2 Cor. 2:14-17
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson introduces a short series of messages devoted to the nature of the Apostle Paul's ministry. Dr. Johnson uses a passage from the Apostle's later letter to Corinth to discuss what Paul saw as the essentials of his service.
2 Cor. 3:1-11
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson discusses Paul's explanation of his ministry as being one that supercedes the law of the Ancient Hebrews.
2 Cor. 3:12-18
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson comments on the glory form which the Apostle Paul drew his confidence in God's relationship with man as a result of Christ's sacrifice.
2 Cor. 4:1-16
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson comments on Paul's words about his sufferings on behalf of the gospel of Christ. Dr. Johnson points out who Paul saw as the true adversary to his ministry.
2 Cor. 4:16
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson discusses Paul's focus during his sufferings.
2 Cor. 5:11
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson explains Pauls commitment to the ministry of the gospel as one "constrained by Christ's love."
2 Cor. 5:11
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson continues his examination of what Paul states bound him to ministry and made him an ambassador of Christ.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson comments on Paul's philosophy of a Christian winner.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson introduces his exposition of the Epistle to the Romans as the way in which the Apostle Paul unfolds God's method for man's salvation.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson explains how Paul's letter to the Roman church is not directed towards the vices, corruption and slavery of that city, but is directed to the gospel and mankind's most fundamental need of salvation.