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Philippians 2:14

“Doe all things without murmurings, and disputings:”

1611 King James Version (KJV)

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Other Translations

Do all things without murmurings and disputings:
- King James Version

Do all things without grumbling or disputing;
- New American Standard Version (1995)

Do all things without murmurings and questionings:
- American Standard Version (1901)

Do all things without protests and arguments;
- Basic English Bible

Do all things without murmurings and reasonings,
- Darby Bible

Do all things without murmurings and disputings:
- Webster's Bible

Be ever on your guard against a grudging and contentious spirit,
- Weymouth Bible

Do all things without murmurings and disputes,
- World English Bible

And do ye alle thingis with out grutchingis and doutyngis;
- Wycliffe Bible

All things do without murmurings and reasonings,
- Youngs Literal Bible

Bible commentary

Wesley's Notes for Philippians 2:14

2:14 Do all things - Not only without contention, #Php 2:3|, but even without murmurings and disputings - Which are real, though smaller, hinderances of love.

People's Bible Notes for Philippians 2:14

Php 2:14 Do all things without murmurings. Without complaining. Some persons pass their lives complaining.

Discussion for Philippians 2

  • Lopez garvin
    We have to strive for the mind of Jesus Christ this will not be easy. The carnal man is always trying to pull us down but with the Holy Spirit we can overcome the the fleshly thoughts that is in direct opposition to the will of Jesus Christ.
  • Ronnie Bray for verse 6
    The Gospel according to John takes great pains to record the words of Jesus telling his disciples and other hearers that not only was he not God, but also that he was dependent on God, and was doing the will of the Father and not acting according to his own will. See Jn 17 . Philippians 2:6 is a difficult passage and exegetes keep to both sides of the argument. The passage is referred to as the 'kenotic' passage, meaning that Jesus in human form emptied himself or divested himself of his glory, the glory he had with the father prior to his birth as Mary's child. We read in the New testament that after Jesus sacrificed himself on the cross, he was raised incorruptible, meaning that he would never die again. It was no mere phantom that appeared to the eleven apostles and let then feel his wounds and ate with then, "Handle me and see, for a spirit hath not flesh and bones as ye see me have." This appearance and the resurrected Liord's interaction with his apostles is proof to them and proof to us today that the resurrection was a real physical event and that the body with which Jesus was raised could never die again, so he still has it to this very day and eternally, and when we see him we also shall be clothed in the body we had as mortals and that body of flesh and bones will be incorruptible. What a glorious future in eternity for those that Know God and love him and his Son our Saviour, for we shall be, as Paul said, 'joint heirs with Christ.'
  • John madden for verse 12
    Seek the lord while he can be found its him who works within .to work out our salvation only we can seek god for our own salvation no one else can do it for us not the church not the preacher.but you work it out live it.for itis him who lives in us to accomplish and make our callingand election for it express it our great salvation
  • Katherine leeks for verse 5
  • Ronnie Bray for verse 5
    Saint Paul says we must think as Jesus thought and specifically points out that Jesus believed that his becoming equality with God was not a wrong way of thinking, and that true disciples would have the same aim. Paul returns to this theme in other places were he promises that those that suffer with Jesus will also share in his glory and actually become 'joint heirs with Christ,' and thus obtain all that the Father has, as Jesus did when the Father exalted him and sat him down at his right hand. Most Christians are afraid to attempt to think like Jesus in this believing it is something too far above them and so they ignore the promise of the the inspired apostle. However, if this passage is inspired then it is God's promise to all that will follow in the example of his Son and share in his sufferings they will also share in his glory which is the glory of the Son of God and will be joint heirs with him in the kingdom of his Father, so that whatsoever Jesus receives they also will receive in full share.
  • There's no name greater than the name Jesus. It has power to save, heal, deliver and set free from any bondage. Demons tremble at the sound of His Name!

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