Philippians 4:8

May 27, 2022

Philippians 4:8  “Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things.”                              

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  1. Philip Hill

    What is religion and where is religion that we value life in the womb but not in our school classrooms, our supermarkets, our halls of worship. That our leaders are bought by those who profit on death and fail in their responsibility to protect us from violence and evil. These are not Christians. They do not hear the teachings of Jesus. They believe in power and money and guns –not in what is noble and right. For God’s sake, where are the Christians? Speak up!

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  2. Shalonda McGowna

    Thanks please send daily

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  3. Keith

    Paul had it right. We could all use some of his advice in today’s world

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  4. sarah harrell

    Love this Page Keep me in Prayer Disable Widow need Prayer to be Debt Free Amen !!!

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  5. Fred

    “Thy word have I hid in my heart that I might not sin against Thee”.

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  6. richard J locane

    these are the things that n are minds should be on. not the things that are shoved our way these days. thank you god..

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  7. Nick Payne

    The apostle Paul has never failed to amaze me with his writing and how one should understand the message of his writing. “Whatever things are” is the phrase he uses to get his point across. I thought he set things up with the words found in the first verse, he encourages us to stand firm in the Lord.

    Then he admonishes in the sixth verse, that we should not become anxious over anything but in everything by prayer and supplication along with thanksgiving let your petitions be known to God.

    The seventh verse helps us to understand why we should put our trust in Jehovah and his son. Now the eighth verse, he says, “finally brothers, speaking to the Philippians, he again admonishes them and us with these words.” whatever things are true, whatever things are of serious concern, whatever things are righteous, whatever things are chaste, whatever things are loveable, whatever things are well spoken of, whatever virtue there is and whatever praiseworthy thing there is, continue considering these things.

    Paul, as I have come to appreciate, did not ask the Philippians to do more than what they were capable of doing. But he reminded them that, by practicing these things they would always have Jehovah’s blessing, which, they would receive through Jesus Christ.

    I say to you brothers, this world has taken many of God’s faithful servants away from him. We should be wary of Satan and this world and become more like the Philippians and willing to listen and pray accessively to our savior Jesus Christ in order for Jehovah to give us more of his spirit. That is the only way we might survive the temptation of this world and its leader Satan. May Jehovah bless everyone calling on him in the name of Jesus Christ our Lord and King.

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