The foundation for Paul’s affection and thankfulness for the Philippians is their ________________ in the Gospel of God’s grace through Jesus Christ. Put the Gospel first: In your ___________________; In your __________________; In your _________________________________; In our _______________________
If you are a servant of Jesus, you have found _________________. Make certain that your living is ________________________________. Peace follows _________________.
What does the language symbolize in verses 2-6? What does it mean to “remember your Creator?” Are you afraid of your last days? Of death? What can free you from fear?
In Christ, the selfish become ____________________. When will “you find it?” (from V.1) How can you be more faithful to what this passage teaches?
Death is __________________. Expect ___________________________. Enjoy ________________________.
Who’s in the ________________? ___________________ are the lost sheep. A sheep who is found is the same as a ____________________________.
What did the teacher observe that troubled him? ___________________________________________ ___________________________________________ ___________________________________________ Justice does not come speedily because ____________________________. Those who fear God have their sins ________________________________.
There are times God makes things crooked to: ____________________________________ ____________________________________ ____________________________________
What purpose do the crooked things have? 1. To reveal the ____________________________ 2. To make you hold ___________________, not ________________ 3. To exercise ___________________________
The crooked things are our uncomfortable, or painful, experiences that either do not ________________ as we wish they would, or that leave lasting _____________. The eye of _____________ sees that if God has made soemthing crooked, and wants it to stay that way, ___________________________. The eye of faith sees that is God wants it crooked, […]