Philippians 3:2-6

Paul gives a testimony of his remarkable conversion. Looking back, he lists all the reasons why he used to vainly think he was a righteous person when he really wasn't.

Philippians 2:25-3:1

Paul sends the Philippian church Epaphroditus, a pastor who was an example of unusual Christian charity; even when he was sick, he didn't want the Philippians to worry about him.

Philippians 2:12-26

The main purpose of the church in the world is to make known Christ and his word. One of the main jobs we have as Christian believers is to know the Bible so that we can shine it forth in our life and have something to say when asked about the faith.

Philippians 2:8-11

Jesus, having humbled himself to leave heaven and come to save sinners, now has been exalted above all other names; and if men do not bow to him now, they shall bow to him at the judgment.

Philippians 2:5-8

The great "Kenosis" passage, how Christ, being God, emptied himself of all reputation, and made himself a servant, becoming obedient to God even unto the death of a cross.

Philippians 2:1-6

This chapter explores the unusual humility that Christ showed in coming to earth as a servant, and how we ought to adopt that same mindset.

Philippians 1:14-30

Paul reports to the believers that his imprisonment and mistreatment did not hinder the spread of the Gospel, but rather worked out for the furtherance of it.

Philippians 1:9-13

Paul reminded the Christians of the importance of increasing in love. What is that? How is it to be expressed? Should it not be done according to knowledge?

Philippians 1:6-9

Eternal security: Paul assures the Philippians that God will faithfully continue to complete the work he began in us. He also clearly states how much he yearned after the Philippian church.

Philippians 1:2-6

Paul wrote to the church at Philippi, reminding them that they have fellowship in the Gospel, and that God who began a good work in us would finish what he started!

Philippians 1:1

An introduction to Paul's letter to the church at Philippi. He wrote from prison, to a good and mature church; they held Paul in high esteem, and he had no harsh words for them as he did with some of the other early churches.

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