This article considers three reasons why the believer can look upon the prospect of death with joy and anticipation, as Paul did in Philippians 1:23: it will be the end of limited knowledge, the end of sin, and bring more of Christ to the believer.
In this chapter Hughes comments on Philippians 1:9-11. The main focus of these verses is Paul’s prayer for the believers in Philippi. Paul informs his readers how and what he prayed for them.
This article offers some expository notes on Philippians 2:9-11.
This article is an exposition of Philippians 2:10-11.
This article offers an exposition of Philippians 3:20, on our heavenly citizenship.
This article is an exposition of Philippians 3:20-21.
This article considers the role of women in the church and in particular the church in Philippi. Women played prominent roles in the development of this congregation that the apostle Paul commended for their partnership in the gospel (Philippians 1:5). The author seeks to explore the question of the nature of women’s “partnership in the gospel," by probing the narrative of Acts 16:12-40.
This article exposits and applies Philippians 4:18, about cheerful giving.
This article is an exposition of Philippians 4:1.
This article notes the difficulties in the interpretation of Philippians 2:5-11.
Jowers considers the implications of Philippians 2:6-7 for the person and work of Christ. Does the passage teach that Christ possesses two natures? May it be concluded from this that the possibilities of change and inequality within the deity are therefore excluded? Can this text be used like Augustine suggested, as a “canonical rule” for biblical exegesis?
This is a Bible Study on Philippians 1:1-11.
This is a Bible Study on Philippians 1:12-26.
This is a Bible Study on Philippians 1:27-30.
This is a Bible Study on Philippians 2:19-30.
This is a Bible study on Philippians 3:1-11.
This is a Bible study on Philippians 3:12-21.
This is a Bible study on Philippians 4:1-9.
This is a Bible study on Philippians 4:10-23.