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Philippians 3:1-14 Questions

Philippians 3:1-14 Questions

“I WANT TO KNOW CHRIST” Philippians 3:1-14, Key Verse: 3:10 1. In what respect is rejoicing in the Lord a safeguard in relation to legalism (1)? What warning did Paul give (2)? How did Paul contrast true circumcision with legalism (3)? 2. What reasons did Paul have to be confident in the flesh (4-6)? What are nominal Christians confident in today? How had Paul’s value system changed and what blessing does Christ give (7-9)? What does “the surpassing worth of…

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Philippians 3:1-14 Message

Philippians 3:1-14 Message

I WANT TO KNOW CHRIST Philippians 3:1-14, Key verse 3:10 According to scriptures, on his second journey to bring the gospel to the gentile world, the apostle Paul helped start a church in the city of Philippi (a colony of retired Roman soldiers). Thereafter, the Philippians became Paul’s friends and supporters for the rest of his life. When they heard that he was in Rome as a prisoner, they collected money to assist him and sent it with one of…

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Philippians 4:4 – Message

Philippians 4:4 – Message

Philippians 4:1-23 Key Verse: 4:4 “Rejoice in the Lord always. I will say it again: Rejoice!” The major theme of Philippians is to know Christ and to grow in his likeness. Thus far, Paul testified that he had a clear life goal to know Christ and that he pressed on toward that goal. In doing so, he fought against two enemies: legalism and antinomianism. Paul didn’t turn to the left or to the right but pursued Christ with all his…

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