S E C O N D C O R I N T H I A N
In this chapter we have an account, I. Of the
constancy of the apostle and his fellow-labourers in their work.
Their constancy in declared (ver.
1), their sincerity is vouched (ver. 2), an objection is obviated (ver. 3, 4), and their integrity
proved, ver. 5-7. II. Of
their courage and patience under their sufferings. Where see what
their sufferings were, together with their allays (ver. 8-12), and what it was that
kept them from sinking and fainting under them, ver. 13, to the end.