2 Corinthians 2 ©
Paul having shewn a motive of tenderness for not coming to Corinth, as also for writing his former epistle, declareth himself satisfied with the censure inflicted on the incestuous person, and desireth them to forgive and comfort him, as he himself had forgiven him in Christ's name. His uneasiness for not finding Titus at Troas had caused him to go forthwith into Macedonia. He blesseth God for the successfulness of his labours everywhere, professing his sincerity and disinterestedness before God.
Sufficient to such a man is this 1punishment, which was inflicted of many.
Wherefore I beseech you that ye would confirm your love toward him.