Philippians Chapter 3 (1611 Bible)
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8 Yea doubtlesse, and I count all things but losse, for the excellencie of the knowledge of Christ Iesus my Lord: for whom I haue suffered the losse of all things, and doe count them but doung, that I may win Christ,
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Rev Mike's Philippians Chapter 3 comment on 5/19/2013, 1:57pm...
I view 3:10 a bit different than Naphtali D.Telta's post. I believe he is in search of the Holy Spirit to help him understand since it mentions that it is after Christ's death ...
Naphtali D.Telta's Philippians Chapter 3 comment about verse 10 on 5/09/2013, 4:56pm...
After having an encounter with God in acts9 apostle Paul wants to have an intimate relationship with Christ to know his character,his likes and dislikes.
Michael Belanger's Philippians Chapter 3 comment on 4/28/2013, 7:09pm...
Paul was saying that if we are to truly be followers of Christ we must will suffer persecution. If we truly are mindful of the things of Christ it will be evident in our walk.
R. D. Mattock's Philippians Chapter 3 comment on 3/30/2013, 9:43pm...
That I may know him, and the power of his resurrection, and the fellowship of his sufferings, being made conformable unto his death;
Before we can really appreciate the victory that we have in Jesus Christ, because of His resurrection, we need to fully comprehend and understand the amount of suffering He went through on our behalf and the great price that He paid for our victory.
Matthew's gospel, in Chapters 26 & 27, gives us a detailed description of the suffering that Jesus went through for us.
1. He was betrayed by one of His disciples.
2. He suffered an agonizing night in the garden of Gethsemane.
3. He watched as one of his most beloved and loyal disciples denied Him three times.
4. He faced the Sanhedrin where the chief priests and elders rejected His testimony.
5. He endured the crucifixion and the nailing to the cross.
6. The greatest price He probably paid was that of being rejected for a time by His own Heavenly Father when He cried out "My God, My God, why have you forsaken Me".
The Book of Isaiah gives us a vivid account of the suffering that Jesus would go through because of the sins of mankind.
Martha's Philippians Chapter 3 comment about verse 14 on 3/07/2013, 3:50am...
What the bible said is true.
Xabisa's Philippians Chapter 3 comment about verse 10 on 3/05/2013, 12:57pm...
I want to know the person who loved me even when I didnít know Him; who was willing to die just for me to live, what a sacrifice I would like to be like Him, and have such a heart.
Mercy Anwa's Philippians Chapter 3 comment about verse 10 on 3/05/2013, 9:51am...
I want to know Jesus Christ in the glory of His Person, in the Perfection of His work and in the riches of His wondrous grace. Not by mere theoretical knowledge got from books, but by the Holy Spirit's works in my heart.
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