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Commentary on 1 Corinthians

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16.1–12 :The collection, travel plans, and Apollos.

1–4 :

Now concerning, see 7.1n. The collection for the saints in Jerusalem from the Gentile assemblies indicates the economic dimension of this international movement. See Gal 2.10; 2 Cor 8–9; Rom 15.25–29 .

5 :

Acts 19.21 .

8–9 :

Acts 18.19–20; 19.8–10,20,23–27 .

10 :

Timothy, see 4.17n.

12 :

Perhaps Paul and Apollos (see Introduction) had a tacit understanding that the latter would not return to Corinth very soon.

16.13–24 : Conclusion.

15–18 :

This delegation from Corinth may have brought the Corinthians' letter to Paul or have been preparing to bring Paul's letter to Corinth.

16 :

“Stephanas,” see 1.14–16n.

17 :

Fortunatus and Achaicus are elsewhere unmentioned.

19 :

Aquila and Prisca (see Acts 18.2; Rom 16.3 ) had worked with Paul building the assembly in Corinth and were now working with him in Ephesus.

21 :

Paul had clearly been dictating the letter.

22 :

Our Lord, come! the eager yearning for the coming of Christ; cf. Rev 22.20 .

24 :

Having written sharply at several points, Paul sends his love in the last line, a closing unique to 1 Corinthians.

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