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Philippians Week 10: Unity and Peace in the Body
The book of Philippians in the New Testament is a personal letter from the Apostle Paul to the Christians in the Greek city of Philippi. It conveys the heart of Paul towards people he loves deeply, and contains an incredible amount of practical information for us who desire to follow Jesus closely. Join us in person at 9:15 or 11am or on Facebook live or YouTube at 11am.
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What is meant by "Agree in the Lord?"
-Doesn't mean think the same about every thing (preference, opinion, etc.)
-Doesn't mean we are best friends with everyone
3. Joy in the Lord & It's Results
A. The Joy of the Lord Permeates Every Situation
Joy in Philippians (1:4; 1:18, 1:25, 2:2, 2:16, 2:17, 2:18, 2:28, 3:1, 3:3, and 4:1)
B. The Joy of the Lord Creates a Gentle Spirit
C. The Joy of the Lord Relieves Anxiety
D. The Joy of the Lord Keeps us in Prayerful, Thankful Dependance on Him
4. The Thoughts that Bring Peace
A. True
B. Honorable
C. Just
D. Pure
E. Lovely
F. Commendable
G. Excellent & Praiseworthy
H. Following Paul’s example
I. Practice these things

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Philippians Week 10 - Unity and Peace in the Body

https://docs.google.com/document/d/10zADDNOeK899uAcnHmiJUy1Tj5rULvy7KwZ-qCXk-lg/edit?usp=sharing
Discussion Questions
In a Growth Group, or with friends around the table or in the car, use these questions to help apply the sermon to life and take your next steps toward Jesus!
1. Who is your “joy?”
2. What does “Standing Firm in the Lord” mean to you personally?
3. How have you seen disunity in the church hinder the work of the Good News? (no names or specifics – keep it appropriate please)
4. How does being “Joyful” help protect unity?
5. Is having a “Gentle Spirit” dependent on having a certain type of personality, or is it required for everyone?
6. Are Anxiety and the Joy of the Lord able to be experienced at the same time? Why or why not?
7. Of the various things to set our minds on (True, Honorable, Just, Pure, Lovely, Commendable, Excellent & Praiseworthy) Which is easiest for you? Which is hardest for you?