Philippians 3:10-11 Part 1

Part I of a deep dive study of what the Bible says about resurrection – for analytic purposes, we divide people into resurrection categories.

Philippians 3:8-9

Examination of what it means to be “in Christ” and righteousness, particularly true righteousness which comes solely through faith not works of our own.

Philippians 3:7-8

All things of the earthly life are passing away, and are totally worthless in the end. Only the knowledge of the LORD Jesus Christ has any real value.

Philippians 3:1-6

An argument for Philippians being one letter, not multiple fragments. Also, an admonition against legalism in the church.

Philippians 2:17-30

Examination of the Biblical “drink offering,” Paul’s relationship with Timothy, and the spiritual gift of service evidenced by Epaphroditus.

Philippians 2:14-16

A call to Christian service with joy without complaint as a faithful witness to the lost. Also, the inerrancy of and the call to share God’s Word.

Philippians 2:12 (Part II) – 13

Examination of “fear” of the LORD. Comparison and contrast of the Calvinist and Arminianist positions on “Enduring Salvation.”

Philippians 2:12 – Part I

Analysis of Paul’s admonition to “work out our salvation with fear and trembling” – the Biblical connection between salvation, repentance, and good works.

The Name of God – יהוה

YHWH - Yahweh

A Biblical overview of God’s Name – יהוה – given to Moses from the burning bush, with a rebuttal of the lie that Jesus never claimed in the Bible to be God.

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