Philippians Lesson Plan

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Philippians Lesson plan
Jennifer Bennett
October 13, 2012

Philippians Lesson plan

Introduction:
Only one person should be talking at a time.
When someone else is talking, please do not have a side conversation with someone else. Respect others point of views, not everyone will have the same opinion. Say what you think in a respectful way.

Combing topic: think and act like Christ. Be like mind, having the same love, being of one accord, of one mind. Study text: student will study Philippians all four Chapters, than we will continue on with the lesson.

Philippians 1-1
1. What were your thoughts to Paul’s aims for his letters were? 2. After studying, how would you now explain Paul’s purpose? Paul start out by writing a thank-you not to the believers at Philippi for their help in his hour of need, and he than uses the occasion to send along-some instruction on Christian unity. With Christ as your model of humility and services, you can enjoy a, oneness of purpose, attitude, goal, and labor a truth which Paul himself illustrates from his own life, and one the Philippians needed to hear.

Philippians 1-2
What is the most important lessons you have learned from the book of Philippians about the following topics? Partnership in Christ:
Meaning of the word Exalt: To exalt someone means to praise of raise in rank, to give honor, to elevate, to glorify, to acknowledge. The book of Philippians teaches us that Paul did all these things during his time of affections, during a time when he himself was facing a time of pain and distress and persecution. Philippians 2:3 “Let nothing be done through strife or vainglory; but in lowliness of mind let each esteems other better than themselves.” This means to regard highly or favorably; regard with respect or admiration: I esteem him for his honesty. In doing this we exalt one another.

Philippians 1-3
To partnership with Christ, one...
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