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The Bible in the standard translation


The Epistle to the Philippians, chapter 4


Christian attitudes

Phil 4.1Therefore, my beloved brothers, for whom I long, my joy and my wreath of honor, stand firm in communion with the Lord, dear brothers.Phil 4.2I exhort Evodia and I exhort Syntyche to be of one accord in the Lord.Phil 4.3Yes, I ask you too, faithful companion, take care of her! You fought for the gospel with me, along with Clement and my fellow co-workers. Their names are in the book of life.Phil 4,4Rejoice in the Lord at all times! Once again I say: rejoice!Phil 4,5Your goodness will be known to all people. The Lord is near.Phil 4.6Do not worry about anything, but in every situation, praying and pleading, bring your requests with thanks to God!Phil 4.7And God's peace, which is beyond understanding, will keep your hearts and minds in communion with Christ Jesus.Phil 4.8Finally, brothers: whatever is true, noble, right, whatever is loud, lovable, appealing, whatever is called virtue and is praiseworthy, take care!Phil 4.9Do what you have learned and accepted, heard and seen in me! And the God of peace will be with you..

Thanks to the apostle: 4.10-20

Phil 4.10I was especially happy in the Lord that you were once again able to develop your concern for me. You had already thought of it, but you didn't have the opportunity to do so.Phil 4.11I am not saying this because I am lacking. Because I have learned to find my way in every situation:Phil 4.12I know how to endure hardship, I can live in abundance. I am privy to anything and everything: satiety and hunger, abundance and deprivation.Phil 4.13I can do everything through him who gives me strength.Phil 4.14Nevertheless, you were right to participate in my distress.Phil 4.15You know for yourself, Philippians, that when I began preaching the gospel, when I left Macedonia, I was not connected to any church through give or take except youPhil 4.16and that you sent me something in Thessalonica and elsewhere to help me.Phil 4.17I am not concerned with the gift, I am concerned with the profit that is credited to you with interest.Phil 4.18I have received everything and now have more than enough. Since I received your gifts from Epaphroditus, I am not lacking anything anymore, a beautiful sacrifice, a pleasant offering that pleases God.Phil 4.19But my God will give you through Christ Jesus everything you need out of the riches of his glory.Phil 4:20Glory to our God and Father for all eternity! Amen..

The end of the letter: Greetings and blessings: 4:21-23

Phil 4:21Greet every saint in Christ Jesus! The brothers who are with me greet you.Phil 4:22All the saints greet you, especially those from the emperor's house.Phil 4,23The grace of Jesus Christ the Lord be with your spirit!