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Download Broadman Bible Commentary: 2 Corinthians to Philemon v. 11 eBook
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2 Corinthians 11 New International Version (NIV). 11 I hope you will put up with me in a little foolishness.

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2 Corinthians 6:11–7:1. We trust that he will keep us safe in the future. Paul warns against union with those who do not give honour to God. · 2 Corinthians 7:2-16. v11 You will help us as you pray for us. Many who help us will give thanks for God’s kindness. He has shown us this in answer to the prayers of many people. Where Paul uses ‘we’ in this book he refers to himself. He felt crushed (completely destroyed) like someone whom a judge would punish with death. We are not sure what this trouble was.