a thorn in his flesh?--conceited

7 What are surpassingly great?--these revelations

7 What is a messenger of Satan?--the thorn in Paul's flesh

7 What was Paul given to torment him?--a thorn in his flesh, a messenger of Satan

8 How many times did Paul plead with the Lord to take the thorn in his flesh away from him?--three times

8 What did Paul plead with the Lord to take away from him three times?--the thorn in Paul's flesh

9 What did the Lord say to Paul?--"My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness."

9 What is sufficient for Paul?--the Lord's grace

9 What is made perfect in weakness?--the Lord's power

9 For whom is the Lord's grace sufficient?--Paul

9 Whose power is made perfect in weakness?--the Lord's power

9 In what is the Lord's power made perfect?--in weakness

9 Therefore, what will Paul boast all the more gladly about?--his weaknesses

9 Why will Paul boast all the more gladly about his weaknesses?--so that Christ's power may rest on him

9 So that whose power may rest on Paul, will Paul boast all the more gladly about his weaknesses?--Christ's power

10 For Christ's sake, what does Paul delight in?--weaknesses, insults, hardships, persecutions, and difficulties

10 For whose sake does Paul delight in weaknesses, in insults, in hardships, in persecutions, in difficulties?--for Christ's sake

10 When is Paul strong?--when he is weak

10 What is Paul when he is weak?--strong

11 What did Paul make of himself?--a fool

11 Who drove Paul to make a fool of himself?--the Corinthians

11 Who ought to have been commended by the Corinthians?--Paul

11 By whom ought Paul to have been commended?--the Corinthians

11 Why ought Paul to have been commended by the Corinthians?--for he is not in the least inferior to the "super-apostles"

11 To whom is Paul not in the least inferior?--to the "super-apostles"

11 Who is not in the least inferior to the "super-apostles"?--Paul

11 What is Paul not in the least?--inferior to the "super-apostles"

11 Even though Paul is what, he is not in the least inferior to the "super-apostles"?--nothing

12 What are the things that mark an apostle?--signs, wonders, and miracles

12 With what were the things that mark an apostle - signs, wonders, and miracles - done among the Corinthians?--with great perseverance

12 What are signs, wonders, and miracles?--things that mark an apostle

13 Paul asks how the Corinthians were inferior to the other churches except that what?--Paul was never a burden to them

13 To whom was Paul never a burden?--to the Corinthians

13 Paul asks how the Corinthians were inferior to whom?--the other churches

13 Paul asks how the Corinthians were what to the other churches?--inferior

13 Paul says: Forgive me what?--this wrong

13 What wrong does Paul ask the Corinthians to forgive him of?--this wrong (that was never a burden to the Corinthians)

14 Now whom is Paul ready to visit for the third time?--the Corinthians

14 When is Paul ready to visit the Corinthians for the third time?--now

14 Now what is Paul ready to do for the third time?--visit the Corinthians

14 Who will not be a burden to the Corinthians?--Paul

14 To whom will Paul not be a burden?--the Corinthians

14 What will Paul not be to the Corinthians?--a burden

14 Why will Paul not be a burden to the Corinthians?--because what Paul wants is not the Corinthians' possessions, but them

14 What does Paul not want?--the Corinthians' possessions

14 Whose possessions does Paul not want?--the Corinthians' possessions

14 What does Paul want?--the Corinthians

14 After all, what should children not have to do?--save up for their parents

14 After all, who should not have to save up for their parents?--children

14 After all, who should have to save up for their children?--parents

14 For whom should children not have to save up?--their parents

15 What will Paul very gladly do?--spend for the Corinthians everything he has and expend himself as well

15 For whom will Paul very gladly spend everything he has and expend himself as well?--the Corinthians

15 What will Paul very gladly spend for the Corinthians?--everything he has

15 Who will Paul expend for the Corinthians?--himself

15 Paul asks if he loves the Corinthians more, will they love him how?--less

16 Be that as it may, who has not been a burden to the Corinthians?--Paul

16 Be that as it may, to whom has Paul not been a burden?--the Corinthians

16 Yet, crafty fellow that he is, by what did Paul catch the Corinthians?--trickery

16 Yet, crafty fellow that he is, what did Paul do to the Corinthians by trickery?--caught them

16 What kind of fellow is Paul?--crafty

17 Paul asks if he did what to the Corinthians by any of the men he sent them?--exploited them

17 Paul asks if he exploited the Corinthians through whom?--through any of the men he sent them

18 Who did Paul urge to go to the Corinthians?--Titus

18 What did Paul do to Titus?--urged him to go to the Corinthians

18 Who did Paul send with Titus?--our brother

18 Titus did not do what to the believers?--exploit them

18 In what spirit did Paul and Timothy act?--in the same spirit (as Titus and the brother with him)

18 What course did Paul and Timothy follow?--the same course (as Titus and the brother with him)

19 Paul asks if the Corinthians have been thinking all along that he and Timothy have been doing what?--defending themselves to the Corinthians

19 Paul asks if the Corinthians have been thinking what all along?--that he and Timothy have been defending themselves to the Corinthians

19 How have Paul and Timothy been speaking?--in the sight of God as those in Christ

19 In whose sight have Paul and Timothy been speaking as those in Christ?--the sight of God

19 In the sight of God, as whom, have Paul and Timothy been speaking?--as those in Christ

19 For what is everything that Paul and Timothy do?--for the Corinthians' strengthening

19 What is for the Corinthians' strengthening?--everything that Paul and Timothy do

19 What kind of friends are the Corinthians?--dear friends

20 What is Paul afraid of?--that when he comes he may not find the Corinthians as he wants them to be and that they may not find him as they want him to be

20 When might Paul not find the Corinthians as he wants them to be?--when he comes to them

20 How may Paul not find the Corinthians?--as he wants them to be

20 How may the Corinthians not find Paul?--as they want him to be

20 What does Paul fear that there may be?--quarreling, jealousy, outbursts of anger, factions, slander, gossip, arrogance and disorder

20 Paul fears that there may be outbursts of what?--anger

21 Paul is afraid what will happen when he comes again?--that his God will humble him before the Corinthians, and he will be grieved over many who have sinned earlier and have not repented of the impurity, sexual sin and debauchery in which they have indulged

21 What is Paul afraid his God will do to him when he comes again?--humble him before the Corinthians

21 Before whom is Paul afraid his God will humble him when he comes again?--the Corinthians

21 Over whom is Paul afraid he will be grieved when he comes again?--over many who have sinned earlier and have not repented of the impurity, sexual sin and debauchery in which they have indulged

21 Of what have many who have sinned earlier not repented?--of the impurity, sexual sin and debauchery in which they have indulged

21 In what have many who have sinned earlier and have not repented indulged?--impurity, sexual sin, debauchery

Chapter 13Edit

1 Which visit to the Corinthians will Paul's visit be?--Paul's third visit

1 In what book is it written: "Every matter must be established by the testimony of two or three witnesses."?--Deuteronomy

1 What must be established by the testimony of two or three witnesses?--every matter

1 By what must every matter be established?--the testimony of two or three witnesses

1 By the testimony of how many witnesses must every matter be established?--by the testimony of two or three witnesses

2 When did Paul already give the Corinthians a warning?--when he was with them a second time

2 What did Paul do when he was with the Corinthians a second time?--already gave them a warning

2 What does Paul now repeat while absent?--a warning

2 When does Paul now repeat a warning?--while absent

2 What will Paul not do on his return?--spare those who sinned earlier or any of the others

2 When will Paul not spare those who sinned earlier or any of the others?--on his return

2 Who will Paul not spare?--those who sinned earlier or any of the others

3 What are the Corinthians demanding?--proof that Christ is speaking through Paul

3 What proof are the Corinthians demanding?--proof that Christ is speaking through Paul

3 The Corinthians are demanding proof that who is speaking through Paul?--Christ

3 Who is not weak in dealing with the Corinthians?--Christ

3 In what is Christ not weak?--in dealing with the Corinthians

3 Among whom is Christ powerful?--the Corinthians

3 Who is powerful among the Corinthians?--Christ

3 What is Christ among the Corinthians?--powerful

3 Christ is not weak in dealing with the Corinthians, but what?--powerful among them

4 For to be sure, Christ was crucified in what?--weakness

4 In what was Christ crucified?--weakness

4 By what does Christ live?--God's power

4 Who lives by God's power?--Christ

4 Likewise, who are weak in Christ?--Paul and Timothy

4 Likewise, by whose power will Paul and Timothy live with Christ to serve the Corinthians?--by God's power

4 Paul and Timothy will live with Christ to serve whom?--the Corinthians

4 With whom will Paul and Timothy live?--Christ

5 Why should the Corinthians examine themselves?--to see whether they are in the faith

5 What two things should the Corinthians do to themselves?--examine themselves, test themselves

5 Paul asks if the Corinthians do not realize what?--that Christ Jesus is in them

5 Paul asks if the Corinthians do not realize that Christ Jesus is in them unless what?--unless, of course, they fail the test

6 What does Paul trust?--that the Corinthians will discover that Paul and Timothy have not failed the test

6 What does Paul trust that the Corinthians will discover?--that Paul and Timothy have not failed the test

6 Paul trusts that the Corinthians will discover that who has not failed the test?--Paul and Timothy

7 What do Paul and Timothy pray to God?--that the Corinthians will not do anything wrong

7 Paul and Timothy pray to God that the Corinthians will not do what?--anything wrong

7 Who prays to God that the Corinthians will not do anything wrong?--Paul and Timothy

7 Paul and Timothy pray to God that who will not do anything wrong?--the Corinthians

7 Why do Paul and Timothy pray to God that the Corinthians will not do anything wrong?--so that the Corinthians will do what is right, even thought Paul and Timothy may seem to have failed

7 What is not Paul and Timothy's reason for praying to God that the Corinthians will not do anything wrong?--not that people will see that Paul and Timothy have stood the test

7 Even though Paul and Timothy may seem to have done what, they pray that the Corinthians will do what is right?--failed

8 Against what, cannot Paul and Timothy do anything?--the truth

8 Paul and Timothy cannot do anything against the truth, but only for what?--the truth

9 When are Paul and Timothy glad?--whenever Paul and Timothy are weak but the Corinthians are strong

9 Paul and Timothy are glad whenever they are weak, but the Corinthians are what?--strong

9 What are Paul and Timothy whenever they are weak but the Corinthians are strong?--glad

9 Paul and Timothy are glad whenever they are weak but who is strong?--the Corinthians

9 What is Paul and Timothy's prayer?--for the Corinthians' perfection

9 For whose perfection is Paul and Timothy's prayer?--the Corinthians' perfection

10 Why does Paul write these things when he is absent?--so that when he comes, he may not have to be harsh in his use of authority

10 When does Paul write these things?--when he is absent

10 What may Paul not have to be when he comes?--harsh in his use of authority

10 In what may Paul not have to be harsh when he comes?--in his use of authority

10 In his use of what may Paul not have to be harsh when he comes?--in his use of authority

10 For what did the Lord give Paul authority?--for building the Corinthians up

10 For what did the Lord not give Paul authority?--tearing the Corinthians down

11 What should the Corinthians aim for?--perfection

11 What should the Corinthians listen to?--Paul's appeal

11 Of what mind should the Corinthians be?--one mind

11 In what should the Corinthians live?--peace

11 Who will be with the Corinthians?--the God of love and peace

11 The God of what will be with the Corinthians?--the God of love and peace

12 How should the Corinthians greet one another?--with a holy kiss

12 Who should the Corinthians greet with a holy kiss?--one another

13 Who send their greetings?--all the saints

13 What do all the saints send?--their greetings

14 May what be with you all?--the grace of the Lord Jesus Christ, the love of God, the fellowship of the Holy Spirit

14 May whose grace be with you all?--the Lord Jesus Christ's

14 May the what of the Lord Jesus Christ be with you all?--the grace

14 May whose love be with you all?--God's

14 May the what of God be with you all?--love

14 May whose fellowship be with you all?--the Holy Spirit's

14 May the what of the Holy Spirit be with you all?--the fellowship

14 With whom may the grace of the Lord Jesus Christ, and the love of God, and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit be?--with you all (the Corinthians)

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