(Darby) Paul set forth his revelation of the great doctrines of grace that God had given him. This epistle brings all of humanity under cover of one, all inclusive “saving grace.” We are all found guilty and find justification through faith alone. The atoning work of Jesus is covered and explained as the basis for this provision of grace. The indwelling of the Holy Spirit is explained as well as the need for all Christians to live lives of consecrated service. Internal evidence is strong that the apostle Paul authored this epistle.
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Along with this, ... ... middle of paper ... ...main obedient as Christ did, then God will exalt them as well in the Kingdom of heaven, and that is the point that Paul is trying to communicate with the use of this hymn. Works Cited Bruce, F. F. Philippians. NIBC. Peabody: Hendrickson, 1989. Grayston, Kenneth.
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