|Staying in the Word|
Chapter Four, Lesson Two
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** Paul had been the good example, why is it so important to "practice" a godly way of life?
V.10 ** Having set the Philippians onto the proper "thought" and "walk" path, he again turns to his desire to show how much he loves them and is thankful for them. Had the Philippians previously been concerned for Paul?
** What was the problem, why had they gone through a dry spell of helping Paul in the ministry?
** Do you recall from chapter two how the Philippians did respond out of their revived concerned for Paul?
V.11 ** Drawing from his present circumstances, what does Paul want to teach them?
** Going off the page for a moment, what do you remember about Paul's circumstances that would have challenged any hope for contentment?