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<transcy> The MacArthur New Testament Commentary - Philippians (Philippiens)</transcy>

John MacArthur
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The letter to the Philippians is the most personal letter Paul ever has

written to a Church. Several stimulating aspects of the Christian life are included in it
such as joy, humility and spiritual unity.

People these days are engrossed in the frenzied pursuit of happiness. While the fleeting sense of euphoria is elusive, joy is possible. Indeed, biblical joy, this firm conviction that the Sovereign God dominates events for the good of believers and for his glory, is accessible to all who obey him. In fact, God commands believers to rejoice.

Table of contents

1. The Epistle of Joy
2. The Elements of Joy
3. The Essentials of Growth in Holiness
4. The Joy of Ministry - Part One: Despite Difficulties and Detractors
5. The Joy of Ministry - Part Two: Despite Death and the Flesh
6. Conduct Worthy of the Church
7. The Formula for Spiritual Unity
8. The Model of Spiritual Unity
9. The Glorification of Christ
10. God at Work in You - Part 1: The Believer's Role in Sanctification
11. God at Work in You - Part Two: God's Role in Sanctification
12. Stop complaining
13. Modeling On Spiritual Servants
14. The Distinctive Qualities of True Believers
15. Give up to win
16. Entering the price - Part 1: the prerequisites
17. Entering the price - Part 2: the procedure
18. Spiritual Stability - Part One: Harmony, Joy, Contentment, Faith
19. Spiritual Stability - Part Two: Recognition, Pious Thoughts, Obedience
20. The Secret of Contentment
21. The Saints of God
Index of Greek words
Index of Hebrew words
Index of biblical references
Subject index


Author : John MacArthur
Original title : The MacArthur New Testament Commentary - Philippians
Publisher : Impact
ISBN : 978-2-89082-602-0
Publication : 2003
Pages : 469
Dimensions : 5.4 "x 8.3"
Format : paperback
Weight : 564 g

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