Philippians 1:4 Lesson 1

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This is first in a series of exegetical Bible studies on Philippians 1:4. In this study Paul tells the Philippian believers that he prays for them. To us, however, the applications run far deeper. Presented by Pastor Jim Oliver

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Philippians 1:4 : 

Philippians 1:4 Lesson 1 http://home.comcast.net/~jimoliverministries/

Scripture Reading : 

Scripture Reading But I say to you, love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you. When you pray, you are not to be like the hypocrites; for they love to stand and pray in the synagogues and on the street corners so that they may be seen by men. Truly I say to you, they have their reward in full. But you, when you pray, go into your inner room, close your door and pray to your Father who is in secret, and your Father who sees what is done in secret will reward you. And when you are praying, do not use meaningless repetition as the Gentiles do, for they suppose that they will be heard for their many words. Matthew 6:5-8 NASB I pray that the eyes of your heart may be enlightened, so that you will know what is the hope of His calling, what are the riches of the glory of His inheritance in the saints, and what is the surpassing greatness of His power toward us who believe. Ephesians 1:18-19 With all prayer and petition pray at all times in the Spirit, and with this in view, be on the alert with all perseverance and petition for all the saints… Ephesians 6:18

Philippians 1:4 : 

Philippians 1:4 The Pleasure Of Prayer

Philippians 1:4 : 

Philippians 1:4 The Pleasure Of Prayer “Be filled with the Spirit...” Ephesians 5:18 Name your sins to the Father.

Philippians 1:4 : 

Philippians 1:4 The Pleasure Of Prayer Opening Prayer

Chapter Outline : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 6 Chapter Outline Chapter 1 Verse 1-2 The Salutation

Chapter Outline : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 7 Chapter Outline Paul and Timothy, slaves belonging to Christ Jesus to all the saints in Christ Jesus, living in Philippi, together with pastor-teachers and deacons. Chapter 1 Verse 1-2 The Salutation

Chapter Outline : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 8 Chapter Outline Paul and Timothy, slaves belonging to Christ Jesus to all the saints in Christ Jesus, living in Philippi, together with pastor-teachers and deacons. Grace to you and so prosperity from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ. Chapter 1 Verse 1-2 The Salutation

Chapter Outline : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 9 Chapter Outline Paul Timothy Slavery to Christ Jesus Promotion in the Spiritual Life Sanctification of the Believer Organizational Chart of the Local Church Grace and Grace Prosperity. Chapter 1 Verse 1-2 The Salutation

Chapter Outline : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 10 Chapter Outline Chapter 1 Verses 3-8 Paul’s Prayer of Thanksgiving

Chapter Outline : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 11 Chapter Outline “I am giving thanks to my God on the basis of every memory of you…” Chapter 1 Verses 3-8 Paul’s Prayer of Thanksgiving

Chapter Outline : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 12 Chapter Outline “I am giving thanks to my God on the basis of every memory of you…” Memory Thanksgiving Blessing by Association Chapter 1 Verses 3-8 Paul’s Prayer of Thanksgiving

Verse Outline : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 13 Verse Outline Introduction Prayer Inclusiveness in Prayer Happiness in Prayer

Introduction : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 14 Introduction

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2/01 Philippians 1:4 15 Introduction Text Structure

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2/01 Philippians 1:4 16 Introduction Text Structure Verse 4 is parenthetical.

Introduction : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 17 Introduction Text Structure Verse 4 is parenthetical. Read verse three and five, putting verse four in parenthesis.

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2/01 Philippians 1:4 18 Introduction Prayer

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2/01 Philippians 1:4 19 Introduction Prayer Prayer is not usually considered fun.

Introduction : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 20 Introduction God reads the souls, reading and understanding what would have been prayed. Prayer Prayer is not usually considered fun.

Introduction : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 21 Introduction God reads the souls, reading and understanding what would have been prayed. You can log time in the Spirit, sleeping in fellowship. Prayer Prayer is not usually considered fun.

Introduction : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 22 Introduction Prayer Prayer is not usually considered fun. God reads the souls, reading and understanding what would have been prayed. You can log time in the Spirit, sleeping in fellowship. Prayer is hard work because it takes concentration and is complex.

Introduction : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 23 Introduction Prayer Prayer is not usually considered fun. God reads the souls, reading and understanding what would have been prayed. You can log time in the Spirit, sleeping in fellowship. Prayer is hard work because it takes concentration and is complex. Prayer mechanics must be learned.

Introduction : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 24 Introduction Effective prayer requires spiritual growth. Prayer Prayer is not usually considered fun. Prayer mechanics must be learned. God reads the souls, reading and understanding what would have been prayed. You can log time in the Spirit, sleeping in fellowship. Prayer is hard work because it takes concentration and is complex.

Prayer : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 25 Prayer

Prayer : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 26 Prayer “always…in my every prayer…” (NASB)

Prayer : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 27 Prayer “always…in my every prayer…” (NASB) pantote e0n pa/sh deh/sei mou PANTOTE EN PASE DESEI MOU

pantote e0n pa/sh deh/sei mou : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 28 pantote e0n pa/sh deh/sei mou pantote PANTOTE Adverb of Time Translated: “always” or “at all times”

pantote e0n pa/sh deh/sei mou : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 29 pantote e0n pa/sh deh/sei mou pantote PANTOTE e0n EN Preposition With the Locative Case Translated: “in” “always”

pantote e0n pa/sh deh/sei mou : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 30 pantote e0n pa/sh deh/sei mou pantote PANTOTE e0n EN “in” “always” pa/j PAS Adjective Locative Feminine Singular Locative of Sphere Grammar Syntax pa/sh PASE

pantote e0n pa/sh deh/sei mou : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 31 pantote e0n pa/sh deh/sei mou pa/sh PASE Adjective Locative Feminine Singular Locative Case Translated: “every” pantote PANTOTE “always” e0n EN “in” A Logical Sphere Geographic Point Point in Time Point in a Secession of Events Locative of Sphere:

pantote e0n pa/sh deh/sei mou : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 32 pantote e0n pa/sh deh/sei mou de/hsei DESEI Locative Feminine Singular Locative of Sphere Reference to Prayer pa/sh PASE pantote PANTOTE “always” “every” e0n EN “in”

pantote e0n pa/sh deh/sei mou : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 33 pantote e0n pa/sh deh/sei mou mou MOU Personal Pronoun from e0gw Possessive Genitive Translated: “of mine” de/hsei DESEI pa/sh PASE pantote PANTOTE “always” “every” “prayer” e0n EN “in”

pantote e0n pa/sh deh/sei mou : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 34 pantote e0n pa/sh deh/sei mou mou MOU de/hsei DESEI pa/sh PASE pantote PANTOTE “always” “every” “prayer” “of mine” Translation: “Always in my every prayer…” e0n EN “in”

Prayer Principles : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 35 Prayer Principles

Prayer Principles : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 36 Prayer Principles The noun de/hsei: used for petition or request to God Translated: “Prayer”

Prayer Principles : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 37 Prayer Principles The noun de/hsei: used for petition or request to God Translated: “Prayer” May Refer to Either Petition Intercession

Prayer Principles : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 38 Prayer Principles The noun de/hsei: used for petition or request to God Translated: “Prayer” May Refer to Either Petition Intercession When Paul prays, he remembers the Philippian believers.

Prayer Principles : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 39 Prayer Principles Prayer is a personal matter between every believer and God the Father.

Prayer Principles : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 40 Prayer Principles Prayer is a personal matter between every believer and God the Father. Every believer should enjoy prayer.

Prayer Principles : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 41 Prayer Principles Prayer is a personal matter between every believer and God the Father. Every believer should enjoy prayer. Paul’s challenge is that every believer should pray effectively and pleasurably.

Inclusiveness in Prayer : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 42 Inclusiveness in Prayer

Inclusiveness in Prayer : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 43 Inclusiveness in Prayer “…for you all…” (NASB) u9per pa/ntwn u9mwn HUPER PANTON HUMON

u9per pa/ntwn u9mwn : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 44 u9per pa/ntwn u9mwn u9per HUPER Preposition with the Genitive Translated: “on behalf of”

u9per pa/ntwn u9mwn : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 45 u9per pa/ntwn u9mwn pa/ntwn PANTON Genitive Plural Form of paj PAS Adjective Translated: “all” u9per HUPER “on behalf of”

u9per pa/ntwn u9mwn : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 46 u9per pa/ntwn u9mwn pa/ntwn PANTON u9per HUPER “on behalf of” “all” u9mwn HUMON Genitive Plural/ Personal Pronoun su Direct Object of u9per HUPER Translated: “of you”

u9per pa/ntwn u9mwn : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 47 u9per pa/ntwn u9mwn pa/ntwn PANTON u9per HUPER “on behalf of” “all” u9mwn HUMON “of you” “on behalf of” u9per preposition “you” u9mwn direct object “all” pa/ntwn adjective + +

Translation: : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 48 Translation: “…on behalf of all of you…”

Translation: : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 49 Translation: “…on behalf of all of you…” Paul is not leaving anyone out of his thanksgiving.

Translation: : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 50 Translation: Is one side in the wrong? “…on behalf of all of you…” Paul is not leaving anyone out of his thanksgiving.

Translation: : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 51 Translation: Thanksgiving prayers are based upon virtue. Paul prays for the entire church. “…on behalf of all of you…” Paul is not leaving anyone out of his thanksgiving. Is one side in the wrong?

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2/01 Philippians 1:4 52 Translation: “…on behalf of all of you…” Paul is not leaving anyone out of his thanksgiving. Thanksgiving prayers are based upon virtue. Paul prays for the entire church. Genitive of Advantage It is to their advantage for Paul to pray for them. Is one side in the wrong?

Translation: : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 53 Translation: “Always in my every prayer, on behalf of all of you…”

Doctrine of Prayer : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 54 Doctrine of Prayer

Doctrine of Prayer : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 55 Doctrine of Prayer Definition and Description Prayer Mandates Prayer Mechanics Prayer Protocol Unanswered Prayers Petition in Prayer Intercessory Prayer Special Prayers

Happiness in Prayer : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 56 Happiness in Prayer

Happiness in Prayer : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 57 Happiness in Prayer “…offering prayer…” (NASB)

Happiness in Prayer : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 58 Happiness in Prayer “…offering prayer…” (NASB) thn de/hsei poiou/menoj TEN DESEI POIOUMENOS

thn de/hsei poiou/menoj : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 59 thn de/hsei poiou/menoj thn de/hsei TEN DESEI Articular Noun Accusative Feminine Singular Translated: “Prayer” Definite Article Grammar de/hsij DESIS

thn de/hsei poiou/menoj : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 60 thn de/hsei TEN DESEI Articular Noun Accusative Feminine Singular Translated: “Prayer” Object of the Participle Definite Article: Identifying Use thn de/hsei poiou/menoj

thn de/hsei poiou/menoj : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 61 thn de/hsei poiou/menoj poiou/menoj POIOUMENOS Present Middle Participle Translated: To Make, To Perform, To Produce, To Accomplish thn de/hsei TEN DESEI “Prayer” Grammar poie/w POIEO

thn de/hsei poiou/menoj : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 62 thn de/hsei poiou/menoj thn de/hsei The Prayer Noun poiou/menoj Making Participle + = “offering prayer”

thn de/hsei poiou/menoj : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 63 thn de/hsei poiou/menoj Iterative Present: Repeated Action Action Occurs at Successive Intervals poiou/menoj POIOUMENOS Present Middle Participle thn de/hsei TEN DESEI “prayer” Syntax

thn de/hsei poiou/menoj : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 64 thn de/hsei poiou/menoj Iterative Present: Repeated Action poiou/menoj POIOUMENOS Present Middle Participle thn de/hsei TEN DESEI “Prayer” Indirect or Dynamic Middle Voice Paul produces the action of the participle.

thn de/hsei poiou/menoj : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 65 thn de/hsei poiou/menoj Iterative Present: Repeated Action poiou/menoj POIOUMENOS Present Middle Participle thn de/hsei TEN DESEI “Prayer” Indirect or Dynamic Middle Voice Temporal Participle Indicates When the Action of the Main Verb Takes Place

Happiness in Prayer : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 66 Happiness in Prayer “…with joy…” (NASB) meta\ xara=j META CHARAS

meta\ xara=j : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 67 meta\ xara=j meta\ META Preposition Translated: “with”

meta\ xara=j : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 68 meta\ xara=j meta\ META xara=j CHARAS Genitive Feminine Singular Translated: “joy” “inner happiness” “with” Grammar xara= CHARA

meta\ xara=j : 

meta\ xara=j Genitive of Attendant Circumstances It indicates a response which accompanies the action of the main verb. Happiness Accompanies Prayer Main Verbal Idea: “making prayer” Paul is happy when he is praying. meta\ META “with” Syntax xara=j CHARAS Genitive Feminine Singular

Principles of Happiness : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 70 Principles of Happiness

Principles of Happiness : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 71 Principles of Happiness This happiness is not an emotion.

Principles of Happiness : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 72 Principles of Happiness This happiness is not an emotion. Only mature believers experience this.

Principles of Happiness : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 73 Principles of Happiness This happiness is not an emotion. Only mature believers experience this. Nothing but bad decisions can interfere with this happiness.

Principles of Happiness : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 74 Principles of Happiness This happiness accompanies all prayer. This happiness is not an emotion. Only mature believers experience this. Nothing but bad decisions can interfere with this happiness.

Principles of Happiness : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 75 Principles of Happiness This happiness accompanies all prayer. You must distinguish between stimulated emotionalism from true inner happiness. This happiness is not an emotion. Only mature believers experience this. Nothing but bad decisions can interfere with this happiness.

Principles of Happiness : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 76 Principles of Happiness Emotional stimulation is transient and followed by lows.

Principles of Happiness : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 77 Principles of Happiness Emotional stimulation is transient and followed by lows. True happiness is thought.

Principles of Happiness : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 78 Principles of Happiness True happiness is permanent, based on our relationship with God. Emotional stimulation is transient and followed by lows. True happiness is thought.

Principles of Happiness : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 79 Principles of Happiness True happiness is permanent, based on our relationship with God. Paul is referring to the happiness God shares with the mature believer. Emotional stimulation is transient and followed by lows. True happiness is thought.

Principles of Happiness : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 80 Principles of Happiness True happiness is permanent, based on our relationship with God. Paul is referring to the happiness God shares with the mature believer. God’s happiness always sustains you. Emotional stimulation is transient and followed by lows. True happiness is thought.

Doctrine of Happiness : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 81 Doctrine of Happiness

Doctrine of Happiness : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 82 Doctrine of Happiness Introduction Vocabulary The Biblical Categories of Happiness Mandates for Happiness. The Mechanics for the Attainment of Perfect Happiness Progression of Happiness

Philippians 1:4 : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 83 Philippians 1:4

Philippians 1:4 : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 84 Philippians 1:4 “Always in my every prayer for all of you, when offering prayer with inner happiness.”

Pertinent Doctrines : 

2/01 Philippians 1:4 85 Pertinent Doctrines Prayer Happiness

Philippians 1:4 : 

Philippians 1:4 The Pleasure Of Prayer Closing Prayer http://home.comcast.net/~jimoliverministries/

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