Second Corinthians paints a detailed portrait of God’s servants that stands in stark contrast with the world’s superficial snapshot of leadership. In this letter, Paul teaches us that God works through humble servants, the weak and the frail, to display the glories of his power and sufficiency of his grace.
The age of celebrity: Truth takes a backseat to results. The church grotesquely mutates from a serving community into a gathering of spectators. And even for those churches unwilling to follow the showmen and turn a blind eye to the heretical, there is still a price to be paid in all of this.