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  1. In verse 1, Paul mentions the principle of establishing a charge against someone on the evidence of two or three witnesses. How does this principle relate to accountability within the Christian community today?
  2. Reflecting on verse 5, which encourages self-examination, how do you practically apply this concept in your daily life as a follower of Christ?
  3. In verse 11, Paul urges the Corinthians to aim for restoration, comfort, and unity. How can we foster these qualities within our local church and the broader Christian community?
  4. Verse 14 speaks of the Trinitarian concept of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. How does this deep understanding of the Godhead impact your worship and relationship with God?
  5. Paul mentions his desire for the Corinthians to “become mature” in verse 9. What steps can believers take to grow in maturity in their faith journey?
  6. The chapter emphasizes the power of Christ working within believers, even in their weaknesses (verse 4). Share an experience where you felt Christ’s strength in a moment of personal weakness.
  7. In verse 8, Paul mentions his authority for building up and not for tearing down. How can leaders in the church today exercise their authority in a way that builds up the body of Christ?
  8. Reflecting on verse 6, discuss the balance between having confidence in our faith and remaining humble in our understanding of God’s truth.
  9. The closing exhortation in verses 12-13 emphasizes greetings with a holy kiss. How does cultural context impact the way we express love and unity in our church gatherings today?
  10. Considering the theme of joy in verse 11, share specific ways in which the joy of the Lord has been a source of strength and endurance in your life