This week will begin a new online study focusing on the letter to the Philippians (from the New Testament). I have found some very helpful resources to help guide you through this wonderful book of the Bible.
As the weeks go by, I may get a bit fancier than what I’ll initially be offering, but I wanted to once again study this wonderful piece of Scripture and thought I might invite a few friends to join me. The teachers are all sound and faithful to God’s Word and deeply committed to our Lord. They are also expert communicators in the things of God.
This week’s study will serve as an introduction to the book. There should be more than enough material here for you to study throughout the week. I have observed that different folks connect better with certain preachers/teachers. Therefore, I have tried to give you plenty of choices. Find one, two, or three preachers/teachers that you like and dig into God’s Word with them.
Homework: If you have a Study Bible, please read the introduction as well as all four chapters of Philippians. Only after you have done this should you read, watch, or listen to the lessons below.
One last note: I would love for this to be truly interactive, therefore, would you mind sharing any insights that you learn throughout each week? Please share them with me/us (in the comment section to this post) so that we might get a little online discussion going as part of this study.
Grace and Truth,
1.) Video – Lesson 1 of Ken Boa’s series, “Life Principles from the Book of Philippians”
2.) Paul’s Perspective as a Servant (Philippians 1:1-2) by Bob Deffinbaugh
3.) Introduction to Philippians by Greg Herrick
4.) Partners! (Philippians 1:1-11) by Ray Stedman
5.) Greetings from Paul (Philippians 1:1-2) by Ligon Duncan
6.) Prerequisite for Joy (Philippians 1:1-2) by Bruce Goettsche
7.) How to Enjoy Your Life (Philippians 1:1-2) by David Hoke
8.) The Epistle of Joy (Philippians 1:1-2) by John MacArthur
9.) The People of Philippi (Acts 16) by Robert Rayburn
10.) Howdy, Partner! (Philippians 1:1-11) by Keith Krell
Here’s a great little advertisement for Philippians that I found on YouTube…