Commentaries for the book of Philippians
- The apostle offers up thanksgivings and prayers, for the good work of grace in the Philippians.
- He expresses affection, and prays for them.
- Fortifies them against being cast down at his sufferings.
- He stood prepared for glorifying Christ by life, or death.
- Exhortations to zeal, and constancy in professing the gospel.
- Exhortations to a kind, humble spirit and behaviour.
- The example of Christ.
- Diligence in the affairs of salvation, and to be examples to the world.
- The apostle's purpose of visiting Philippi.
- The apostle cautions the Philippians against judaizing false teachers, and renounces his own former privileges.
- Expresses earnest desire to be found in Christ; also his pressing on toward perfection; and recommends his own example to other believers.