Philippians 1:1 Lesson 7

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This is the seventh lesson in a series of exegetical Bible studies pertaining to Philippians 1:1. This verse begins the saluation to Paul's letter to his beloved Philippian congregation. This version includes the Greek font of the generallyl accepted original Scripture. Presented by Pastor Jim Oliver

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Philippians : 

Philippians Philippians 1:1 Lesson 7

Paul’s Letter to the Philippians : 

Paul’s Letter to the Philippians Scripture Reading Surely my soul remembers and is bowed down within me. This I recall to my mind, Therefore I have hope. The Lord’s loving kindnesses never cease, for His compassions never fail. It is of the LORD’S mercies that we are not consumed, because His compassions fail not. They are new every morning; Great is Your faithfulness. “The Lord is my portion,” says my soul, “Therefore I have hope in Him.” The Lord is good to those who wait for Him, To the person who seeks Him. Lamentations 3: 20-25

Paul’s Letter to the Philippians : 

Paul’s Letter to the Philippians Philippians 1:1c

Paul’s Letter to the Philippians : 

Paul’s Letter to the Philippians Philippians 1:1c “Be filled with the Spirit.” Ephesians 5:18 Name your sins to God the Father. Opening Prayer

Paul’s Letter to the Philippians : 

Paul’s Letter to the Philippians Philippians 1:1c Opening Prayer

Translation : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1c 6 Translation “Paul and Timothy, slaves belonging to Christ Jesus…” Philippians 1:1a

Outline : 

7 Outline Introduction Promotion Slavery to Christ Jesus Sanctification Local Church

Mechanics of Sanctification : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1c 8 Mechanics of Sanctification

Mechanics of Sanctification : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1c 9 Mechanics of Sanctification “…in Christ Jesus…” NASB e0n xristw|= 0ihsou= EN CHRISTO IYESOU

e0n xristw|= i0hsou= : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1c 10 e0n xristw|= i0hsou= e0n, EN Preposition Translated, “within” or “in.”

e0n xristw|= i0hsou= : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1c 11 e0n xristw|= i0hsou= e0n, EN: “within” or “in” xristw|= CHRISTO Locative Case Masculine Singular Locative Case: “In” Case Locative of Sphere: Abstract Use

e0n xristw|= i0hsou= : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1c 12 e0n xristw|= i0hsou= i0hsou= IYESOU Transliterated: “Jesus” Appositional Genitive Masculine Singular This gives more information about Christ. This “Christ” is Jesus. “…in Christ Jesus…” e0n, EN: “within” or “in” xristw|= CHRISTO: “Christ” : “Jesus”

e0n xristw|= i0hsou= : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1c 13 e0n xristw|= i0hsou= i0hsou= IYESOU Transliterated: “Jesus” Appositional Genitive Masculine Singular This gives more information about Christ. This “Christ” is Jesus. “…in Christ Jesus…” e0n, EN: “within” or “in” xristw|= CHRISTO: “Christ” : “Jesus”

“…in Christ Jesus…” : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1c 14 “…in Christ Jesus…” Two Erroneous Understandings “By Christ” Referencing Our Means to Salvation Salvation is by faith in the Person of Jesus Christ. This is a true statement but an inaccurate translation.

“…in Christ Jesus…” : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1c 15 “…in Christ Jesus…” Two Erroneous Understandings “By Christ” Referencing Our Means to Salvation Salvation is by faith in the Person of Jesus Christ. This is a true statement but an inaccurate translation.

“…in Christ Jesus…” : 

12/2000 16 “…in Christ Jesus…” Two Erroneous Understandings “By Christ” as Our Means to Salvation “In Christ” as Inscrutable Some allege that some statements are not to be understood. Is “in Christ” a mystery?

“…in Christ Jesus…” : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1c 17 “…in Christ Jesus…” Both interpretations limit Paul’s message. “By Christ” misses the uniqueness of Church Age royalty and privilege. This mystical interpretation misses the real meaning of Biblical mysteries.

“…in Christ Jesus…” : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1c 18 “…in Christ Jesus…” Both interpretations limit Paul’s message. “By Christ” misses the uniqueness of Church Age royalty and privilege. This mystical interpretation misses the real meaning of Biblical mysteries. Church Age believers are designed to understand Biblical mysteries.

“…in Christ Jesus…” : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1c 19 “…in Christ Jesus…” Every Church Age believer is in “union with Christ.”

“…in Christ Jesus…” : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1c 20 “…in Christ Jesus…” Every Church Age believer is in “union with Christ.” This denotes the mechanics for our sanctification.

“…in Christ Jesus…” : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1c 21 “…in Christ Jesus…” Every Church Age believer is in “union with Christ.” This denotes the mechanics for our sanctification. We must understand our sainthood.

“…in Christ Jesus…” : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1c 22 “…in Christ Jesus…” Every Church Age believer is in “union with Christ.” This denotes the mechanics for our sanctification. We must understand our sainthood. Paul teaches this doctrine for our understanding.

Doctrine of Sanctification : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1c 23 Doctrine of Sanctification Definition and Description Etymology The Three Phases of Sanctification The Means of Sanctification Recipients of Sanctification Three Agents of Sanctification Sanctification of Food

Doctrine of Sanctification : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1c 24 Doctrine of Sanctification Definition and Description Etymology The Three Phases of Sanctification The Means of Sanctification Recipients of Sanctification Three Agents of Sanctification Sanctification of Food

Translation: : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1c 25 Translation: “Paul and Timothy, slaves belonging to Christ Jesus, to all the saints in Christ Jesus…” Philippians 1:1

The Local Church : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1c 26 The Local Church

The Local Church : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1c 27 The Local Church “…who are in Philippi…” (NASB) toi=j ou]sin e0n fili/ppoij TOIS OUSIN EN PHILPPOIS

toi=j ou]sin e0n Fili/ppoij : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1c 28 toi=j ou]sin e0n Fili/ppoij toi=j TOIS Definite Article Dative Masculine Singular Used as a Relative Pronoun Translated: “who”

toi=j ou]sin e0n Fili/ppoij : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1c 29 toi=j ou]sin e0n Fili/ppoij ou]sin OUSIN Present Active Participle toi=j TOIS: “who” Articular Construction The article emphasizes the identity of the Royal Family in Philippi. These saints make up the local church. From the Verb, “to be” ei0mi EIMI

toi=j ou]sin e0n Fili/ppoij : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1c 30 toi=j ou]sin e0n Fili/ppoij Durative Present Participle toi=j TOIS: “who” Articular Construction Their residency began in the past and continues into the present. ou]sin OUSIN Present Active Participle

toi=j ou]sin e0n Fili/ppoij : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1c 31 toi=j ou]sin e0n Fili/ppoij Durative Present Participle Active Voice toi=j TOIS: “who” Articular Construction ou]sin OUSIN Present Active Participle The Philippians produce the action of the verb. They congregate to be taught the Word.

toi=j ou]sin e0n Fili/ppoij : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1c 32 toi=j ou]sin e0n Fili/ppoij Durative Present Participle Active Voice toi=j TOIS: “who” Articular Construction ou]sin OUSIN Present Active Participle Circumstantial Participle Expresses Attendant Circumstances “…to those residing…”

toi=j ou]sin e0n Fili/ppoij : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1c 33 toi=j ou]sin e0n Fili/ppoij e0n Fili/ppoij EN PHILIPPIOS Preposition: e0n “in” Locative of Place, Proper Noun: “Philippi” “in Philippi” toi=j TOIS: “who” ou]sin OUSIN: “to those residing”

“..to those residing in Philippi…” : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1c 34 “..to those residing in Philippi…”

“..to those residing in Philippi…” : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1c 35 “..to those residing in Philippi…” Addressed to the Royal Family Wherever He May Live Whomever His Pastor Whatever Congregation

“..to those residing in Philippi…” : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1c 36 “..to those residing in Philippi…” Addressed to the Royal Family Wherever He May Live Whomever His Pastor Whatever Congregation The issue is gathering to hear the teaching of the Word. The place for the teaching of the Word is the local church.

The Local Church Defined : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1c 37 The Local Church Defined The local church is a classroom provided by God for the transmission of Word from the written page of the Scripture to the soul of the believer.

The Local Church Defined : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1c 38 The Local Church Defined The local church is a classroom provided by God for the transmission of Word from the written page of the Scripture to the soul of the believer. It requires the gift of pastor-teacher, the ministry of God the Holy Spirit and you!

“..to those residing in Philippi…” : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1c 39 “..to those residing in Philippi…”

“..to those residing in Philippi…” : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1c 40 “..to those residing in Philippi…” The citizens of Philippi were citizens of Rome in Macedonia. The believers in Philippi were citizens of Heaven in Philippi. “Citizen of Rome in Philippi!” “Citizen of Heaven in Philippi!”

“..to those residing in Philippi…” : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1c 41 “..to those residing in Philippi…” The citizens of Philippi were citizens of Rome in Macedonia. The believers in Philippi were citizens of Heaven in Philippi. “Citizen of Rome in Philippi!” “Citizen of Heaven in Philippi!”

Local Church Hierarchy : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1c 42 Local Church Hierarchy “…together with bishop-overseers and deacons.” (NASB) su\n e0pisko/poj kai\ diako/noj SUN EPISKOPOS KAI DIAKONOS

su\n e0pisko/poj kai\ diako/noj : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1c 43 su\n e0pisko/poj kai\ diako/noj su\n SUN Preposition Means: “with” or “together with”

su\n e0pisko/poj kai\ diako/noj : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1c 44 su\n e0pisko/poj kai\ diako/noj su\n SUN Preposition Means: “with” or “together with” Two Objects e0pisko/poj EPISKOPOS: Bishop-Overseers diako/noj DIAKONOS: Deacons Instrumental of Association Masculine Plural

su\n e0pisko/poj kai\ diako/noj : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1c 45 su\n e0pisko/poj kai\ diako/noj su\n SUN Preposition Means: “with” or “together with” Two Objects e0pisko/poj EPISKOPOS: Bishop-Overseers diako/noj DIAKONOS: Deacons Instrumental of Association Masculine Plural This introduces the system of hierarchy and organization in the local church.

su\n e0pisko/poj kai\ diako/noj : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1c 46 su\n e0pisko/poj kai\ diako/noj e0pisko/poj EPISKOPOS Translated: Bishop-Overseer Pastor-Teacher Authority Delegation within the Local Church Organization su\n SUN: “with” or “together with”

su\n e0pisko/poj kai\ diako/noj : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1c 47 su\n e0pisko/poj kai\ diako/noj diako/noj DEACONOS Deacon Men Delegated Authority Local Church Administrators e0pisko/poj EPISKOPOS: Pastor-Teacher su\n SUN: “with” or “together with”

su\n e0pisko/poj kai\ diako/noj : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1c 48 su\n e0pisko/poj kai\ diako/noj Translation: “…together with pastor-teachers and deacons.” diako/noj DEACONOS: Deacons e0pisko/poj EPISKOPOS: Pastor-Teacher su\n SUN: “with” or “together with”

Local Church Hierarchy : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1c 49 Local Church Hierarchy The Lord Jesus Christ The Bishop-Overseer The Deacons The Congregation

Philippians 1:1 : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1c 50 Philippians 1:1 “Paul and Timothy, slaves belonging to Christ Jesus to all the saints in Christ Jesus to those residing in Philippi together with pastor-teachers and deacons.”

More Resources : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1c 51 More Resources Sanctification Local Church Hierarchy Basic Dispensations: The Divine Blueprint of History

More Resources : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1c 52 More Resources Sanctification Local Church Hierarchy Basic Dispensations: The Divine Blueprint of History Closing Prayer For Additional Information: http://jimoliverministries.home.comcast.net/~jimoliverministries/

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