Praying for the Persecuted Church
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I am not a doctor, none of the information on any of these pages pertaining to the Ketogenic Diet or Adrenal Fatigue should be considered medical advice and should not replace the care of your personal physician. I am simply eager to share the information I have learned while on my own journey to health. Before you embark on this journey, please consult with your physician.
While in western countries our freedom to worship God the way the Bible commands is being restricted, there are countries around the world where there is no freedom to worship God; where worshipping God results in imprisonment and even death.
We are commanded to pray for our brothers and sister in persecuted countries, because their fight to stay encouraged and strong is harder than we can ever imagine.
In Philippians 1:19-21, we discover that something very special happens when we pray for the persecuted church.
This video is a part of a series of videos I am doing for my new Bible study through the book of Philippians.
In this series, I dig way down deep into verses from the book of Philippians. We will look at the Greek words used in these verses to gain deeper and wider understanding of what Paul wrote to the Philippian church.
In this series, you will see how I portion off my Bible journaling page to make room to:
- Write out the verse
- Write out the key words
- Write the verse out again in my own words
This process is a type of Biblical mediation that I use, often writing the verse back to myself in my own words.
Now, I’m not terribly creative, so my pages aren’t very pretty, but they are useful and my reason for Bible journaling isn’t art expression, but to just really get to know God’s Word on a much deeper level.
To learn more about my method of Bible journaling, you can visit my post here: How to Do Bible Journaling When You’re Not Artistic
So, without further ado, Philippians 1:19-21
Be sure to grab the free printable introduction to my new Philippians Bible study here, as well as chapter 1 of this study. These printables are free and come on beautifully decorative paper.
Chapter 2 will be available December 6. Until then, each Monday I will share a video just like this, highlighting a verse or passage from Philippians 1.
Visit all the posts in my Philippians Bible study below:
10 Verses from Philippians For Your War Room
30 Day Prayer Challenge for Philippians
Blog Posts and Free Downloads
The Book of Philippians Bible Study – Free Download
3 Reasons Why We Can Rejoice in Suffering
Be Faithful and Trust God’s Process
How to Recognize Disinformation
How to Maintain a Spirit of Joy in Persecution – Chapter 1 Free Download
Praying for the Persecuted Church
6 Ways We Grow Joy in Our Lives
This is What Unity In the Church Looks Like – Chapter 2 Free Download
Do You Really Have to Obey as an Adult?
Watch Your Self-Talk
We Must Let Go of This to Find True Joy – Chapter 3 Free Download
Don’t Get Distracted From Christ
Let’s Move Toward Maturity in Christ
5 Choices That Teach Us Contentment – Chapter 4 Free Download
Being Anxious for Nothing Is a Choice
Contentment Is a Spiritual Discipline
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