Paul thanks the Philippians for God’s provision through them, and admonishes us to be content in our situation, knowing God provides for His children.
Paul’s call to meditate on the positive attributes of God. He is – true, noble, just, pure, lovely, virtuous, praiseworthy.
Paul’s call to gentleness, admonition against worry, and reassurance of the limitless peace God grants through the indwelling of His Spirit in the believer.
Rejoice in the LORD always. Again I will say, rejoice! – The theme and core of Paul’s letter to the Philippians.
Examining Paul’s admonition to focus on our home in Heaven, not earthly things. Also a call for unity in the church for the sake of our Gospel witness.
Examination of Paul’s exhortation for Christians to walk in the Spirit, and his warning against false teachers who do not serve God but rather themselves.
Exploration of the process of sanctification with encouragement that when we fail in our struggle with sin, we can follow Paul’s example and press on.
Exploration of the Biblical call to suffering for the sake of the Gospel, and God’s purposes in it.
Part II of a deep dive study of what the Bible says about resurrection – we examine the resurrection of categories of people from Part I of this study.
Part I of a deep dive study of what the Bible says about resurrection – for analytic purposes, we divide people into resurrection categories.