LOVE DOES NOT DISHONOR OTHERS
2 CORINTHIANS 6:8 through glory and dishonor, bad report and good report; genuine, yet regarded as impostors;
ELLICOTT'S COMMENTARY He has to do his work, at one time, as through a glory which he has not sought; at another time under an ignominy which he has not deserved. Men at one time speak well of him, and at another he falls upon evil and bitter tongues. The very word “deceiver,” most galling of all words to one who is conscious of his truthfulness, is recklessly flung at him. Through all these he goes on his work, believing that in them also he may find a way of commending himself as a minister of God.