The epistle of Paul to the Philippians
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Published by L. Colby in New York .
Written in English

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  • Bible. N.T. Philippians -- Commentaries.

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Edition Notes

Statementby Augustus Neander. Translated from the German by Mrs. H. C. Conant.
SeriesHistory of religions preservation project -- MN41513.7.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination140 p.
Number of Pages140
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14025370M
OCLC/WorldCa42710978

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Jun 25,  · The joy of the Christian experience is the dominant theme running through the book of Philippians. The words "joy" and "rejoice" are used 16 times in the epistle. The Apostle Paul wrote the letter to express his gratitude and affection for the Philippian church, his strongest supporters in ministry. Author: Philippians identifies the author of the Book of Philippians as the apostle Paul, likely along with the help of Timothy. Date of Writing: The Book of Philippians was written in approximately A.D. Purpose of Writing: The Epistle to the Philippians, one of Paul’s prison epistles, was written in Rome. It was at Philippi, which the apostle visited on his second missionary journey. Book of Philippians. Suggested result. Philippians 1 [Full Chapter] [ Greetings from Paul] This letter is from Paul and Timothy, slaves of Christ Jesus. I am writing to all of God’s holy people in Philippi who belong to Christ Jesus, including the church leaders and deacons. May God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ give you grace and peace. Philippians, Epistle to. See also Paul; Pauline Epistles. A letter that Paul wrote to the Saints in Philippi while he was in prison in Rome the first time. It is now the book of Philippians in the New Testament. Chapter 1 contains Paul’s greetings and his instruction on unity.

Philippians 1 Geneva Bible (GNV) The Epistle of Paul to the Philippians. 1 3 Having testified his godly and tender affection towards the Philippians, 12 he entreateth of himself and his bands: 22 And pricketh them forward by his own example, 27 and exhorteth them to unity, 28 and patience. Introduction, Background, and Outline to Philippians. There has never been any serious doubt as to the authorship of the letter to the Philippians. Paul claims to have written it (; on the relationship of Timothy to the writing of the letter see, “Lesson 2: The Greeting”) and when compared to say Romans, 1 and 2 Corinthians, and. The Epistle To The Philippians Chapter One OBJECTIVES IN STUDYING THIS CHAPTER 1) To appreciate why the Philippians were a source of great joy to Paul 2) To learn from Paul's attitude concerning persecution, death, and the purpose of life SUMMARY Paul begins his epistle with his customary salutation followed by an expression of thanksgiving and. Outline. I. Introduction II. Living Christ to magnify Him A. Fellowship for the furtherance of the gospel B. Magnifying Christ by living Him.

What are some distinctive features of this book? Philippians is often called a prison Epistle, along with Ephesians, Colossians, and Philemon. Despite being written from prison, Paul’s letter to the Philippians has been described by scholars as the happiest of his writings. philippians, the epistle to the. fi-lip'-i-anz i. paul and the church at philippi ii. characteristics of the church at philippi iii. characteristics of the epistle 1. a letter 2. a letter of love 3. a letter of joy 4. importance theologically iv. genuineness of the epistle v. place, date and occasion of writing vi. contents of the epistle. Philippians is one of the shorter epistles of Paul, yet it is one of the most studied in all of scripture. For this reason there are hundreds of commentaries on this epistle, some are focused on a exegetical study on individual Greek words and are thousands of pages in length/5. Quite enjoyed this four chapter book, Philippians, of the New Testament. It's a letter from Paul to the Philippians, and it just feels personal and full of love, friendship, and encouragement. "Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God/5.