Rejoicing in the Lord
A STUDY OF THE BOOK OF PHILIPPIANS
The Apostle Paul gives encouraging words to the members of the Body of Christ in Philippi as well as receives encouragement from them. He wrote this fascinating epistle while awaiting his hearing before Caesar. Instead of finding Paul wallowing in the valley of despair, he repeatedly tells the saints in Philippi to rejoice. Paul teaches the Body of Christ the following truths about the believer's hope in what appears to be hopeless times:
- The believer is in a win-win situation no matter what verdict comes
- The believer will remain until his purpose has been fulfilled no matter how gloomy the situation
- No past accomplishments can measure to our eternal security in Christ
- When our faith is Christ-focused, we can experience contentment at all times
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