Philippians 1:2 Lesson 1

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This lesson is the first in a series of exegetical Bible studies pertaining to Philippians 1:2 which is the second verse of the salutation of Paul's letter to his beloved Philippian congregation. The theme in this verse is God's grace. Presented by Pastor Jim Oliver

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Philippians 1:2 : 

Philippians 1:2 Lesson 1

Scripture Reading : 

Scripture Reading “For sin shall not be master over you, for you are not under law but under grace.” Romans 6:14 NASB “For you know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, that though He was rich, yet for your sake He became poor, so that you through His poverty might become rich.” 2 Corinthians 8:9 NASB “And God is able to make all grace abound to you, so that always having all sufficiency in everything, you may have an abundance for every good deed…” 2 Corinthians 9:8 NASB “He predestined us to adoption as sons through Jesus Christ to Himself, according to the kind intention of His will, to the praise of the glory of His grace, which He freely bestowed on us in the Beloved.  In Him we have redemption through His blood, the forgiveness of our trespasses, according to the riches of His grace which He lavished on us.” Ephesians 1:5-8 NASB “For by grace you have been saved through faith; and that not of yourselves, it is the gift of God; not as a result of works, so that no one may boast. For we are His workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand so that we would walk in them.” Ephesians 2:8-10

Philippians 1:2 : 

Philippians 1:2 The Salutation Continues…

Philippians 1:2 : 

Philippians 1:2 The Salutation Continues… “Be filled with the Spirit…” Ephesians 5:18 Name your sins to God the Father.

Philippians 1:2 : 

Philippians 1:2 The Salutation Continues… Opening Prayer

Chapter Outline : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 6 Chapter Outline Chapter 1 Verses 1-2 The Salutation

Chapter Translation : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 7 Chapter Translation “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.” Philippians 1:1

Verse Outline : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 8 Verse Outline Introduction The Dramatic Grace Crescendo Grace Defined The Crescendo Peace to Prosperity Grace Prosperity The Source of Grace The Door to Grace

Introduction : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 9 Introduction

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1/2001 Philippians 1:2 10 Introduction Simple Greeting?

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1/2001 Philippians 1:2 11 Introduction Simple Greeting? A Reminder to the Philippians

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1/2001 Philippians 1:2 12 Introduction Unfamiliar with Church Age Doctrine Simple Greeting? A Reminder to the Philippians

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1/2001 Philippians 1:2 13 Introduction Unfamiliar with Church Age Doctrine Simple Greeting? A Reminder to the Philippians Illustration of the One Word Reminder:

Introduction : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 14 Introduction Unfamiliar with Church Age Doctrine Simple Greeting? A Reminder to the Philippians Illustration of the One Word Reminder: “Saint” Baptism of the Holy Spirit Sanctification Eternal Security

Introduction : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 15 Introduction Every Church Age believer must master these unique doctrines. Unfamiliar with Church Age Doctrine Simple Greeting? A Reminder to the Philippians Illustration of the One Word Reminder: “Saint”

Slide 16: 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 16 Introduction

xa/rij : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 17 Introduction Grace xa/rij

xa/rij : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 18 Grace defines God’s policy toward humanity. Introduction xa/rij Grace God’s Perfect Integrity God’s Perfect Love

xa/rij : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 19 Grace expresses the outpouring of His integrity and love toward you. Introduction xa/rij Grace

xa/rij : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 20 Grace expresses the outpouring of His integrity and love toward you. God’s grace is awesome! Introduction xa/rij Grace

The Dramatic Grace Crescendo : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 21 The Dramatic Grace Crescendo

The Dramatic Grace Crescendo : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 22 The Dramatic Grace Crescendo “Grace to you and peace …” (NASB)

The Dramatic Grace Crescendo : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 23 The Dramatic Grace Crescendo “Grace to you and peace …” (NASB) xa/rij u9mi=n kai\ ei0rh/nh CHARIS HUMIN KAI IRENE

xa/rij u9mi=n kai\ ei0rh/nh : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 24 xa/rij u9mi=n kai\ ei0rh/nh xa/rij CHARIS Noun: Nominative Feminine Singular Subject Nominative Translated “Grace” xa/rij

xa/rij u9mi=n kai\ ei0rh/nh : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 25 xa/rij u9mi=n kai\ ei0rh/nh xa/rij CHARIS Noun: Nominative Feminine Singular Subject Nominative Translated “Grace” Common Roman Greeting xa/rij

xa/rij u9mi=n kai\ ei0rh/nh : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 26 xa/rij u9mi=n kai\ ei0rh/nh Paul never wasted words! Context Brings to Mind Great Doctrines xa/rij CHARIS Noun: Nominative Feminine Singular Subject Nominative Translated “Grace” Common Roman Greeting

xa/rij u9mi=n kai\ ei0rh/nh : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 27 xa/rij u9mi=n kai\ ei0rh/nh xa/rij CHARIS u9mi=n HUMIN 2nd Person Plural Personal Pronoun Dative Case Indirect Object Translated: “to you” “Grace” u9mi=n of Personal Advantage fGrammar fSyntax To be under God’s grace system is the greatest advantage!

xa/rij u9mi=n kai\ ei0rh/nh : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 28 xa/rij u9mi=n kai\ ei0rh/nh xa/rij CHARIS This aims grace to the soul of every believer! u9mi=n HUMIN 2nd Person Plural Personal Pronoun Dative Case of Personal Advantage Indirect Object Translated: “to you” “Grace” soul

xa/rij u9mi=n kai\ ei0rh/nh : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 29 xa/rij u9mi=n kai\ ei0rh/nh xa/rij CHARIS u9mi=n HUMIN “Grace to you…” “Grace” “to you”

Grace Defined : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 30 Grace Defined Grace is all that God is free to do for humanity without compromising His essence.

Grace Defined : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 31 Grace Defined Grace is all that God is free to do for humanity without compromising His essence. Grace means favor, kindness, and mercy.

Grace Defined : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 32 Grace Defined Grace is all that God is free to do for humanity without compromising His essence. Grace means favor, kindness, and mercy. It is based upon Christ’s work on the Cross.

Grace Defined : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 33 Grace Defined Grace is all that God is free to do for humanity without compromising His essence. Grace means favor, kindness, and mercy. It is based upon Christ’s work on the Cross. It includes every detail of God’s plan.

Grace Defined : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 34 Grace Defined Grace is all that God is free to do for humanity without compromising His essence. Grace means favor, kindness, and mercy. It is based upon Christ’s work on the Cross. It includes every detail of God’s plan. Dative of Advantage: The advantage is God’s grace.

Grace Defined : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 35 Grace Defined Grace is all that God is free to do for humanity without compromising His essence. Grace means favor, kindness, and mercy. It is based upon Christ’s work on the Cross. It includes every detail of God’s plan. Dative of Advantage: The advantage is God’s grace. No believer can ever be removed from God’s grace.

Doctrine of Grace : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 36 Doctrine of Grace Propositions Regarding Grace Grace Defined The Problem of Spiritual Death Categories of Grace Pre-Salvation Grace Salvation Grace Post-Salvation Grace

xa/rij u9mi=n kai\ ei0rh/nh : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 37 xa/rij u9mi=n kai\ ei0rh/nh xa/rij CHARIS u9mi=n HUMIN kai\ KAI Conjunction Ascensive Use Translated: “and so” What follows results from what has preceded. “Grace” “to you” kai\

xa/rij u9mi=n kai\ ei0rh/nh : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 38 xa/rij u9mi=n kai\ ei0rh/nh xa/rij CHARIS u9mi=n HUMIN kai\ KAI ei0rh/nh IRENE Noun Subject Nominative, Translated, “Peace.” “Grace” “to you” “and so” ei0rh/nh Feminine, Singular

xa/rij u9mi=n kai\ ei0rh/nh : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 39 xa/rij u9mi=n kai\ ei0rh/nh Prosperity results from exploitation of God’s grace! Prosperity follows grace!

xa/rij u9mi=n kai\ ei0rh/nh : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 40 xa/rij u9mi=n kai\ ei0rh/nh Prosperity results from exploitation of God’s grace! The Philippian believers exploited grace to the maximum by growing in grace. Prosperity follows grace!

xa/rij u9mi=n kai\ ei0rh/nh : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 41 xa/rij u9mi=n kai\ ei0rh/nh Prosperity results from exploitation of God’s grace! The Philippian believers exploited grace to the maximum by growing in grace. Grace prosperity is the sum total of those blessings from God imputed to that believer after he has achieved spiritual maturity. Prosperity follows grace!

The Dramatic Crescendo : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 42 The Dramatic Crescendo Grace

The Dramatic Crescendo : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 43 The Dramatic Crescendo Grace builds to Grace Prosperity

The Dramatic Crescendo : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 44 The Dramatic Crescendo What can follow an understanding of grace to heighten and intensify our love and appreciation of Him? Grace builds to Grace Prosperity

The Dramatic Crescendo : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 45 The Dramatic Crescendo What can follow an understanding of grace to heighten and intensify our love and appreciation of Him? Grace builds to Grace Prosperity Prosperity results from the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ.

The Dramatic Crescendo : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 46 The Dramatic Crescendo What can follow an understanding of grace to heighten and intensify our love and appreciation of Him? “Grace to you for your benefit and so prosperity!” Grace builds to Grace Prosperity Prosperity results from the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ.

ei0rh/nh: “Prosperity” instead of “Peace” : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 47 ei0rh/nh: “Prosperity” instead of “Peace”

ei0rh/nh: “Prosperity” instead of “Peace” : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 48 ei0rh/nh: “Prosperity” instead of “Peace” Use of Conjunction Changes Context of Noun

ei0rh/nh: “Prosperity” instead of “Peace” : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 49 ei0rh/nh: “Prosperity” instead of “Peace” Use of Conjunction Changes Context of Noun Meaning Changes from “Peace” to “Prosperity.”

ei0rh/nh: “Prosperity” instead of “Peace” : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 50 Use of Conjunction Changes Context of Noun Meaning Changes from “Peace” to “Prosperity” Grace Prosperity is “above and beyond what we can ask or think.” (Ephesians 3:20) ei0rh/nh: “Prosperity” instead of “Peace”

ei0rh/nh: “Prosperity” instead of “Peace” : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 51 Use of Conjunction Changes Context of Noun Meaning Changes from “Peace” to “Prosperity” Grace Prosperity is “above and beyond what we can ask or think.” (Ephesians 3:20) The Philippians enjoyed at least one category of prosperity: wealth. ei0rh/nh: “Prosperity” instead of “Peace”

ei0rh/nh: “Prosperity” instead of “Peace” : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 52 Use of Conjunction Changes Context of Noun Meaning Changes from “Peace” to “Prosperity” Grace Prosperity is “above and beyond what we can ask or think.” (Ephesians 3:20) The Philippians enjoyed at least one category of prosperity: wealth. Exploitation of God’s grace requires spiritual growth under a prepared pastor-teacher. ei0rh/nh: “Prosperity” instead of “Peace”

The Doctrine of Grace Prosperity : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 53 The Doctrine of Grace Prosperity Definition Grace Prosperity and Capacity for Life Capacity for Life Results From Spiritual Growth Capacity for Life or Capacity for Discipline Scriptural Passages of Grace Prosperity Prosperity Blessings in the Time of Maturity

Philippians 1:2 : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 54 Philippians 1:2 “Grace to you for your benefit and so prosperity...”

The Source of Grace : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 55 The Source of Grace

The Source of Grace : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 56 The Source of Grace “…from God our Father…” (NASB) a0po\ qeou= patro\j h9mw=n APO THEOU PATROS HEMON

a0po\ qeou= patro\j h9mw=n : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 57 a0po\ qeou= patro\j h9mw=n a0po\ APO With the Ablative of Source Meaning: “from” Denoting Ultimate Source a0po\ Prepositional Phrase fPreposition

a0po\ qeou= patro\j h9mw=n : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 58 a0po\ qeou= patro\j h9mw=n a0po\ APO qeou= THEOU Proper Noun, qeoj THEOS Ablative, Masculine, Singular Translated: “God” Ablative of Source: The Father is the Source Anarthrous Construction: Perfection of God “from” qeou= No Definite Article

a0po\ qeou= patro\j h9mw=n : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 59 a0po\ qeou= patro\j h9mw=n qeou= THEOU patro\j PATROS Noun, pate/r PATER Genitive Masculine Singular Translated: “Father” “from” a0po\ APO “God” patro\j

a0po\ qeou= patro\j h9mw=n : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 60 a0po\ qeou= patro\j h9mw=n patro\j PATROS h9mw=n HUMON Possessive Personal Pronoun Genitive Masculine Plural from e0gw EGO Translated: “our” Qeou= THEOU “from” a0po\ APO “God” “Father” h9mw=n Genitive of Personal Relationship

“…from God our Father…” : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 61 “…from God our Father…” Every Church Age believer has an intensely personal relationship with the Father. He is the personal Father God of every Church Age believer. He had every Church Age believer personally in mind when He designed His grace plan.

The Door to the Plan : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 62 The Door to the Plan

The Door to the Plan : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 63 The Door to the Plan “…and the Lord Jesus Christ.” (NASB) kai\ kuri/ou 9ihsou= xristou= KAI KURIOU IYESOU CHRISTO

kai\ kuri/ou 9ihsou= xristou= : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 64 kai\ kuri/ou 9ihsou= xristou= kai\ KAI Connective Use of the Conjunction Translated: “and” kai\

kai\ kuri/ou 9ihsou= xristou= : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 65 kai\ kuri/ou 9ihsou= xristou= kai\ KAI kuri/ou 9ihsou= KURIOU IYSOU “and” Ablatives of Source

kai\ kuri/ou 9ihsou= xristou= : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 66 kai\ kuri/ou 9ihsou= xristou= kai\ KAI kuri/ou 9ihsou= KURIOU IYSOU “and” xristou== KRISTOU Ablative of Apposition of xristoj Describes “Jesus”

kai\ kuri/ou 9ihsou= xristou= : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 67 kai\ kuri/ou 9ihsou= xristou= kai\ KAI kuri/ou 9ihsou= KURIOU IYSOU “and” Anarthrous Construction Denotes Christ’s Quality xristou== KRISTOU No Definite Article

The Son is the Door to the Plan : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 68 The Son is the Door to the Plan “Jesus” is the name of His humanity. “Christ” refers to His messianic appointment. Jesus Christ is the open door to God’s plan.

The Son is the Door to the Plan : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 69 The Son is the Door to the Plan The Father provides the blessings. Christ is the door to those blessings. The Holy Spirit provides the power for worship. The Spirit points to the Son. “Jesus” is the name of His humanity. “Christ” refers to His messianic appointment. Jesus Christ is the open door to God’s plan. The Church Age: Glorification of Christ

Philippians 1:2 : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 70 Philippians 1:2 “Grace to you for your benefit and so prosperity from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ.”

The Salutation: Philippians 1:1-2 : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 71 The Salutation: Philippians 1:1-2 “Paul and Timothy, slaves belonging to Christ Jesus, to all the saints in Christ Jesus, who are located in Philippi, with bishop-guardians (pastor-teachers) and deacons”. “Grace to you for your benefit and so prosperity from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ.”

Relevant Doctrines : 

1/2001 Philippians 1:2 72 Relevant Doctrines Grace Grace Prosperity

Philippians 1:2 : 

Philippians 1:2 Closing Prayer

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