Second letter to the Corinthians

The second letter to the Corinthians urges followers of Christ to be forgiving, loving, conciliatory, and encouraging to one another.  It counsels them to help restore those who have repented and turned away from unrighteousness, to be diligent in pursuit of righteousness.

The letter also cautions followers of Christ to avoid being involved with those who profess to be believers, but who are continuing to live unrighteously.  Instead, followers should be generous in giving cheerfully to righteous causes, and to prepare themselves to one day stand before the righteous judge.

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