About Paul's second letter to the Corinthians
Paul was working in Macedonia, which was north from the country that we call Greece. Corinth was a city in Achaia, a
Paul had written to the people at Corinth before. He had visited there twice. Before he wrote this letter, Paul had met his friend Titus again. Titus had just returned from a visit to Corinth, and he told Paul good news about the Christians there. See 2 Corinthians 7:5-7. So, Paul wrote this letter to say how happy he was to hear this good news. He explains also that he is working on Christ's behalf. And he says that he will visit Corinth again soon. He does not want to be angry with the Christians there. But he will be angry with anyone who is still doing wrong things.