Stand Firm

Stand Firm

  • Philippians 4:1
  • Philippians 3:20 – 21
  • Luke 10:20
  • Philippians 4:1
  • Philippians 1:27
  • Ephesians 2:8
  • Ephesians 4:1-3

“I cannot like a low, mean criminal who may have robbed me and threaten my life; I cannot like a false, lying, slanderous fellow who, perhaps, has vilified me again and again; but I can by the grace of Jesus Christ love them all, see what is wrong with them, desire and work to do them only good, most of all to free them from their vicious ways.”

John MacArthur
  • Philippians 2:2
  • Philippians 1:27
  • Ephesians 4:1-3
  • Ephesians 4:1-3

Euodia and Syntyche, members of the Philippian church, had by their disharmony created some division.  Paul uses them as examples to launch into an entire chapter on peace.  He doesn’t ask these women to act uniformly, but rather to be of the same mind.  The word he uses connotes harmony.  Singing in harmony doesn’t mean singing in unison.  Players should play different positions on a team.  Harmony means their efforts complement the efforts of others, rather than conflict with them.

John Maxwell
  • Philippians 4:3
  • James 4:1
  • Philippians 4:3
  • Daniel 12:1
  • Revelations 21:27
  • Luke 10:20
  • Revelations 20:15
  • Psalm 62:2
  • Romans 8:28-39

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