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Study on Philippians

Philippians 1:6, 27

1. Observation of Philippians 1:6 (a) Philippians 1:6 and Genesis 1–2 have several conceptual similarities (b) When a believer receives Jesus in his/her life, God begins a good work in them (new creation—ex nihilo)—what was formless and void was transformed into “good” creation (c) God works invisibly through His Word, Fellowship, and God the Holy…

Philippians 4:2-3; 2:1-11

1. Facts about Euodia and Syntyche (4:2-3) (a) Longtime friends (b) Well-known members of the Philippian Church (c) Companions (true) in Paul’s ministry (d) Probably, core members of the church along with Clement (e) Conflict—not having the “same mind” (verse 2) (f) Consequently, the entire church family was divided 2. Cause of the conflict (a)…

Philippians 4:6-7

1. Observation of Philippians 4:6-7 (a) “Anxiety” may be explained as follows: (a1) To have harassing & unreasonable fear (a2) To be distracted, disturbed, and annoyed in mind & spirit (a3) To be unreasonably concerned for food, drink, clothing, and future (a4) To be afraid of exam results, need for money to send children to…