In the previous verses (6-7), Paul explained that knowledge of Corinthian repentance was a means the Lord used to minister comfort to Paul while he was overwhelmed with distress. As Paul expounds on the nature of Corinthian repentance in verses 8-16, he focuses on the heart of true repentance, godly sorrow. Setting forth a list of seven fruits of true sorrow, Paul highlights the necessity of sincere sorrow for sin as an essential feature of genuine repentance.
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