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September 18, 2014 Thursday
Philippians 3:

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September 18, 2014 Thursday
Philippians 3 and 4:

  1. We are to beware of those that bark over minor issues and cause division and reveal the fruit of uncleaness that show the fruit of self glory rather than circumcision of the heart in genuine worship and faith towards God. 1-3
  2. Our delight and glory is in relationship with God and not in the things of self-glory which we now count as dung. 4-8
  3. We are being made conformable onto the being of God revealed in Christ on the cross which is by faith and not self trust and righteousness.9-10
  4. We turn away from the past with its failures and run with full effort in view of the prize of God’s high calling in Christ in our life. 11-14
  5. We are to be minded with a fully focused diligence and motivation that casts all aside that would rob us of God’s destiny. 15-16
  6. We are to live before others in strong view of our destiny in heaven in a way that inspires them to live a holy life that reveals God’s power to subdue all things. 17-21

    DEF: concision:
    G2699 κατατομήkatatome (kat-at-om-ay’) n.

1. a cutting down (off)

2. (ironically) mutilation

[from a compound of G2596 and temno “to cut”]

KJV: concisionRoot(s):G2596Compare:G609

G2596 κατάkata (kat-ah’) prep.

1. (prepositionally) down (in place or time)

{in varied relations (according to the case (genitive, dative or accusative) with which it is joined); In composition it retains many of these applications, and frequently denotes opposition, distribution, or intensity}

Intense opposition that seeks to cut down and mutilate


DEF: perfect:

G5046 τέλειοςteleios (tel’-ei-os) adj.

1. complete

{(neuter as noun, with G3588) completeness; in various applications of labor, growth, mental and moral character, etc.}

[from G5056]

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