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The letter from Paul known as the ‘epistle of joy’ is a thank-you note to the believers at Philippi for their help in his hour of need. It provides instruction on Christian unity. His central thought is simple: only in Jesus are real unity and joy possible. This commentary pulls the rich truth from this letter and makes it live for us today.

and faulty judgment provide a foothold for the unsound teaching against which the Philippians are put on their guard in chapter 3. 1:10 / When so many competing forms of doctrine and ways of life are presented for acceptance (as they certainly were in the eastern Mediterranean world of the first century), true knowledge and depth of insight will enable Christians to discern what is best (for the expression cf. Rom. 2:18). This might mean “to know what is good or expedient” as against “empty subtleties
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