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The Book of Philippians

Joy in the Christian Life

 

The Book of Philippians is unique in the New Testament. It was written about 62 AD by the missionary apostle Paul. He wrote the letter to a church that supported him in service, in prayer, and with its money.
Chained now to a Roman soldier twenty-four hours a day, what’s he got to teach us about Joy in the Christian life?

Philippians

“I know that I shall abide and continue with you all for your furtherance and joy of faith;” —

Philippians 1:25

Over the last few years, the FBI Bible Class has presented verse-by-verse studies in

Now we begin the Book of Philippians.
The Book of Philippians is unique in the New Testament. It was written about 62 AD by the missionary apostle Paul. He wrote the letter to a church that supported him in service, in prayer, and with its money.
Chained now to a Roman soldier twenty-four hours a day, what’s he got to teach us about Joy in the Christian life?
Jump into the introduction with us now. Be surprised.

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The Book of Philippians is all about joy in the Christian life.
Not the “joy” you get from riding the roughest wooden roller coaster you can find. This is the abiding joy you find when you enter into the Fellowship of the Gospel with Paul the Apostle.

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The handout is here. If you want the filled-in version, that’s here.

 

This is PART TWO, continuing “Increasing Joy.”

The Book of Philippians is all about joy in the Christian life.
Not the “joy” you get from riding the roughest wooden roller coaster you can find. This is the abiding joy you find when you enter into the Fellowship of the Gospel with Paul the Apostle.

View the video on YouTube

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The handout is here. If you want the filled-in version, that’s here.

 

From Warren Wiersbe: More than anything else, Paul’s desire as a missionary was to preach the gospel in Rome. The hub of the great empire, Rome was the key city of its day. If Paul could conquer it for Christ, it would mean reaching millions with the message of salvation. It was critically important on Paul’s agenda, for he said, “After I have been there [Jerusalem], I must also see Rome” (Acts 19:21). From Corinth he wrote, “So, as much as in me is, I am ready [eager] to preach the gospel to you that are at Rome also” (Rom. 1:15).

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The handout is here. If you want the filled-in version, that’s here.

 

The Christian life is a battlefield. Opposing us are all the forces of darkness.
If you think that sounds like hyperbole, then consider yourself a casualty.
“Earnestly contend for the faith that was once delivered unto the saints.” Jude 1:8

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About The FBI Class

The FBI Bible class is taught by Jay Faubion. Jay is a former missionary who served in VietNam, Guam and among the Chinese in Taiwan, Hong Kong and Beijing.

The class is a ministry of Faith Baptist Church, in Danville, Indiana. We are Bible-believers.

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