Epistle to the Philippians

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  • Apostle Paul's Letter To Philippians

    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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  • Philippians: A Model To The Church Of Philippian Verses 6-11

    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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  • Analysis Of Paul And The Philippians

    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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  • The Impact Of Saint Paul Of Tarsus

    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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  • Docetism In Jesus

    He is the quintessential writer of the New Testament with fourteen letters and epistles being ascribed to him. With the exception of Jesus, Paul was the most influential preacher of the Gospel. Yet, as Hendricks contends, Paul’s shifted Jesus’ ministry from collective consciousness to personal piety and deliverance from sin (Hendricks p.85). Yet, Christians are fixated with an incomplete perception that confines Jesus as the Lamb of God who was offered as a sacrifice for man’s sinful nature. The…

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  • Passage Of Ephesians 1-2

    outline. In the beginning, the spiritually dead and hopeless (v1-3) are lifted up, by grace, and made alive in the gift, workmanship, and journey of Jesus until the end times. First, however, are the historical and literary outlines. Historical Background Paul was a well-rounded, educated Pharisaic Jew and tent maker, who was born at about the same time as Jesus (d 67). Paul had transformed, on the Road to Emmaus, at around 33AD (Acts 9:1-9). Luke, a Gentile, traveled with him, perhaps, from…

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  • Book Of Ephesians Analysis

    The historical background of the Book of Ephesians plays an important reality of what the author is intending in the writings. The Book of Ephesians is about the letters of Paul and how he overcame hardship by being faithful to God and following His commands. The author’s circumstances he went through, his relationship with God, the audience, and what his letters represented are the main elements that make up why these letters were so impactful. Paul went through a lot of pain and agony but God…

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  • Missional Ministry Model

    come and seek the love and grace of Christ. Creating environments for all people to embrace where they are in life and move closer to the cross of Christ. Creating these kinds of environments requires vulnerable Christlike leadership. Missional ministry begins with faithful leadership, solely committed to living out the Christ 's example for the church. Tim Suttle writes, “leading in the way of Jesus is a particular mode of leadership that must adhere to the pattern of life Jesus recommended.”5…

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  • Paul's Definition Of Justification

    Martin Luther depicted Roman epistle as “truly the most important piece in the New Testament,” “the purest Gospel,” and he highly esteemed the letter insomuch that he wrote, “It is well worth a Christian’s while not only to memorize if word for word but also to occupy himself with it daily, as though it were the daily bread of the soul.” Foundational, vital, Christian subthemes are within Romans that are under the overarching theme of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. One of these themes is one that…

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  • Apostasy In Religion

    not help people understand how to live a Christian life. John 3:16 is an amazing verse, but in the bible there 's more than John 3:16. If God wanted us to just know John 3:16 only, than our bible would be very small. Paul asks Timothy to preach the whole bible. If someone is to preach the word then he is to study the whole word of truth from God . In 2 Tim 3:16 says "All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in…

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