2 Corinthians 12:1-10
Isaiah 8:1 – Mahershalalhashbaz is the longest name in the Old Testament. The name means – “Hurry to the spoils!” Soon the Northern Kingdom of Israel would be wiped out.
Isaiah 8:12-13 – Military alliances would not deliver Judah, but the LORD himself!
Isaiah 8:19 – Under Mosaic code – what was the punishment for wizards? (Luke 20:27). Why try to communicate to the dead – seek the Living God!
Isaiah 8:20 – An Old Testament warning to search things according to the Law. Deuteronomy 13:2-3 says even if the wizard does wonders, do not listen.
Isaiah 9:2 – Who is this light? It comes from one who is faithful to the Law (Isaiah 8:20). It is the glory of the LORD (Isaiah 60:1).
Isaiah 9:6 – What kind of child is this that is called The mighty God? The everlasting Father? That will sit upon the throne of David? If a child is the Mighty God – then He is God With Us, Immanuel. This is the promise of Isaiah 7:14 – the child of a virgin would be the Everlasting Father!
2 Corinthians 12:1 – Paul is very personal in this letter. Not so much doctrine and teaching but humbly imploring his beloved Corinthians.
2 Corinthians 12:2 – If there is a third heaven, there must be a first heaven and a second heaven. You can see the first heaven in an airplane, this is where our weather comes from (Genesis 7:11). You can see the second heaven in a spaceship, this is where the planets and stars are (Nehemiah 9:6). But to see the third heaven, you must go with Jesus, this is where God the Father is.
2 Corinthians 12:7 – What is the thorn in the flesh? Whatever it was, he besought the Lord that it might depart (2 Corinthians 12:8). Interestingly the only other time Paul uses the word “depart” in his epistles to the Corinthians is in relation to a wife departing her husband (1 Corinthians 7:10-11).
Psalm 55:17 – How often does God hear your voice?
Proverbs 23:4 – What is your goal in life? Riches are fleeting (Proverbs 23:5).
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