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Philippians 4:8-23

Philippians 4:8-23 Focus On Virtuous Qualities; Imitate Paul; Learn To Be Content With What You Have; Principles Of Giving; Final Triumphant Greetings; Final Prayer We’re at the end of this wonderful letter, written by Rabbi Paul and Timothy to the Community of Messianic Jews and Christians in Philippi. Rabbi Paul was one of the very greatest human beings who ever

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Philippians 4:1-7 Final Instructions

Philippians 4:1-7 Final Instructions: Be Resolute; Quit Fighting; Get Your Happiness From God Himself; Be Gentle; Know That Messiah Is Near; Instead Of Worrying, Pray! We are getting to the end of this wonderful letter, written by Rabbi Paul and Timothy to the Community of Messianic Jews and Christians in Philippi. For those of you not familiar with him, Paul

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Philippians 3:12-21 One Thing I Do

This wonderful letter was written toward the end of the life of one of the greatest men who ever lived. Paul of Tarsus was intelligent, courageous, intense, devoted, zealous. He was a rabbi. He was a scholar and a theologian and an expert in Judaism. He was a Pharisee, which means he was very serious about practicing Judaism. He was

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Philippians 3:1-11: God Is The Source Of Our Happiness

God Is The Source Of Our Happiness - Not Our Circumstances; Focusing On Messiah Is The Essence Of True Religion - Not Human Efforts And Religious Activities Life is a battle. We are in the middle of a war raging in the universe and beyond, between good and evil, between Heaven and Hell; between the Three-In-One God and the good

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Philippians 2:19-30: Requirements For Leadership In Messiah’s Community

Of all Messiah's New Covenant Communities over the past 2,000 years, the earliest Community was the best: It was closest to God. It had the greatest spiritual understanding. It had the most spiritual power. One of the reasons it was the best is because it had the best leaders. It had the Lord’s representatives - apostles, and prophets and teachers

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Philippians 2:1-18

We Are to Be A United, Humble, Selfless, Obedient, Holy Community Whose Attitude Makes Us Stands Out From The World Rabbi Paul was one of the greatest men who ever lived. Member of the Chosen People, scholar, theologian, prophet, representative of the Risen Messiah, apostle to the Gentiles, God-inspired author of much of the New Testament. Paul was one of

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Philippians 1:12-30: How To Respond To Opposition From Within And From Without

First, How To Respond To Opposition From Without: Know That Controversy Advances The Message Rabbi Paul was one of the greatest men who ever lived. He was a theologian and scholar, a radical follower of the Son of God who had appeared to him and utterly transformed him. He was a prophet, and an apostle, in fact the very special

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Philippians 1:1-1:11

This wonderful letter was written toward the end of the life of one of the greatest men who ever lived. Paul of Tarsus was intelligent, courageous, intense, devoted, zealous. He was a rabbi. He was a scholar and a theologian and an expert in Judaism. He was a Pharisee, which means he was very serious about practicing Judaism. He was

By | 2017-01-30T21:44:23+00:00 January 13th, 2013|Categories: Commentaries by Rabbi Loren, Sermons by Rabbi Loren|Tags: , |Comments Off on Philippians 1:1-1:11