Monthly Archives: November 2014

In Whatever State – Content Philippians 4:11

As Paul the apostle continued his letter to the Philippians, he wrote to them concerning times of worry, peace that passes understanding, things to think upon, following his example, and commendation for their care for him. In chapter four and … Continue reading

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Your Care of Me Philippians 4:10

As Paul the apostle continued his letter to the Philippians, he included instructions for the church members concerning anxiousness, cognitive thoughts, and following his example in their Christian walk. In Philippians chapter four and verse ten Paul begins to share … Continue reading

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Do As You have Seen Me Do Philippians 4:9

As a continuation of the instructions for the church located in Philippi, Paul the apostle directed their attention towards times when they were anxious, and he told them the things about which to think such as things which are true, … Continue reading

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Think on These Things Philippians 4:8

After giving the Philippian church members instructions pertaining to times when they worry, Paul the apostle moved the attention of the Philippians toward the things they think upon. In chapter four and verse eight Paul gives them a list of … Continue reading

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Peace Passing All Understanding Philippians 4:7

As Paul the apostle wrote to the church located in Philippi, he gave them several instructions concerning their daily living. One of them pertained to when they would be “careful” or anxious about circumstances or situations. When times of worry … Continue reading

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Prescription for Worry Philippians 4:6

Paul the apostle gave the Philippian church members instructions concerning their day to day living in his letter to them. He told them how to work with the women in the church and to rejoice in the Lord and let … Continue reading

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Moderation Philippians 4:5

Paul told the Philippian church to “Rejoice in the Lord always, and again I say, Rejoice” after instructing them to care for the women who were in their church. He began a series of these instructions which would be visible … Continue reading

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Rejoice in the Lord Always Philippians 4:4

After Paul the apostle gave instructions to the church members of Philippi concerning two women who were disputing in the church, “Clement”, his “true yoke-fellow” and his “fellow-laborers whose names are written in the book of life”, in chapter four … Continue reading

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Yoke-fellows and Fellow-laborers Philippians 4:3

A couple of the women within the church at Philippi were having a dispute to which Paul exhorted them to “be of the same mind in the Lord”. In chapter four and verse three of his letter to the Philippians, … Continue reading

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Be of the Same Mind Philippians 4:2

The letter to the Philippian church is filled with commendations, exhortations and instructions from Paul the apostle. After bringing the church members to the idea of standing “fast in the Lord”, Paul moves on to deal with certain particular issues … Continue reading

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