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    Philippians - The Reward of Service to Christ is Priceless Is a class mainly designed for adult students who, while they have an idea of Jesus Christ, they are seeking a more personal and intimate relationship with Jesus Christ and understanding the benefit of being a true and committed servant of Jesus Christ. The goal of this class is to assist each student to gain a greater understanding of the Prison Epistles of The Apostle Paul and how his letters to the Church at Philippi are still relevant to life as a believer today. This Bible study lesson is structured for adults who have had the opportunity to study scripture in some capacity, but who are seeking a more personal and intimate relationship with Jesus Christ. This lesson is structured…

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    The purpose of this section of the book of Philippians was to serve as a model to the church at Philippi with absolute humility. All of God’s creations are called to become servants like Christ. This is done through having the mindset of Christ. The intent of Christ’s humility was in hopes to decrease strife amongst his believers and look to each other instead, as seen in Philippians 2:1-4. The design of verses 5-11 follows in terms of Christ’s activity and God’s activity. The Father’s activity…

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    Paul and the Philippians (All reflections of reading the Book of Philippians) Poignantly, the epistle of Paul was to an assemblage of Christians that were outstandingly tender to his heart in the Book of Philippians. “Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus” (Philippians 4:6).…

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    Ephesians, Philippians, and Colossians From reading and researching about the Ephesians, Philippians, and the Colossians I found to be very interesting. Something a little different stood out about each group. From the readings I learned that Paul’s companion was the bearer of the epistles of Ephesians, Colossians, and the Philippians. Also I learned that the Ephesians and the Colossians are called “twin epistles” because they were so much alike and the Ephesians and the Colossians were on the…

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    Philippians The book of Philippians was written by Paul and ministered Philippi. During Paul’s second three month missionary journey. Paul brought faith into the city Troas to the people who would form the heart of the thriving congregation of the city. It was likely that Paul wrote Philippians last of all of the four Prison Epistles. The other three Prison Epistles were Colossians, Ephesians and Philemon. The letter of the Philippians was delivered by Epaphroditus. Philippians is so important…

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    towards the goal, to the prize of God 's heavenly calling in Christ Jesus." (Crawley, 2016) His character was strong, however his letters appealed the essence of conciliation in his (Epistle to the Philippians): "Whatever things are true, whatever honourable, whatever just, whatever holy, whatever lovable, whatever of good repute, if there be any virtue, if anything worthy of praise, think upon these things." (Phill: 4-8)“Of the 27 books in the New Testament 13 of the epistles (letters) are of…

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    Paul Epistles

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    Paul epistles In studying the 13 letters written by Paul, we can lay them in two categories, the church, and to people. To the churches are Romans, 1 and 2 Corinthians, Galatians, Ephesians, and Philippians, Colossians and 1 and 2 Thessalonians. To people, 1 and 2 Timothy, Titus, and Philemon. After Paul conversion, his goal was to reach the Jews and Gentile and teach them the way a Christian should live. He warns them that there is no excuse for anyone to say that there is no God. He further…

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    the significant the book of Acts is when talking about the Apostle Paul. Ehrman briefly talk about Paul’s Life, and how the events in his life played a major factor in Christianity. According Ehrman there are some differences and similarities on how Luke wrote the book of Acts. Ehrman does point about these similarities and differences for the reader. Ehrman utilizes much of the vocabulary or key terms in this chapter. The first terms which stand out to me are “pseudepigrapha” and “Pastoral…

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    He wrote more books than anyone else did in the New Testament. Paul wrote 8 books of the bible including: Romans, 1 Corinthians, 2 Corinthians, Galatians, Colossians, Philippians, Philemon, and 1 Thessalonians. We can find the most information about Paul’s life in his epistles and in Acts. Paul is persistent, patient, courageous, humble, and forgiving, all traits that make him a great prophet. He never stopped preaching and serving God, and did whatever the Lord told him to do. We can learn from…

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    Philippian Religion

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    They will search for your wrongs and attempt to use them as reasons for why you shouldn't be listened to. However, much like the story of Balaam and Balak in Numbers 22-24, when you behave righteously, those who may wish you ill will be unable to curse you or denounce you. The life God calls us to cannot be truthfully vilified. Paul faced this issue within the Philippian community. Later…

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