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Paul's Plea to Philemon

 We’re running a bit ahead of schedule this week for Luke 16, so we thought it would be a good time to take a look at Paul’s epistle to Philemon. 509 more words


Philemon 14-22

In verse 14 Paul tells Philemon how he wants him to act willingly so that his “benefit” or goodness won’t be by compulsion. When we are forced to do what is right there is basically no virtue in it, but when we do it willingly we have a reward. 527 more words


Philemon 10-13

Relationships are an important part of our lives. Love is what makes relationships work properly. People have romantic relationships and family relationships, but Christians have a spiritual relationship that has no parallel in the world. 233 more words


Number One: Troubling Anonymity-less-ness

Hello, my name is not Anonymous, it’s Tyler G. Sawyer, and this is my blog.


To most, blogs are uncool; to few, blogs are a route to semi-internet fame. 782 more words

Philemon 7-9

We see the importance of love throughout this letter. Paul mentions his joy in Philemon’s love. We can’t see love itself, but we can see it concretely demonstrated. 340 more words


恩惠与平安 [Grace and Peace]





Book: Philemon (New Testament)
Author: Paul

Philemon 3 :“Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ.” 80 more words


Philemon 4-6

Paul thanks God for Philemon; he doesn’t thank Philemon for him. Thanks for people is ultimately due to the one responsible for what they are. We should thank God for the believers in our lives. 395 more words