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Philippians 1:6
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... in us (Ephesians 2:8), and He will assure its continuance. Philippians 1:6. 1:6 day of Jesus Christ. The “day of Jesus Christ” (I Corinthians 1:8; 5:5; II Corinthians 1:14; Philippians...
Philippians 3:8
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... excellency. “Excellency” means “higher authority.” That is, the knowledge of Christ as Savior and Lord is higher than all the secular and religious knowledge Paul had learned in his scholastic training as a Pharisee. Similarly, it is...
Philippians 1:7
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... 1:7. 1:7 defence. “Defence” is the Greek apologia, a legal term referring to a formal defense as in a courtroom. Many modern evangelicals think the gospel does not need to be defended—just preached. Paul and Timothy knew better....
Philippians 3:13-14
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... 3:14. 3:14 press toward. “Press toward” is the same as “follow after” in Philippians 3:12. Philippians 3:14. 3:14 mark. The Greek word for “mark” here actually means “watch,” referring to being watchful for signs of the...
Philippians 4:9
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... 4:9. 4:9 do. See note on Philippians 3:17. Philippians 4:9. 4:9 God of peace. On “the God of peace,” see also Romans 15:33; 16:20; II Corinthians 13: 11; I Thessalonians 5:23; II Thessalonians 3:16; and Hebrews 13:20. Note also,...
Philippians 3:20-21
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... Essentially the same word occurs elsewhere only in Philippians 1:27, there in verb form. In other words, we are citizens of the kingdom of heaven, now serving as “ ambassadors for Christ” (II Corinthians 5:20) to the kingdoms here...
Philippians 3:14
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... 3:14. 3:14 mark. The Greek word for “mark” here actually means “ watch,” referring to being watchful for signs of the approaching end of the race. Philippians 3:14. 3:14 prize. The “prize” is nothing less than God's...
John 4:14
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... Defender's Study Bible Notes. John 4:14. 4:14 shall never thirst. The “living water” (John 4:10) of which Christ spoke was, of course, symbolic of the salvation He would provide. The waters of Eden (Genesis 2:10) and the New Jerusalem...
Philippians 3:2
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... 3:2. 3:2 dogs. The epithet of “dogs” was sometimes applied by Jews to Gentiles in general, but Paul would not do this; indeed, he was writing to Gentile Christians. In the Old Testament, sodomites were called dogs ( Deuteronomy...
Philippians 2:12-13
http://www.icr.org/bible/Philippians/2/12-13
... 2:12. 2:12 work out your own salvation. We are not told to work for our salvation, but to work it out in practice in our lives. Our salvation is received entirely by grace through faith, not of works (Ephesians 2:8-9). Works can no...
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