Paul’s second letter to the Corinthians bares the hallmarks of a personal reflection. As he conveys to his audience the central focus of his faith, in the same breath, he also communicates the depth of his challenges.
At every turn, where his weaknesses and struggles are an everyday reality, he testifies to the power of God lurking in the background, waiting to manifest.
In an age where people are primally seeking to be rich in context to money, choice and time, our pursuit must seek after a greater treasure, the ‘knowledge of God’s glory displayed in the face of Christ.’ The revelation of God is outlined in scripture, confirmed in the Spirit and is evident by the power God has displayed in the created order and redemptive act in Christ Jesus.
We hold this treasure in Christ in vulnerable ‘jars of clay’. Our lives are susceptible and vulnerable to harm, toil and danger, yet we can become with this great power from God.
Our weakness should never be an excuse for why we haven’t, but an opportunity to see God’s power in action, to the glory of his name.
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