The Book of Philippians Bible Study – Free Download!
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What if we could live with such an awareness of God’s hand in every situation in our life, that we could walk through hardship with a conviction that God was using it for His glory and joy knowing that the outcome was going to further His kingdom on earth?
What if this conviction made us resilient to negativity and self-pity? If instead of complaining about the difficulties we’re facing, we could authentically praise God for them?
This is exactly where we find Paul in the book of Philippians.
He is in a Roman prison, writing a letter to the church in Philippi.
A church that must have been very special, because instead of bringing a word of correction, as he had to in both letters to the Corinthian church, as well as to the church in Galatia and Ephesus, his letter is filled with encouragement, thanking them for their generosity to him.
He’s not discouraged by his suffering, but neither is he using it to gain attention.
He is simply allowing his suffering to be a launchpad to bring the gospel to a whole new group of people who may not otherwise have had the opportunity to hear about Christ.
He understood his mission – to extend the kingdom of God here on earth, and he took it seriously; refusing to complain about his suffering and refusing to allow it to become an area of pride and boasting.
As we open this joy-filled letter, may we be reminded to glorify God in all things, even the hardships in life that God has chosen to allow so that we may have the honor in fellowshipping with Him, even in this.
This is the opening I wrote to a brand new Bible study I’m writing through the Book of Philippians!
I want to invite you to join me!
There are no sign ups and it is 100% free.
Here is what you need to know:
Each Monday, I’ll be posting the new chapter for the Bible study here on my blog. I will offer that chapter as a beautiful free download for you to print out and save.
The download is 100% optional and comes with blank lined pages for your own personal notes.
On Tuesdays and Fridays I’ll be posting a “Bible Journal With Me” video for even deeper study into individual verses and passages from those chapters.
Today, I’m offering the Prologue and History & Introduction pages as a 6-page free download for you to grab, plus 2 blank lined pages.
You can grab that right now, just by putting your email in the form below.
I am so glad to have you join me each week!
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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