2 Corinthians 11

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The Apostle Paul was writing to tell us how he suffered many dangers, problems and persecution while he was spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ. Also, Satan and his demons were taking control of certain men who came into the meetings of the church. These men pretended to be apostles and they preached a false message. Their message did not agree with what the Spirit of God taught through the writings of Paul. If you want to follow Jesus, you must agree that the teachings of Paul are the commandments of the Lord. Because Paul wrote the truth that God told him to write, we should practice the way he teaches us in the Bible. As you practice the truth from Jesus which Paul taught, you might also expect to suffer persecution and other problems like he did.
1. It is important to remember that Paul was one of the very chiefest __________.   2 Corinthians 11:___
2. Paul abased or humbled himself in order to preach the gospel of God __________.   2 Corinthians 11:___
3. Paul received money from other churches for his support but not from the Corinthians, because he wanted to keep himself from being __________ to them.   2 Corinthians 11:___
4. Deceitful workers who transform themselves to look like apostles of Christ are really __________ apostles.   2 Corinthians 11:___
5. Satan tricks many Christians by pretending to be a preacher of the Bible. He turns himself into an angel of __________ and teaches false ideas.   2 Corinthians 11:___