Philippians 1:1 Lesson 5

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This presentation is 5th in a series of exegetical Bible studies pertaining to Philippians 1:1. Presented by Pastor Jim Oliver.

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Philippians 1:1 : 

Philippians 1:1 Lesson 5 Presented by Pastor Jim Oliver http://home.comcast.net/~jimoliverministries/

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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 confidence in Him.” The Lord is good to those who wait for Him, to the person who seeks Him. Scripture Reading Lamentations 3: 20-25

Paul’s Letter to the Philippians : 

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

Paul’s Letter to the Philippians : 

Paul’s Letter to the Philippians Philippians 1:1b “Be filled with the Spirit.” Ephesians 5:18 Name your sin to God the Father.

Paul’s Letter to the Philippians : 

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

Translation : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 6 Translation “Paul and Timothy” Philippians 1:1a

Translation : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 7 Translation “Paul and Timothy” Philippians 1:1a Outline: Introduction Promotion Slavery to Christ Jesus Sanctification

Translation : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 8 Translation “Paul and Timothy” Philippians 1:1a Outline: Introduction Promotion Slavery to Christ Jesus Sanctification

Slaves to Jesus Christ : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 9 Slaves to Jesus Christ An accurate translation is necessary! Without translation accuracy, we cannot interpret correctly. Without an accurate interpretation, we cannot learn the right lesson. If we do not learn the right lesson, we do not grow up spiritually.

Slaves to Jesus Christ : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 10 Slaves to Jesus Christ An accurate translation is necessary! Without translation accuracy, we cannot interpret correctly. Without an accurate interpretation, we cannot learn the right lesson. If we do not learn the right lesson, we do not grow up spiritually. If we do not grow up spiritually, We will never glorify God!

Slaves to Jesus Christ : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 11 Slaves to Jesus Christ “…bond-servants of Christ Jesus…” (NASB)

Slaves to Jesus Christ : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 12 Slaves to Jesus Christ “…bond-servants of Christ Jesus…” (NASB) do=uloi xristou= i0hsou= DOULOI CHRISTOU IYESOU Greek Text Font is SPIonic

“…do=uloi xristou= i0hsou=…” : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 13 “…do=uloi xristou= i0hsou=…” Nominative Masculine Plural of the Noun: DOULOS do=uloj Subject Nominative Translated: “Slaves” do=uloi subject verb object

“…do=uloi xristou= i0hsou=…” : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 14 “…do=uloi xristou= i0hsou=…” Nominative Masculine Plural of the Noun: DOULOS do=uloj Subject Nominative Translated: “Slaves”

“…do=uloi xristou= i0hsou=…” : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 15 “…do=uloi xristou= i0hsou=…” Nominative Masculine Plural of the Noun: DOULOS do=uloj Subject Nominative Translated: “Slaves” Anarthrous Construction No Preceding Definite Article Denotes Uniqueness of this State of Slavery NO DEFINITE ARTICLE

“…do=uloi xristou= i0hsou=…” : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 16 “…do=uloi xristou= i0hsou=…” Translation should read: “Slave,” not “Servant”

“…do=uloi xristou= i0hsou=…” : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 17 “…do=uloi xristou= i0hsou=…” Translation should read: “Slave,” not “Servant” Their meanings appear to be close. The lifestyles are very different. Responsibilities of both parties change with slavery.

“…do=uloi xristou= i0hsou=…” : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 18 “…do=uloi xristou= i0hsou=…” Translation should read: “Slave,” not “Servant” The anarthrous construction of do=uloj indicates the highest quality lifestyle.

“…do=uloi xristou= i0hsou=…” : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 19 “…do=uloi xristou= i0hsou=…” Translation should read: “Slave,” not “Servant” The anarthrous construction of do=uloj indicates the highest quality lifestyle. Unique in Lifestyles Our Lord has perfect integrity as a slaveholder.

“…do=uloi xristou= i0hsou=…” : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 20 “…do=uloi xristou= i0hsou=…” xristou= i0hsou

“…do=uloi xristou= i0hsou=…” : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 21 “…do=uloi xristou= i0hsou=…” xristou= CHRISTOU Genitive Masculine Singular The genitive describes or defines a substantive by ascribing a quality or relationship to it. “What kind of slaves?”

“…do=uloi xristou= i0hsou=…” : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 22 “…do=uloi xristou= i0hsou=…” Genitive of Possession Proper Name: Christ xristou= CHRISTOU Genitive Masculine Singular

“…do=uloi xristou= i0hsou=…” : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 23 “…do=uloi xristou= i0hsou=…” 0ihsou= YESOU Genitive Masculine Singular Appositional Genitive Proper Name: Jesus Modifies or Describes Christ Genitive of Possession Proper Name: Christ xristou= CHRISTOU Genitive Masculine Singular

“…Christ Jesus…” : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 24 “…Christ Jesus…”

“…Christ Jesus…” : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 25 “…Christ Jesus…” “Christ” refers to our Lord’s Messiahship. CHRISTOS xristoj

“…Christ Jesus…” : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 26 “…Christ Jesus…” “Christ” refers to our Lord’s Messiahship. Jewish Royalty Son of David Royal Family: Israel One Thousand Year Rule

“…Christ Jesus…” : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 27 “…Christ Jesus…” “Christ” refers to our Lord’s Messiahship. Jewish Royalty Battlefield Royalty Gained by His work on the Cross Royal Titles: King of kings, Lord of lords Royal Family: The Church, The Bride of Christ

“…Christ Jesus…” : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 28 “…Christ Jesus…” “Christ” refers to our Lord’s Messiahship. Jewish Royalty Battlefield Royalty of the Church Age “Jesus” means “Savior.” Describes “Christ”

“…Christ Jesus…” : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 29 “God demonstrated His own love for us in that while we were yet sinners. Christ died as a substitute for us.” Romans 5:8 RBT “…Christ Jesus…” “Christ” refers to our Lord’s Messiahship. Jewish Royalty Battlefield Royalty of the Church Age “Jesus” means “Savior.” Jesus Christ became our Savior by dying as our substitute.

Translation: : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 30 Translation: “Paul and Timothy, slaves belonging to Christ Jesus…” “Belonging to” comes from the genitive of possession of “Christ.”

Translation: : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 31 Translation: “Paul and Timothy, slaves belonging to Christ Jesus…” “Belonging to” comes from the genitive of possession of “Christ.” Study of “Christ Jesus” Reserved for Chapter 2

Principles of Slavery : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 32 Principles of Slavery

Principles of Slavery : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 33 Principles of Slavery A Slave Compared With a Servant The Pastor-Teacher as a Slave of Jesus Christ The Congregation Benefits From the Pastor-Teacher’s Slavery Status

Notes on Slavery : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 34 Notes on Slavery Roman slavery was evidently very different from American and European slavery of the last century.

Notes on Slavery : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 35 Notes on Slavery Roman slavery was evidently very different from American and European slavery of the last century. A Roman slave was supposedly better off than a free man outside of Rome.

Notes on Slavery : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 36 Notes on Slavery Roman slavery was evidently very different from American and European slavery of the last century. A Roman slave was supposedly better off than a free man outside of Rome. Slaves did benefit from Roman prosperity.

Notes on Slavery : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 37 Notes on Slavery Paul uses “slavery” as a dramatic concept. Roman slaves were accorded some benefits. Paul calling himself a slave would have given the Philippians pause. Paul used this dramatic shock to impress his readers. Christ put Himself under the humiliation of subordination. Pastors are better off being slaves to Christ than to be under any system of freedom.

Notes on Slavery : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 38 Notes on Slavery Paul identified himself as an apostle, denoting his spiritual authority. Paul identifying himself as a slave with whom Philippians are co-workers.

Notes on Slavery : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 39 Notes on Slavery Paul identified himself as an apostle, denoting his spiritual authority. Paul identifying himself as a slave with whom Philippians are co-workers. The mood is friendship and love, based upon spiritual rapport. The mood is not authoritarian correction.

Sanctification : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 40 Sanctification

Sanctification : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 41 Sanctification “…to all the saints …” (NASB) “…pa=sin toi=j a9gi/oij…” “…PASIN TOIS HAGIOIS…”

pa=sin toi=j a9gi/oij : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 42 pa=sin toi=j a9gi/oij pa=sin, PASIN: “All” Dative of Direct Object Dative Masculine Plural From the Adjective pa=j PAS Translated: “to all” Refers to the Entire Congregation

pa=sin toi=j a9gi/oij : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 43 pa=sin toi=j a9gi/oij toi=j, TOIS Definite Article Dative Masculine Plural Generic Use of the Definite Article Distinguishes One Class or Group From Another

pa=sin toi=j a9gi/oij : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 44 pa=sin toi=j a9gi/oij a9gi/oij, HAGIOIS Dative Masculine Plural Dative of Advantage From the Noun, a9gi/oj HAGIOS

pa=sin toi=j a9gi/oij : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 45 pa=sin toi=j a9gi/oij a9gi/oij, HAGIOIS Saints Sanctified Ones Holy Ones Those Who Have Been Set Apart for Something Special

“…to all the saints…” : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 46 “…to all the saints…”

“…to all the saints…” : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 47 “…to all the saints…” Denotes to Whom this Epistle is Written Lumps Recipients Together as One Group The entire congregation is categorically included.

“…to all the saints…” : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 48 “…to all the saints…” Every believer has been sanctified so is a saint. The generic use indicates that these are a special category of people. Denotes to Whom this Epistle is Written Lumps Recipients Together as One Group The entire congregation is categorically included. You are holy! All Church Age Believers: “Saints!”

“…to all the saints…” : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 49 “…to all the saints…” “Saint” describes Church Age believers. Church Age believers have been set apart for a special purpose that spans into eternity.

“…to all the saints…” : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 50 “…to all the saints…” “Saint” describes Church Age believers. Church Age believers have been set apart for a special purpose that spans into eternity. The dative of advantage denotes that it is to our advantage to be a saint.

“…to all the saints…” : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 51 “…to all the saints…” “Saint” describes Church Age believers. Church Age believers have been set apart for a special purpose that spans into eternity. The dative of advantage denotes that it is to our advantage to be a saint. Sainthood is the ultimate advantage in human history.

Additional Studies : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 52 Additional Studies Slavery http://jimoliverministries.home.comcast.net/~jimoliverministries/

Additional Studies : 

12/2000 Philippians 1:1b 53 Additional Studies Slavery Closing Prayer Philippians 1:1c http://jimoliverministries.home.comcast.net/~jimoliverministries/

End of Philippians 1:1b : 

End of Philippians 1:1b Philippians 1:1c http://jimoliverministries.home.comcast.net/~jimoliverministries/

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