Paul´s Letters to the Phillipians

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Paul´s Letters to the Phillipians

How does this story relate to me?this story relates to me because in the story paul says to honour Jesus Christ. I can reale to this mesage because i try to respect and honour my parents and their decisions. It also talks about everyone bowing down to Jesus. I can relate this to me again because in the story he talks about not being selfish and this is something that i try to do in my everyday life.

Number of ChaptersThere are 4 chapters in Paul's letter to the Philippians

When was this letter written? this book was written somewhere between 53-61 A.D.

Verses that speaks to me"Don't be afraid of your enemies; always be courageous, and this will prove to them that they will lose and that you will win, because it is God who gives you the victory" Phil 1:28 "It does not matter! I am happy about it-just so Christis preached in every way possible, wether from wrong or right motives. And I will continue to be happy" Phil 1:18"All i want is to know Christ and to experience the power of his ressurection, to share in his sufferings and become like him in his death" Phil 3:10

Summary of Phil 2:1-2:11"Christ's Humility and Greatness"Paul tells the Philippians to live with Christ, to be one soul and one mind and to not be selfish. He tells about God becoming a human and appearing as one to the people. He tells them to honour jesus's name and that all beings on earth, in heaven and in the world below will fall on their knees and oppenly proclaim Jesus Christ is Lord.

Paul's Letter to thePHILIPPIANS

"From Paul and Timothy, servants of Christ Jesus- To all God's people in Philippi who are in union with Christ Jesus, including the church leaders and helpers" Phil 1:1"May the grace of thr Lord Jesus Christ be with you all"Phil 4:23

Main themes within the letterJoy, confidence, unity and perserverance


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