The Message Of Philippians

Author: J. Alec Motyer
Editor: InterVarsity Press
ISBN: 0830897968
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If you were in jail, what sort of letter would you write to your Christian friends? Would it focus on the difficulties--the poor food, cramped quarters and lonely isolation? Paul's letter to the Philippians, written from prison, has no hint of self-pity. The letter radiates joy--joy that Christ was proclaimed, joy in fellowship with the Philippian Christians and, above all, joy in Jesus himself. In this volume of the Bible Speaks Today series, Alec Motyer identifies three major themes that filled Paul's heart and mind as he wrote: the unity of the church, the person of Jesus and what he has achieved, and the call to live a life worthy of the gospel.

Life Study Of Philippians

Author: Witness Lee
Editor: Living Stream Ministry
ISBN: 0870831518
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An Odyssey Of Joy

Author: Sam Gordon
Editor: Ambassador-Emerald International
ISBN: 9781840301557
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Certain people enjoy life to the fullest. The apostle Paul, for example, who, when he found himself in a prison cell in Phillipi, started singing praises to God. That is joy that is real and magnetic; the kind of joy you don't see very often today. It's not in the mass media; it's not even in many evangelical churches.That is where Philippians is different! Read the book, and join me on a journey of discovery and adventure--an odyssey of joy.

Be Joyful Philippians

Author: Warren W. Wiersbe
Editor: David C Cook
ISBN: 143476592X
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In spite of his dire situation as a prisoner a Roman jail, Paul`s letter to the church at Philippi overflows with joy. Discover Paul's secret to finding joy in Christ as Dr. Warren Wiersbe leads you on verse-by-verse tour through the book of Philippians. Take notice of Paul's single-minded focus remains on Jesus and learn how your joy can also be complete in Christ. Originally published in 1974, Be Joyful is part of Dr. Wiersbe's best-selling "Be" commentary series. With over 4 million volumes in print, these timeless books have provided a generation invaluable insight into the history, meaning, and context of virtually every book of the Bible. Reintroduced to a new generation of believers, this commentary now includes study questions at the end of each chapter for further reflection and application. Best-selling author, minister, and radio host, Dr. Warren Wiersbe stands among the most trusted teachers of his time. Dr. Wiersbe's ability to instruct both new believers as well as Bible scholars sets his work apart from any other commentary series.

Philippians

Author: Jeffery E. Miller
Editor: Not Your Average Bible Study
ISBN: 9781683590699
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How do we live a life worthy of gospel of Christ? When the Apostle Paul first shared the gospel on Philippi he was beaten and imprisoned. Years later, imprisoned again, he writes the Philippians with a message of joy and encouragement. He wants them to share in this joy, even in the face of suffering. The book of Philippians challenges Christians to live a life that honors the gospel. In Philippians: Confident in Christ Jeffrey E Miller guides you through this letter with practical insights and helpful questions. Perfect for studying with a group or with just your favorite Bible, this Bible study will draw you closer to the gospel.

St Paul S Epistle To The Philippians

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Lectures On St Paul S Epistle To The Philippians

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Saint Paul S Epistle To The Philippians A Revised Text And Introduction Notes And Dissertations

Author: J. B. Lightfoot
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Lectures On St Paul S Epistle To The Philippians By Charles John Vaughan With The Text

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Cyclopaedia Of Biblical Theological And Ecclesiastical Literature

Author: John McClintock
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A Critical And Gramatical Commentary On St Paul S Epistles To The Philippians Colossians And To Philemon

Author: Charles John Ellicott
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St Paul S Epistles To The Philippians The Colossians And Philemon With A Critical And Grammatical Commentary And A Revised Translation By Charles J Ellicott The Third Edition Corrected Gr Eng

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Philippians Colossians Philemon 1 2 Timothy Titus

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Philippians

Author: Ryan Kelly
Editor: Crossway Books
ISBN: 9781433540264
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In this 12-week study, pastor Ryan Kelly helps readers embrace and apply Paul's message in his letter to the Philippians, encouraging them to endure hardships as faithful citizens of Christ's kingdom. Part of the Knowing the Bible series.

Philippians Thessalonians

Author: Gary Weedman
Editor: Standard Pub
ISBN: 9780874031706
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Living The Message Of The New Testament

Author: Michael Pennock
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Written in accord with the Catechism of the Catholic Church and rooted in the sound catechetical principles of the National Catechetical Directory, these texts present a well-defined curriculum model that stresses clear objectives, careful organization, and creative methods and evaluation procedures to check the attainment of goals. Very flexible, allowing teachers to select materials to highlight and stress, each text can be implemented on various grade levels for a quarter, a semester, or a full year depending on the length and frequency of class meetings. Centering on the person of Jesus and the good news he came to preach, this text invites students to join the millions of Christians over the centuries who have found the key to life's meaning in the sacred scriptures. Exposes them to large portions of the books of the New Testament, and continually shows them how to apply the teachings they find to their lives. It stresses the joyfulness of the biblical message and its relevance for today while teaching students to pray with scripture.

Philippians And Philemon

Author: Daniel L. Migliore
Editor: Presbyterian Publishing Corp
ISBN: 0664232639
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In this latest volume in the Belief series, Daniel L. Migliore plumbs the depth of Paul's letters to the Philippians and to Philemon. With splendid theological reflection, Migliore explores central themes of these remarkable lettersùthemes that include the practice of prayer, righteousness from God, and the work of reconciliation and transformation through Jesus Christ. Migliore shows how Philippians continues to speak to churches that, like the church at Philippi, struggle to be faithful to Christ, worry about the future, and need guidance. And in Philemon, Migliore finds a letter with importance far beyond its sizeùa letter that can enrich our understanding of the fullness of the gospel that Paul proclaims. In both books, Migliore deftly shows Paul as a remarkable theologian and pastor with a message instructive to the church of every age.

The Epistles Of Paul To The Philippians And To Philemon

Author: Jacobus Johannes Müller
Editor: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
ISBN: 9780802828514
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This trusted commentary by Jac J. Müller provides careful expositions of Philippians and Philemon that are characterized by a desire to balance the requirements of exacting scholarship and the need to relate Scripture to personal faith. In treating insightfully and comprehensively these Pauline epistles, Müller first provides essential historical and critical background to each text, including its date and place of origin, its occasion and purpose, and its style, structure, and general themes. The commentaries themselves then proceed through the texts section-by-section, making clear Paul's message both to his original audiences and to readers today. Long included in the widely acclaimed New International Commentary on the New Testament series and now available as an independent work, this volume continues to hold extraordinary value for scholars, pastors, students, and general readers alike. "This is a painstaking and helpful commentary." - The British Weekly Jac J. Müller was professor of New Testament at the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa. His other books explored themes in New Testament studies and church ministry.

A Handbook On Paul S Letter To The Philippians

Author: I-Jin Loh
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The Message Of Exodus

Author: J. A. Motyer
Editor: IVP Academic
ISBN: 9780830824274
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When the Lord promised the land of Canaan to Abram and his descendants (Gen 15:7), every part of it was already occupied by other peoples. The long journey to possession of the Promised Land was prepared by God, yet it led through a path of adversity. We, the readers of the Old Testament, are left to wonder why. In this engaging commentary on Exodus, J. Alec Motyer explores the character of God through his covenant promises and persistent faithfulness to the people of Israel. Through the story of Israel we are exposed to an unquenchable fire: God the Savior, the Companion and the Indweller, who will not fail those who so often fail him.