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A family model of stress seems appropriate for the Philippians in light of the imagery Paul uses throughout his epistle.
The Jones family were sidesmen and the lesson from St Paul''s letter to the Philippians was read by Roger Pullen.
of America) places as his subtitle what he believes is the main theme running through Paul's letter to the Philippians. He looks at the New Testament book as a whole, proposing an entirely new chiastic structure embracing the ten units that comprise and organize the letter.
Malachi 3:1-4; Luke 1:68-79; Philippians 1:3-11; Luke 3:1-6
Tell God what you need and thank him for all he has done." - Philippians 4:6 (New Living Translation) ARE you a worrier?
I believe those atheists - including reader PR Jones (Daily Post, January 23) - do need our prayers, because one day, I - and millions round this sad, sad world - believe strongly that they and all people will bow the knee to their Creator God, and confess that He alone is Jesus Christ the Lord (Philippians 2, Verses 10 and 11).
What about Paul in Philippians 2 and 2Corinthians 8?
Exodus 17:1-7; Psalm 78:1-4, 12-16; Philippians 2:1-13; Matthew 21:23-32
Paul, who had more than his share of problems in life, urged other Christians to 'Rejoice in the Lord always', Philippians 4:4.
Enhanced with a mentoring session with the authors, the reader wis shown the steps to interpretation, applying it to Philippians 2:5-1.
Iraenaeus says Polycarp himself "wrote either to neighbouring Churches to fortify them, or to individuals with advice and encouragement." Only his Epistle to the Philippians has survived (almost wholly in Latin, partly in Greek).
We read also the hymn to Christ in Paul's letter to the Philippians, and are stirringly reminded that "Christ Jesus, though he was in the form of God, did not deem equality with God something to be grasped at." Instead, Jesus chose to be human, chose mortality, chose to suffer, and by extension, freely chose "even death, death on a cross." And for this willingness to embrace humility, God highly exalted Jesus with "the name above every other name." This, too, is what we mean by our celebration of the Exaltation of the Cross.