Ecs Anointed, Filled, and Gifted (1 Corinthians 12) (Exegetical Commentary Series)
Study the book of Corinthians one chapter at a time and discover all the riches of Scripture that Paul expounded to the Church of Corinth.A comprehensive study of the work of the Holy Spirit in the church as well as...
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Study the book of Corinthians one chapter at a time and discover all the riches of Scripture that Paul expounded to the Church of Corinth.A comprehensive study of the work of the Holy Spirit in the church as well as in the life of the individual believer.Controversial and confusing aspects are clarified and explained.
In the days of the apostle Paul, Corinth was the capital city of the Roman province of Achaia and the glory of Greece. Though its great ancient splendor had been destroyed by the Romans in 120 B.C., the city was rebuilt under Julius Caesar and restored to wealth and luxury under Augustus. Among all the cities of the world, however, it was most well known for its lewdness. The apostle Paul lived in Corinth for eighteen months (Acts 18:11). After his departure, Paul went to Ephesus. During this three-year stay there, he heard reports of wickedness and division within the Corinthian church. In an effort to correct these evils, Paul wrote several letters to them, including the epistle of First Corinthians.^
Author, biblical scholar and businessman Spiros Zodhiates was born in Cyprus in the 1920s. He worked with the American Mission to the Greeks and has helped raise a great deal of money for food and money for Greek children. He has established more than 20 orphanages, and his organisation is active in over fifty countries, including a Bible school in Indonesia and leper colonies in India. He has written or edited more than 50 books and reference works.