I Pity the Fool

I Pity the Fool

Paul saved the most urgent and controversial subjects until the end of the letter and he’s going to deal with them passionately and with a touch of satire and sarcasm.  And at the heart of this spirited rant is where he backhands his opponents by calling himself a fool, when everyone reading the letter knows who really is acting foolish.  Paul was being really nice in the first 9 chapters, offering words of comfort and grace to his people, but in chapter 10 he starts to sound more like Mr. T than Mr. Rogers.

Nov 2, 20132 Corinthians 10:1-18I Pity the Fool who takes a Knife to a GunfightJamey Lee
Nov 9, 20132 Corinthians 11:1-15I Pity the Fool who Cons their neighborJamey Lee
Nov 16, 20132 Corinthians 11:16-33I Pity the Fool who BoastsJamey Lee
Nov 23, 20132 Corinthians 12:1-10I Pity the Fool who thinks Power is found in strengthJamey Lee
Nov 30, 20132 Corinthians 12:11-21I Pity the Fool who is a BurdenJamey Lee
Dec 7, 20132 Corinthians 13:1-14I Pity the Fool who is Overcome by SinJamey Lee

4 thoughts on “I Pity the Fool”

  1. I would like to ask your permission to use the MR. T Graphic for a middle school t-shirt. I would like to add “That doesn’t doesn’t think its cool,
    do work hard at school.”
    Please let me know if you will allow this with the copyright from below.
    Thank you,
    Salena Gonzales

  2. Absolutely! What school? FYI, Christy Anderson is the designer of the graphic. She is a schoolteacher at one of the Kipp schools in Memphis.

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