Philippians 1 Resources


LIFE IN CHRIST
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Charts from Jensen's Survey of the NT - used by permission
Philippians - Charles Swindoll = Chart on right side of page

Account
of Paul's
Circumstances
Php 1:1-30
Have
the Mind
of Christ
Php 2:1-30

Have
the Knowledge
of Christ
Php 3:1-21

 

Have
the Peace
of Christ
Php 4:1-23

 

Partakers of Christ People of Christ Pursuit of Christ Power of Christ
Suffering Submission Salvation Sanctification
Experience Examples Exhortation

MARK ADAMS - Redlands Baptist Church

HENRY ALFORD

MAX ALDERMAN

DON ANDERSON

PAUL APPLE - oultine form, frequent quotations

For each section:

  • Thesis statement … to focus on the big idea
  • Analytical outline … to guide the understanding
  • Devotional questions … to encourage life application
  • Representative quotations … to stimulate deeper insight 

JACK ARNOLD SERMONS

""When I go to heaven..." were Jack Arnold's last words before dying instantly in the pulpit from a heart attack. The extraordinary event made international headlines (note).

BACK TO THE BIBLE - devotionals

WILLIAM BARCLAY 

Caveat lectorThe Enigmatic William Barclay

ALBERT BARNES

WILLIAM BARRICK

BRIAN BELL - Calvary Chapel Murrietta

CHRIS BENFIELD SERMONS

JOHANN BENGEL

 H Spurgeon wrote that Bengel's NT commentary "is the scholar’s delight. He selected the title as modest and appropriate, intending it in the sense of a pointer or indicator, like the sun-dial (see gnomon); his aim being to point out or indicate the full force and meaning of the words and sentences of the New Testament. He endeavors to let the text itself cast its shadow on his page, believing with Luther that “the science of theology is nothing else but grammar exercised on the words of the Holy Spirit..... Bengel condensed more matter into a line than can be extracted from pages of other writers."

John Wesley said of Bengel "I know of no commentator on the Bible equal to Bengel" and referred to him as "The great light of the Christian world."

James Rosscup writes "This work (Gnomon), originally issued in 1742, has considerable comment on the Greek, flavoring the effort with judicious details about the spiritual life. It has much that helps, but has been surpassed by many other commentaries since its day." (Commentaries for Biblical Expositors: An Annotated Bibliography of Selected Works)

JOSEPH BENSON

JOSEPH BEET - English Wesleyan

BIBLE.ORG RESOURCES

BIBLICAL ILLUSTRATOR

BRIAN BILL

JIM BOMKAMP

BRIDGEWAY

JOHN CALVIN

CAMBRIDGE BIBLE

CAMBRIDGE GREEK

ALAN CARR

RICH CATHERS  - Calvary Chapel - Fullerton

JOHN CEREGHIN

OSWALD CHAMBERS

VINCENT CHEUNG

JOHN CHRYSOSTOM

John Cereghin, Pastor - Heart-warming sermons by the "golden-mouthed" preacher of the early church. He admits "bishop" and "elder" used to refer to the same person (184), has an eloquent exposition of l:21 (195, 196), argues for the doctrines of the Trinity, the pre-existence of Christ, His deity, absolute equality with the Father (206-209), His full humanity (p. 213), and attacks those heresies that deny these doctrines.

ADAM CLARKE

Spurgeon - Adam Clarke is the great annotator of our Wesleyan friends; and they have no reason to be ashamed of him, for he takes rank among the chief of expositors. His mind was evidently fascinated by the singularities of learning, and hence his commentary is rather too much of an old curiosity shop, but it is filled with valuable rarities, such as none but a great man could have collected.  (Lectures to My Students: Volume 4: Commenting on Commentaries)

GEORGE CLARKE

STEVEN COLE - recommended

THOMAS CONSTABLE

HENRY COWLES

W A CRISWELL

RON DANIEL

JOHN DARBY

BOB DEFFINBAUGH

DICTIONARIES, ENCYCLOPEDIAS

JOHN DUMMELOW

MARK DUNAGAN

J LIGON DUNCAN

JOHN EADIE

One of the better in depth commentaries. Helps to know some Greek

Spurgeon: "A standard work. Essential to the scholarly student."

D Edmond Hiebert - A full exegetical commentary by a conservative Scottish scholar of the past century; presents the various views up to the time of the author. Contains excellent definitions of Greek words, also homiletical truths.

John Cereghin, Pastor - A thorough commentary on the Greek text. He gives excellent definitions of Greek words (19), stressing even the conjunctions (169). He denies that Christ emptied Himself of His deity (102), has a thorough discussion of the whole passage (2:5-11; pages 95-129). He urges men to serve Christ "without compromise" (238). He sometimes uses Latin or German without translation.

EASY ENGLISH

DWIGHT EDWARDS

EXPLORE THE BIBLE

CHARLES ELLICOTT

EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE Robert Rainy

Has an Attractive Devotional Quality

EXPOSITOR'S DICTIONARY

EXPOSITOR'S GREEK

A C GAEBELEIN

GENE GETZ VIDEO PRINCIPLES

  • Philippians 1:1-2Leadership Development: To produce mature and growing churches, we must make it a priority to mentor and develop qualified leaders. Video
  • Philippians 1:3-8;Expressing Appreciation: Spiritual leaders should express sincere appreciation to those who partner with them in the ministry. Video
  • Philippians 1:9-18The Pure Gospel: When evaluating various ministers and ministries, we should first of all consider what is being taught regarding the deity of Jesus Christ and how to be saved.Video
  • Philippians 1:18-26Eternal Values: As those who are free to worship God and communicate the gospel, we should maintain an eternal perspective.Video
  • Philippians 1:27-30Mutual Support: When we face various challenges in life, we are to draw our strength not only from Christ's love and mercy, but from the love we have for one another.Video

JOHN GILL

Spurgeon: A very distinguished place is due to Dr. Gill. Beyond all controversy, Gill was one of the most able Hebraists of his day, and in other matters no mean proficient.

L M GRANT

BRUCE GOETTSCHE

GOSPEL COALITION - most Mp3, D A Carson, Alistair Begg, Kent Hughes, et al

GOTQUESTIONS.ORG

GRACE BIBLE CHURCH

SCOTT GRANT

DAVID GUZIK

DAVE HAGELBERG

NORMAN HARRISON - His in Joyous Experience. Paul's Epistle to the Philippians (1926)

D Edmond Hiebert -  A non-technical, devotional unfolding of the epistle by means of an outline, chart, notes, and comments on the text. Characterized by devotional warmth and practical applications.

John Cereghin - A Bible study of Philippians, based on a chart. There are outlines and comments on the whole book. He has an interesting digression on the names of Christ in Scripture, defends the deity of Christ.

JOHN HART

JAMES HASTINGS

ROBERT HAWKER

MATTHEW HENRY

GREG HERRICK

JAMES HOLCOMB

F B HOLE

HOLMAN STUDY BIBLE

DAVID HOLWICK

HARRY A IRONSIDE

John Cereghin - Devotional expositions. There are apt illustrations, thought-provoking comments, a strong defense of the deity of Christ (42), and a warm encouragement of joyfulness. He urges the Premillennial interpretation of the Bible (84).

IVP COMMENTARY - Gordon Fee

Cyril Barber -  An accurate explanation of the theme of this letter. Here is profound scholarship in the service of the believer.

JAMIESON, FAUSSET, BROWN

Published 1871 - Probably best older commentary on prophetic passages as it tends to interpret more literally.

James Rosscup - This is a helpful old set of 1863 for laypeople and pastors to have because it usually comments at least to some degree on problems. Though terse, it provides something good on almost any passage, phrase by phrase and is to some degree critical in nature. It is evangelical....Especially in its multi-volume form this is one of the old evangelical works that offers fairly solid though brief help on many verses. Spurgeon said, “It contains so great a variety of information that if a man had no other exposition he would find himself at no great loss if he possessed this and used it diligently” (Commenting and Commentaries, p. 3). Things have changed greatly since this assessment! It is primarily of help to pastors and lay people looking for quick, though usually somewhat knowledgeable treatments on verses.

Spurgeon - A really standard work. We consult it continually, and with growing interest. Mr. Fausset’s portion strikes us as being of the highest order. 

John Cereghin -  A conservative exposition. He defends Petrine authorship (xlixff); argues for the deity of Christ (619); holds that assurance in Scripture is doubly sure (622); identifies the elements as “the world’s component materials” (627); holds that Paul’s Epistles were already known as “Scripture” (628).

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ROBERT JOHNSTONE

Spurgeon: A noble volume. A real boon to the man who purchases it.

D Edmond Hiebert - A thorough conservative exposition abounding in apt illustrations and practical applications. The revised translation and notes on the Greek text following the lectures add to the importance of the volume.

Cyril Barber - A valued reprint. Deals admirably with the theme of the epistle. Buy it while it is still available.

John Cereghin, Pastor - A very thorough, practical, and homiletical exposition by a strong Presbyterian. He warns against thinking that church membership, baptism, or adherence to the Westminster Confession is ground for salvation (254,255). On Phil 2:5-11 he maintains that pre-existence and deity of Christ (146-148). The book also includes a considerable number of notes on the Greek text.

D MARTYN LLOYD-JONES

MAURICE JONES

D Edmond Hiebert - A very full introduction to the epistle is followed by a paraphrase and brief judicious verse-by-verse comments on the text. Significant discussion of the Christology of Philippians; supports Christ's full deity.

J H JOWETT - Meditations with excellent thoughts for the expositor.

D Edmond Hiebert - A series of thirty-nine expository meditations aimed at inspiring devotion and joy in the believer's daily life. The work of a noted English Congregational minister, author of many devotional books.

WILLIAM KELLY

H A A KENNEDY - Expositor's Greek Testament

GUY KING - has very interesting insights

JOHN KITTO

KEITH KRELL - 12 SERMONS

STEVE KRELOFF

PAUL KRETZMANN

LANGE COMMENTARY

Spurgeon: These volumes are not all of equal value, but as a whole, they are a grand addition to our stores. The American translators have added considerably to the German work, and in some cases these additions are more valuable than the original matter. For homiletical purposes these volumes are so many hills of gold, but, alas, there is dross also, for Baptismal Regeneration and other grave errors occur.

John Cereghin, Pastor - Braune, Karl, Philippians in Lange's Commentary on the Holy Scriptures, n.d. (first American edition 1870), 76 pages. A conservative Lutheran exposition. He has thorough comments based on the Greek text, argues for the unity of the book and its Pauline authorship (5), describes the subjective mediation of Christ (17). On 2:5-11 he teaches the pre-existence of Christ (32) and His deity (33); he denies that He emptied Himself of His deity (35).

DAVID LEGGE

LIFEWAY SERMONS - Various pastors

J B LIGHTFOOT

John Cereghin - The most thorough and helpful commentary on the Greek text. He discusses every grammatical and interpretative problem in the book and has extended notes on special subjects (see on "bishop" and "presbyter" 95-99). He defends the pre-existence and deity of Christ, holding that He emptied Himself "not of His divine nature, for this was impossible, but of the glories, the prerogatives, of Deity. This He did by taking upon Him the form of a servant" (112). There are also extended dissertations of "The Christian Ministry" and "St. Paul and Seneca."

D Edmond Hiebert - Greek text. A standard commentary; deals thoroughly with grammatical and interpretative problems of the epistle. Contains an elaborate introduction and two lengthy dissertations (half of the volume) on "The Christian Ministry" and "Saint Paul and Seneca."

JOHN MACARTHUR

  1. The Epistle of Joy
  2. The Epistle of Joy
  3. The Epistle of Joy
  4. The Epistle of Joy
  5. The Essentials of Growth in Godliness - 1
  6. The Essentials of Growth in Godliness - 1
  1. Joy in Spite of Troubles
  2. Joy in Spite of Detractors
  3. Joy in Spite of Death
  4. Joy in Spite of the Flesh

ALEXANDER MACLAREN

HENRY MAHAN

J VERNON MCGEE

BRYN MACPHAIL

F B MEYER - Devotional Commentary

H A W MEYER

No doubt wonderfully learned, but we cannot get on with it. Quotations from heretics we have happily never heard of before are of no great use to simple believers like ourselves. - John Cereghin, Pastor

J R MILLER

  • For to me to live is Christ, and to die is gain. - Philippians 1:21
  • It is a splendid watch-word for life that Paul gives us here - "To me to live is Christ." A great many people could not fill out the sentence in that way, if they were to write honestly the purpose and motive of their life. Some would write, "To me to live is to make money," or "to gratify my appetites." Every Christian should be able to make Paul's word his own - "To me to live is Christ." This means that the one purpose of our living is to honor Christ, to serve Him, to do His will, to love and obey Him, and to advance His kingdom. When one lives thus, one never questions the wisdom of any use of His life Christ may make. If He wants us to work, that is well. If He lays us aside to suffer, it is all right. If He sets aside our plans, we do not complain. Whether He leads us into sorrow or into joy, it matters not. Our life is his, and whatsoever pleases Him is right. 
  • I thank my God upon every remembrance of you. - Philippians 1:3 
  • It has been noted that the Philippian church never gave Paul any anxiety. Most of the churches founded by him lay heavily on his heart at some time or other. They had quarrels, and he had to be peacemaker. Or there were cases of wrong-doing, and he had to bear the burden. But the Philippian church was happy in itself. There were no wranglings', no dissensions. Paul got only joy and comfort from this church. Here he thanks God for it. It is a great thing to live so as to be a comfort to our friends, to those who love us and live for us. It is a great thing for a church to be a joy to a pastor, never to put thorns into his pillow. It is a great thing for children to be a comfort to their parents. A father was just saying that not one of his children - now all married and settled in life - has ever caused him an anxious day or a sleepless night. Why should we not set for ourselves the aim always to be a comfort to our friends?

MONERGISM

HENRY MORRIS

H C G MOULE

Cyril Barber - First published in 1897 as a part of the Cambridge Greek Testament, this insightful study treats the key words and phrases of this prison epistle.

Studies in Philippians. First published in 1893 in the Cambridge Bible for Schools and Colleges series. These notes on the text demonstrate the author's perception and sensitivity in handling the apostle Paul's thought processes and theme. Differs from Moule's other work entitled Philippian Studies: Lessons in Faith and Love. Evangelical.

ROBERT NEIGHBOUR

NET BIBLE NOTES 

HENRY NEWLAND

MELANIE NEWTON

JAMES NISBET

FREDERICK A NOBLE

OUR DAILY BREAD - devotionals - excellent illustrations

PASTOR LIFE SERMONS

ARTHUR PEAKE

GENE PENSIERO - Calvary Chapel Hanford

PETER PETT

J C PHILPOT

J B GOUGH PIDGE

A W PINK

JOHN PIPER

ALFRED PLUMMER

MATTHEW POOLE

PREACHER'S HOMILETICAL

PRECEPT MINISTRIES

Philippians Inductive Study 16 lessons -- Lesson 1 can be downloaded as Pdf. Links below are to Word transcripts on each lesson

RAY PRITCHARD

PULPIT COMMENTARY

ALAN REDPATH

REFORMATION STUDY BIBLE

ROBERT RAYBURN

GRANT RICHISON

A T ROBERTSON

A T ROBERTSON - COMMENTARY

Rosscup - Though he discusses Philippians in his Word Pictures (SEE PRECEDING ENTRY), Robertson here devotes an entire detailed book on the epistle. He is rich in word studies and in the explanation of the text.

John Cereghin, Pastor - Expository messages based on the Greek text of Philippians. They are warm-hearted and genuinely helpful. He gives the exact vocabulary meaning of words, as well as the interpretation of passages. On Phil 2:1-11 he affirms the full humanity and deity of Christ (130). His exaltation is "the taking up of the humanity of Jesus into His deity with new glory" (140).

DON ROBINSON

ROB SALVATO

JOHNNY SANDERS

RAYMOND SAXE - sermon notes

Note: Some of their links are bad - please take a moment to report this to them so they will correct the bad links. Thank you. 

  • Philippians 1:1-30 (pdf)
  • Philippians 1:1-2 ( docpdf)
  • Philippians 1:3-8 ( docpdf)
  • Philippians 1:8-9 (pdf)
  • Philippians 1:9-11 ( docpdf)
  • Philippians 1:10 (pdf)
  • Philippians 1:11 (pdf)
  • Philippians 1:14-19 ( docpdf)
  • Philippians 1:20-26 ( docpdf)
  • Philippians 1:27-30 ( docpdf)

PHILLIP SCHAFF

SERMONS - from the Biblical Illustrator

SERMON BIBLE

SERMON CENTRAL

CHARLES SIMEON

CHUCK SMITH

HAMILTON SMITH

SPEAKERS COMMENTARY

R C SPROUL - Devotionals - Tabletalk

C H SPURGEON

RAY STEDMAN

JOSEPH SUTCLIFFE

CHARLES SWINDOLL

TIM TEMPLE

THIRD MILLENNIUM STUDY NOTES PHILIPPIANS

Outline & References

Chapter 1

GEOFF THOMAS

DAVID THOMPSON PHILIPPIANS SERMONS

THOMAS TOLLER

JOHN TRAPP

Spurgeon - Trapp will be most valuable to men of discernment, to thoughtful men, to men who only want a start in a line of thought, and are then able to run alone. Trapp excels in witty stories on the one hand, and learned allusions on the other. You will not thoroughly enjoy him unless you can turn to the original, and yet a mere dunce at classics will prize him. His writings remind me of himself: he was a pastor, hence his holy practical remarks; he was the head of a public school, and everywhere we see his profound scholarship; he was for some time amid the guns and drums of a parliamentary garrison, and he gossips and tells queer anecdotes like a man used to soldier-life; yet withal, he comments as if he had been nothing else but a commentator all his days. Some of his remarks are far-fetched, and like the far fetched rarities of Solomon’s Tarshish, there is much gold and silver, but there are also apes and peacocks. His criticisms would some of them be the cause of amusement in these days of greater scholarship; but for all that, he who shall excel Trapp had need rise very early in the morning. Trapp is my especial companion and treasure; I can read him when I am too weary for anything else. Trapp is salt, pepper, mustard, vinegar, and all the other condiments. Put him on the table when you study, and when you have your dish ready, use him by way of spicing the whole thing. Yes, gentlemen, read Trapp certainly, and if you catch the infection of his consecrated humor, so much the better for your hearers.  (Lectures to My Students: Volume 4: Commenting on Commentaries)

TREASURY OF SCRIPTURE

ALLAN TURNER - brief notes but verse by verse

BOB UTLEY

VALLEY BIBLE CHURCH

C J VAUGHN

Spurgeon: Deservedly esteemed. Dr. Vaughan gives a literal translation of his text from the original Greek, and then expounds it, believing it, as he says, “to be the duty of every Christian teacher to assist his congregation in drinking not of the stream only, but at the spring of revealed truth.”

Cyril Barber -  First published in 1872. These expository studies should be in the library of every pastor. They provide vivid and lasting impressions of the theme of this epistle and of the message Paul intended to convey to his readers. Excellent.

MARVIN VINCENT

CHRIS VOGEL SERMON Transcripts

THOMAS WALKER

JOHN WALVOORD

Cyril Barber - A brief exposition. Helpful, but does not make a lasting contribution.

RICK WARREN - devotionals

Note: The links may not work. I do not agree with all of Rick Warren's theology, but most of these devotionals are orthodox. If you encounter one that you think teaches aberrant doctrine, please email me at webmaster and I will check and remove. Thank you for your assistance. 

THOMAS WATSON

DANIEL WHEDON

G C WILLIS

John Cereghin, Pastor - Devotional meditations on Philippians by a missionary. He gives the theme verse of the book (Phil 1:21, pp. 9ff.); stresses the recognizing, not appointment, of elders (24ff.); gives many illustrations from Chinese missions; distinguishes between Greek words; shows 7 steps down in Christ's humiliation and 7 up in exaltation (137, 43); provides insight from the papyri (150f.); holds that "work out" means "cultivate" (154f.); teaches the Pre-tribulation Rapture (246f.; 296); warns about the ease with which misunderstandings arise between believers (283f.)

OCTAVIUS WINSLOW

KENNETH WUEST - recommended resource

D Edmond Hiebert - A simplified commentary on the Greek for the benefit of the English reader; seeks to convey the meaning of the original by means of an expanded translation with exegetical comments and word studies.

STEVE ZEISLER

SERMONS BY VERSE

An Ancient Letter W.F. Adeney Philippians 1:1
Loving Greetings Alexander Maclaren Philippians 1:1
Paul's Thanks and Prayers for Churches Martin Luther Philippians 1:1
Apostolic Address and Salutation T. Croskery Philippians 1:1, 2
Introduction R. Finlayson Philippians 1:1, 2
Paul's Salutation D. Thomas Philippians 1:1, 2
Saints, Bishops, and Deacons R.M. Edgar Philippians 1:1, 2
The Philippian Church a Type of the Catholic Church V. Hutton Philippians 1:1, 2
Address and Salutation R. Johnstone, LL. B. Philippians 1:1-3
Christian Peace Archbishop Trench. Philippians 1:1-3
Grace a Continuity Toplady. Philippians 1:1-3
Grace Comes from God J. Edwards. Philippians 1:1-3
Ministers Servants of Christ   Philippians 1:1-3
Order of God J. Daille. Philippians 1:1-3
Paul and Timothy J. Parker, D. D. Philippians 1:1-3
Paul's Greeting to the Philippians J. Parker, D. D. Philippians 1:1-3
Peace J. Hutchison, D. D. Philippians 1:1-3
Peace F. W. Robertson. Philippians 1:1-3
Philippi Professor Eadie. Philippians 1:1-3
The Apostolic Salutation J. Lyth, D. D. Philippians 1:1-3
The Blessings of the Gospel J. Lyth, D. D. Philippians 1:1-3
The Honour of Serving Christ C. H. Spurgeon. Philippians 1:1-3
The Saints At Philippi G. C. Ballard. Philippians 1:1-3
The Salutation W. B. Pope, D. D. Philippians 1:1-3
Paul's Gratitude for Good Men D. Thomas Philippians 1:3-5
Thanksgiving for Their Fellowship in the Gospel T. Croskery Philippians 1:3-5
A Cheerful Prisoner Family Churchman Philippians 1:3-11
Blessed Remembrance and Joyful Prayers Weekly Pulpit Philippians 1:3-11
Christian Remembrances J. Lyth, D. D. Philippians 1:3-11
Expression of Interest R. Finlayson Philippians 1:3-11
Happy Memories G. G. Ballard. Philippians 1:3-11
My God G. G. Ballard. Philippians 1:3-11
Pleasant Memories and Bright Hopes R. Johnstone, LL. B. Philippians 1:3-11
Retrospect and Forecast J. J. Goadby. Philippians 1:3-11
The Apostle's Intercession and Assurance R.M. Edgar Philippians 1:3-11
The Introduction to the Epistle J. Daille. Philippians 1:3-11
The True Spirit of Prayer J. Lyth, D. D., J. Lyth, D. D. Philippians 1:3-11
Fellowship and Progress Weekly Pulpit Philippians 1:4-5
Intercession for Others J. Lyth, D. D. Philippians 1:4-5
Our Fellowship in the Gospel J. Lyth, D. D. Philippians 1:4-5
Paul's Activity and Prayerfulness J. Hutchinson, D. D. Philippians 1:4-5
Present Rewards of Christian Work G. G. Ballard. Philippians 1:4-5
Pure Joy G. C. Ballard. Philippians 1:4-5
The Joy of the Faithful Minister Over the Progress of the Gospel J. Lyth, D. D. Philippians 1:4-5
True Gospel Fellowship G. G. Ballard. Philippians 1:4-5
Christian Joy not Dependent Upon Outward Circumstances V. Hutton Philippians 1:4
A Good Work S. Barnard. Philippians 1:6
Begun, Continued, and Ridded in God W.F. Adeney Philippians 1:6
Confidence and Completion S. Martin. Philippians 1:6
Divine Workmanship G. G. Ballard. Philippians 1:6
Means of Progress in the Divine Life J. Daille. Philippians 1:6
Paul's Confidence Was G. G. Ballard. Philippians 1:6
Sanctification and Perseverance J. Foot, D. D. Philippians 1:6
Spiritual Culture R. Tuck, B. A. Philippians 1:6
The Basis of Paul's Confidence J. Paget, D. D. Philippians 1:6
The Danger and Security of the Christian C. H. Spurgeon. Philippians 1:6
The Day of Jesus Christ G. G. Ballard. Philippians 1:6
The Day of Jesus Christ Dean Vaughan. Philippians 1:6
The Faithfulness of God Clerical Library Philippians 1:6
The Good Work Within Congregational Remembrancer., Weekly Pulpit., J. Parker, D. D Philippians 1:6
The Grounds of the Apostle's Thanksgiving T. Croskery Philippians 1:6
The Perfection of God's Works C. H. Spurgeon. Philippians 1:6
The Permanence and Sacrificial Character of the Work of Grace J. Hutchinson, D. D. Philippians 1:6
The Perseverance of the Saints Congregational Remembrancer Philippians 1:6
The Perseverance of the Saints Does not Supersede Human Effort C. H. Spurgeon. Philippians 1:6
The Present Dispensation G. G. Ballard. Philippians 1:6
The Truest Guarantee of Perseverance V. Hutton Philippians 1:6
Personal Christianity D. Thomas Philippians 1:6-8
The Communion of Saints V. Hutton Philippians 1:7
A Double Explanation of the Origin of This Confidence T. Croskery Philippians 1:7, 8
Aboundings of Love A. Raleigh, D. D., J. Parker, D. D. Philippians 1:7-11
Ministers Carry the Images of Their People in Their Hearts   Philippians 1:7-11
Reasons for Paul's Confidence Weekly Pulpit., J. Lyth, D. D Philippians 1:7-11
The Apologetic Value of Paul's Bonds   Philippians 1:7-11
The Fellowship of the Gospel J. Parker, D. D. Philippians 1:7-11
The Heart of Paul and the Heart of Christ G. G. Ballard. Philippians 1:7-11
The Unifying Influence of Christian Love The Study Philippians 1:7-11
Apostolic Solicitude J. Lyth, D. D. Philippians 1:8
Brotherly Love Weekly Pulpit Philippians 1:8
Paul's Tender Regard for the Philippians W. Arnot, D. D. Philippians 1:8
Saints Longing for Saints J. Parker, D. D. Philippians 1:8
The Bowels of Jesus Christ Bishop Lightfoot. Philippians 1:8
The Consistency of Love of Man with Love of God W. Arnot, D. D. Philippians 1:8
Universality of Christian Love W. Arnot, D. D. Philippians 1:8
A Comprehensive Prayer Alexander Maclaren Philippians 1:9
Advancement in Knowledge Must be Constant Bp. Simpson Philippians 1:9
Definiteness in Prayer G. G. Ballard. Philippians 1:9
Intelligent Love R. Johnstone, LL. B. Philippians 1:9
Knowledge and Judgment G. G. Ballard. Philippians 1:9
Knowledge the Basis of Love N. Emmons, D. D. Philippians 1:9
Love G. G. Ballard. Philippians 1:9
Love Abounding Through Knowledge A. J. Gordon. Philippians 1:9
Love and Discernment W. H. Griffith Thomas Philippians 1:9
Love and Knowledge Canon Liddon. Philippians 1:9
Love Inseparable from Christian Life J. Hutchinson, D. D. Philippians 1:9
Love Rich in Purse   Philippians 1:9
Love: its Critical Function Webster and Wilkinson. Philippians 1:9
Love's Spring Tides G. G. Ballard. Philippians 1:9
Paul's Prayer G. G. Ballard. Philippians 1:9
Regulated Love J. Hutchinson, D. D. Philippians 1:9
The Excellence of Love C. H. Spurgeon. Philippians 1:9
The Importance of Christian Knowledge Gardiner Spring, D. D. Philippians 1:9
The Knowledge of Christ the Mainstay of Brotherly Love A. J. Gordon. Philippians 1:9
The Love of God Without Knowledge A. J. Gordon. Philippians 1:9
The Training of Love W. B. Pope, D. D. Philippians 1:9
The Things that Excel W.F. Adeney Philippians 1:9, 10
Love -- the Heart's Eye S. Martin. Philippians 1:9-11
Perseverance to the Day of Christ W. B. Pope, D. D. Philippians 1:9-11
St. Paul's Prayer for the Philippians C. Lawson., J. Lyth, D. D. Philippians 1:9-11
The Apostle's Prayer T. Croskery Philippians 1:9-11
The Augmentation of Christly Love Ensures the Improvement of the Whole Man D. Thomas Philippians 1:9-11
The Life of God in the Soul of Man V. Hutton Philippians 1:9-11
The Recorded Prayers of St. Paul G. G. Ballard. Philippians 1:9-11
True Christian Love S. Martin. Philippians 1:9-11
Christian Rectitude G. G. Ballard. Philippians 1:10
Discerning with a Purpose D. G. Watt, M. A. Philippians 1:10
Discernment the Result of Experience R. Johnstone, LL. B. Philippians 1:10
Life Work J. Lyth, D. D. Philippians 1:10
One Fault May Spoil a Life   Philippians 1:10
Sincere and Without Offence J. Aldis. Philippians 1:10
Sincere and Without Offence J. Aldis. Philippians 1:10
Sincere Christians   Philippians 1:10
Sincerity R. Johnstone, LL. B. Philippians 1:10
Sincerity J. Tesseyman. Philippians 1:10
Spiritual Discrimination G. G. Ballard. Philippians 1:10
The Day of Christ J. Aldis. Philippians 1:10
The Discernment of Things Excellent J. Aldis. Philippians 1:10
The Things that are Excellent Principal Tulloch. Philippians 1:10
True Religion Is J. Lyth, D. D. Philippians 1:10
Without Offence J. Aldis. Philippians 1:10
Abounding Fruitfulness J. Daille. Philippians 1:11
Advantages of Advanced Piety H. W. Beecher. Philippians 1:11
Fruits of Righteousness J. Hutchison, D. D. Philippians 1:11
Gospel Holiness J. Summerfield, A. M. Philippians 1:11
Righteousness J. Lyth, D. D., J. Lyth, D. D. Philippians 1:11
Spiritual Attainment G. G. Ballard. Philippians 1:11
The Fruits of Righteousness H. Airay, D. D. Philippians 1:11
The Trees of Righteousness Blossoming, and Bringing Forth Fruit T. Watson. Philippians 1:11
A Prisoner's Triumph Alexander Maclaren Philippians 1:12
Christianity Promoted by Being Persecuted W.F. Adeney Philippians 1:12-14
Furtherance of the Gospel Through the Apostle's Imprisonment T. Croskery Philippians 1:12-14
The Benefits Conferred Upon Men by the Steadfast Confession of Our Faith V. Hutton Philippians 1:12-14
A Grand Principle and a Splendid Example D. Thomas Philippians 1:12-18
Bonds in Christ J. Lyth, D. D. Philippians 1:12-20
Character of St. Paul's Captivity Bishop Lightfoot., Conybeare and Howson. Philippians 1:12-20
Christian Boldness G. G. Ballard. Philippians 1:12-20
Expectations Unexpectedly Fulfilled T. C. Finlayson. Philippians 1:12-20
Good Out of Evil J. Daille. Philippians 1:12-20
Hindrances as Helps J. F. B. Tinling, B. A. Philippians 1:12-20
Irresistible Moral Influence G. G. Ballard. Philippians 1:12-20
Ministerial Life G. G. Ballard. Philippians 1:12-20
Paul's Bonds in Christ Exhibited G. G. Ballard. Philippians 1:12-20
Paul's Captivity J. Hutchinson, D. D. Philippians 1:12-20
Paul's Sorrows and Joys J. Lyth, D. D. Philippians 1:12-20
The Advantage of Disadvantage John Bunyan, in Bedford Jail. Philippians 1:12-20
The Furtherance of the Gospel J. Hutchinson, D. D. Philippians 1:12-20
The Gospel Furthered by Opposition J. Lyth, D. D. Philippians 1:12-20
The Gospel in Rome J. J. Goadby. Philippians 1:12-20
The Gospel in Rome R. Johnstone, LL. B. Philippians 1:12-20
The Gospel Promoted by Persecution R.M. Edgar Philippians 1:12-20
The Ministry of Paul the Prisoner G. G. Ballard. Philippians 1:12-20
The Powerlessness of Persecution H. Airay, D. D. Philippians 1:12-20
The Things that have Happened unto Me have Fallen Out Rather unto the Furtherance of the Gospel J. Parker, D. D. Philippians 1:12-20
The Triumphs of the Gospel J. Lyth, D. D. Philippians 1:12-20
Things Concerning Himself W. B. Pope, D. D. Philippians 1:12-20
Unfavourable Circumstance, May be Turned to Advantage C. H. Spurgeon. Philippians 1:12-20
Thoughts Suggested by His Captivity R. Finlayson Philippians 1:12-30
A Spurious Ministry G. G. Ballard. Philippians 1:15
Allowable Contention Lord Bacon. Philippians 1:15
An Imprisoned Preacher's Thoughts H. W. Beecher. Philippians 1:15
Christ Preached by Love Boree. Philippians 1:15
Christ Really Though Inadequately Preached H. W. Beecher. Philippians 1:15
Evangelical Congratulation W. Brock, D. D. Philippians 1:15
Goodwill the Spirit Common to the Brotherhood of the Christian Ministry G. G. Ballard. Philippians 1:15
Love of Christ and the Brethren the Essential Qualification for Preaching Christ G. G. Ballard. Philippians 1:15
Motives J. Lyth, D. D., J. Parker, D. D. Philippians 1:15
Observe J. Lyth, D. D. Philippians 1:15
Observe J. Lyth, D. D. Philippians 1:15
Paul's Joy in the Preaching of His Enemies H. W. Beecher. Philippians 1:15
Power of Christ Preached William Arnot. Philippians 1:15
Power of the Bible Even in Faulty Versions Anstera. Philippians 1:15
The Defence of the Gospel J. Lyth, D. D. Philippians 1:15
The Influence of the Gospel Bp. Ryle. Philippians 1:15
The Motives of Paul's Enemies J. Daille. Philippians 1:15
The Opponents of St. Paul Professor Eadie. Philippians 1:15
The Preaching of Christ J. Lyth, D. D., W. B. Collyer, D. D. Philippians 1:15
The Preaching of Christ a Reason for Joy and Holy Exultation Isaac Mann, M. A. Philippians 1:15
The Preaching of Christ by Whatever Lips a Source of Satisfaction to Christians Oliver Cromwell. Philippians 1:15
The Real and Counterfeit in the Christian Ministry G. G. Ballard. Philippians 1:15
Toleration H. W. Beecher. Philippians 1:15
Two Voices on the Same Subject J. Parker, D. D. Philippians 1:15
A Significant Difference Among the Apostle's Brethren T. Croskery Philippians 1:15-18
The Spirit of Faction V. Hutton Philippians 1:15-18
Christ Preached in Sectarian Jealousy W.F. Adeney Philippians 1:18
Benefit of Trial T. Guthrie, D. D. Philippians 1:19
Cheerfulness in Trial Anecdotes of the Wesleys. Philippians 1:19
Mark J. Parker, D. D. Philippians 1:19
Prayer for Ministers Dr. H. C. Fish. Philippians 1:19
Salvation and its Means R. Johnstone, LL. B. Philippians 1:19
The Ministers' Plea C. H. Spurgeon. Philippians 1:19
The Necessity of the Spirit in Spiritual Work C. H. Spurgeon. Philippians 1:19
The Relation Between Prayer and the Supply of the Spirit C. H. Spurgeon. Philippians 1:19
The Supply of the Spirit of Jesus Christ W. B. Pope, D. D. Philippians 1:19
The Bearing of His Various Trials Upon His Salvation T. Croskery Philippians 1:19, 20
The Magnifying of Christ the Supreme End of Life D. Thomas Philippians 1:19, 20
Christ Made Great N. M. Harry. Philippians 1:20
Christ Magnified Caleb Morris. Philippians 1:20
Earnest Expectation J. Hutchison, D. D. Philippians 1:20
Paul's Expectation A. J. Bamford, B. A. Philippians 1:20
Paul's Expectation J. Parker, D. D. Philippians 1:20
The Savior Magnified in His People J. Burns, D. D. Philippians 1:20
A Believer's Privilege At Death T. Watson. Philippians 1:21
A Comparative View of Life and Death John Foster. Philippians 1:21
A Strait Betwixt Two Alexander Maclaren Philippians 1:21
An Ideal Life Blooming into a Happy Death D. Thomas Philippians 1:21
Christ and Death W. H. H. Murray. Philippians 1:21
Christ Our Life R. Tuck, B. A. Philippians 1:21
Christ the End of Life A. K. H. Boyd, D. D. Philippians 1:21
Christ the Grandest Life Paxton Hood. Philippians 1:21
Christ the Saints' Life W. Anderson, LL. D. Philippians 1:21
Christian Life and Death J. D. Geden, D. D. Philippians 1:21
Christian Life and Death T. N. Toller. Philippians 1:21
Christian Life and Death H. G. Guinness. Philippians 1:21
Christly Life and Gainful Death W. Sidebottom. Philippians 1:21
Contrasted Views of Death J. F. B. Tinling, B. A. Philippians 1:21
Death a Gain W. H. H. Murray. Philippians 1:21
Death Differently Viewed by Different Characters James Hamilton, D. D. Philippians 1:21
Diverse Views and Aims of Life Paxton Hood. Philippians 1:21
Happy to Live or Die in Christ   Philippians 1:21
Life and Death in Christ W. Arnot, D. D. Philippians 1:21
Life in Christ H. G. Guinness. Philippians 1:21
Love the True Life Paxton Hood. Philippians 1:21
Ready for Life or Death   Philippians 1:21
Socrates and Paul on Death J. Hutchinson, D. D. Philippians 1:21
The Antidote of Death J. A. James. Philippians 1:21
The Apostle's Alternative A. Maclaren, D. D. Philippians 1:21
The Benefit of Death   Philippians 1:21
The Benefits Which Believers Receive At Death T. Boston, D. D. Philippians 1:21
The Christian's Estimate of Life and Death C. Bradley, M. A. Philippians 1:21
The Constancy of Paul's Purpose to Live Christ A. K. H. Boyd, D. D. Philippians 1:21
The Death of Saints Magnifies Christ J. Bate. Philippians 1:21
The Gain of Death V. Hutton Philippians 1:21
The Gain of Dying J. H. Evans, M. A. Philippians 1:21
The Good Man's Life and Death C. H. Spurgeon. Philippians 1:21
The Grand Alternatives T. Croskery Philippians 1:21
The Great End and Business of a Christian's Life is to Glorify Christ T. Manton, D. D. Philippians 1:21
The Ideal of Christian Life Paxton Hood. Philippians 1:21
The Means of Living Christ W. Arnot, D. D. Philippians 1:21
The Reason Why Some Men Cling to Life A. Maclaren, D. D. Philippians 1:21
The Saints' Death Gain R. Johnstone, LL. B. Philippians 1:21
The Significance of the Apostle's Sentiment Professor Eadie. Philippians 1:21
The Testimony of Nature and of Christ Concerning Death Archdeacon Hare. Philippians 1:21
To Die is Gain A. Pope. Philippians 1:21
To Live is Christ and to Die is Gain J. Parker, D. D. Philippians 1:21
To Me to Live is Christ A. Raleigh, D. D. Philippians 1:21
To Me to Live is Christ W.F. Adeney Philippians 1:21
To Serve Christ Must be Our One Aim C. H. Spurgeon. Philippians 1:21
Two Prospects in Death A. Maclaren, D. D. Philippians 1:21
Various Degrees in Living Christ W. G. Pascoe. Philippians 1:21
Victory After Death T. Watson. Philippians 1:21
What Makes Death Gain Archdeacon Hare. Philippians 1:21
Why Christianity Does not Prevail W. Arnot, D. D. Philippians 1:21
Life Here and Hereafter R.M. Edgar Philippians 1:21-26
Fruit and Gain V. Hutton Philippians 1:22-24
The Apostle's Dilemma T. Croskery Philippians 1:22-24
A Strait Betwixt Two R. Johnson, LL. B. Philippians 1:22-26
Self-Love and Social Love D. Thomas Philippians 1:22-26
St. Paul's Choice J. Rogers, D. D. Philippians 1:22-26
A Strait W.F. Adeney Philippians 1:23, 24
Better to be with Christ than Here   Philippians 1:23-24
Christ is Best: Or, St. Paul's Strait R. Sibbes, D. D. Philippians 1:23-24
Christ, Heaven's Supreme Attraction C. H. Spurgeon. Philippians 1:23-24
Death a Gain H. W. Beecher. Philippians 1:23-24
Death, a Departure T. De Witt Talmage. Philippians 1:23-24
Depart W. Arnot, D. D. Philippians 1:23-24
Forever with the Lord C. H. Spurgeon. Philippians 1:23-24
Heaven Our Home T. Guthrie. Philippians 1:23-24
Life More Our Business than Death J. L. Nye., Bishop Beveridge. Philippians 1:23-24
Longing for Home C. H. Spurgeon. Philippians 1:23-24
Paul and Voltaire W. Jay. Philippians 1:23-24
Paul's Desire to Depart C. H. Spurgeon. Philippians 1:23-24
Ready for Heaven J. N. Norton, D. D. Philippians 1:23-24
St. Paul's Doubt and Desire A. Farindon, B. D. Philippians 1:23-24
Strait W. Arnot, D. D. Philippians 1:23-24
The Attractions of Heaven Checked by the Claims of Earth S. Martin. Philippians 1:23-24
The Desire of the Apostle; Yet His Perplexity W. Jay. Philippians 1:23-24
The Desire to Depart H. W. Beecher. Philippians 1:23-24
To Depart is to be with Christ   Philippians 1:23-24
Willing to Wait, But Ready to Go W. Arnot, D. D. Philippians 1:23-24
The Apostle's Personal Conviction as to His Future Course T. Croskery Philippians 1:25, 26
Practical Counsel for Holy and Consistent Living T. Croskery Philippians 1:27, 28
A Call to a Four-Fold Manifestation of Spiritual Life J. Parker, D. D. Philippians 1:27-30
A Life of Consistency, Unity, and Courage D. Thomas Philippians 1:27-30
A Minister's Desire on Behalf of His People T. Woodroffe. Philippians 1:27-30
Christian Citizenship J. J. Goadby. Philippians 1:27-30
Christian Conduct is Made Up of Little Things   Philippians 1:27-30
Christian Consistency G. J. Procter. Philippians 1:27-30
Christian Consistency I. Spencer, D. D. Philippians 1:27-30
Christian Consistency J. Lyth, D. D., R. Treffry. Philippians 1:27-30
Citizens of Heaven A. Maclaren, D. D. Philippians 1:27-30
Citizenship J. B. Norton. Philippians 1:27-30
Concord in the Church J. Daille. Philippians 1:27-30
Conversation Becoming the Gospel W. Cadman, M. A. Philippians 1:27-30
Conversation Becoming the Gospel   Philippians 1:27-30
Conversation Becoming the Gospel W. Jay. Philippians 1:27-30
Exhortation to Unity V. Hutton Philippians 1:27-30
Means in Aid of the Propagation of the Gospel J. Thomson, D. D. Philippians 1:27-30
Ministerial Solicitude T. Mortimer, M. A. Philippians 1:27-30
Stand Fast J. Daille. Philippians 1:27-30
Striving Together G. J. Procter. Philippians 1:27-30
Striving Together for the Faith of the Gospel W. A. Snively, D. D. Philippians 1:27-30
The Gifts of Faith and of Suffering R.M. Edgar Philippians 1:27-30
The Gospel C. H. Spurgeon. Philippians 1:27-30
Unity and Action W. Leask, D. D. Philippians 1:27-30
Courage J. Lyth, D. D., J. Lyth, D. D. Philippians 1:28
In Nothing Affrighted J. Hutchison, D. D. Philippians 1:28
Men not Terrified   Philippians 1:28
Tokens of Perdition Homiletic Monthly Philippians 1:28
Tokens of Perdition Christian Age Philippians 1:28
Suffering in Behalf of Christ W.F. Adeney Philippians 1:29
Fellowship with the Martyrs and Confessors J. Lyth, D. D. Philippians 1:29-30
Suffering for Christ H. W. Beecher. Philippians 1:29-30
The Christian's Life Is J. W. Reeve, M. A. Philippians 1:29-30
The Gifts of God J. Lyth, D. D. Philippians 1:29-30
The Grace and Honour of Suffering R. Johnstone, LL. B. Philippians 1:29-30
The Honor of Suffering for Christ   Philippians 1:29-30
The Mystery of Suffering Mrs. Prosser. Philippians 1:29-30
The Privilege of Suffering T. Croskery Philippians 1:29, 30
The Service of Suffering J. F. B. Tinling, B. A. Philippians 1:29-30
The Value of Suffering Bishop Lightfoot., Professor Eadie. Philippians 1:29-30
Unto You it is Given to Believe J. Lyth, D. D. Philippians 1:29-30
Unto You it is Given to Suffer J. Lyth, D. D. Philippians 1:29-30
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