"Although Paul was a Jew trained in the law, he understood that the church in Corinth was largely made up of Gentile believers. Interestingly, unlike how he was raised, Paul wrote to them as family members. He gives them instructions on giving as well as his travels plans, as he desired to see them. Paul took the letters he wrote to the churches
very seriously. He understood the power that the Church would have in the future, and worked hard to keep it focused in the right direction. Giving was a big part of training. Jewish culture understood giving to God but the pagan culture did not. Paul is careful to point out to the believers in Corinth that they should always pay attention to the way they give and why. As believer’s today when we give to our church or to a ministry, we are
giving to God's work.
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