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Studies in Philemon

W. Graham Scroggie

Studies in Philemon

by W. Graham Scroggie

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Published by Kregel Publications in Grand Rapids .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bible. N.T. Philemon -- Commentaries.

  • Edition Notes

    Reprint of the 1927 ed. published by Hulbert Pub. Co., London, under title: A note to a friend.

    Statementby W. Graham Scroggie.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBS2765.3 .S39 1977
    The Physical Object
    Pagination136 p. ;
    Number of Pages136
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4564751M
    ISBN 100825437180
    LC Control Number77079186
    OCLC/WorldCa3294347

      Our first week of study in this book will consist of only reading the book. We will read the entire book every day for the first week. Do not panic:) There is only 1 chapter in Philemon. This can be done!! I have faith in you! Philemon is such a small book we will write it the second week we are together. We will write 5 verses a day for 5 days. Paul now considered himself aged. As a spiritual father to Philemon and an elder in the church, Paul could have ordered Philemon in this matter, but because of love he chose to make a request. v The name Onesimus means "profitable." Paul was word-playing with the name. v Paul asks that Philemon receive Onesimus kindly. The usual penalty.

    Philemon: Word Studies in the NT, Marvin R. Vincent, , Charles Scribner’s Sons Philemon: The New Bible Commentary Revised, D. Guthrie, , Eerdmans Publishing The Interpretation of St. Paul's Epistles to the Colossians, to the Thessalonians, to Timothy, to Titus, and to Philemon, Richard C. Lenski, , Augsburg Fortress Publishing. The Epistle of Paul to Philemon, known simply as Philemon, is one of the books of the Christian New is a prison letter, co-authored by Paul the Apostle with Timothy, to Philemon, a leader in the Colossian church. It deals with the themes of forgiveness and does not identify himself as an apostle with authority, but as "a prisoner of Jesus Christ", Category: Pauline epistles.

    As Philemon forgave Onesimus on Paul’s request, it was as if he was giving a drink of cold water in the name of a disciple and he shall be rewarded for it (Matthew , I Peter ). COMMENTARY ON THE BOOK OF PHILEMON. Philemon is a letter that showcases the cost of asking for and of granting forgiveness. Through Paul’s ministry Onesimus had come to faith in Jesus while a runaway slave. In that day, most runaway slaves, if caught, faced harsh punishment and sometimes even death. Philemon, Onesimus’ master, was also a Christian and Paul’s close friend.


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Studies in Philemon by W. Graham Scroggie Download PDF EPUB FB2

These small group studies of Philemon contain outlines, cross-references, Bible study discussion questions, and applications. Visit our library of inductive Bible studies for more in depth inductive studies on this and other books of the Bible you can use in your small group.

Studies in Philemon Paperback – November 1, by W. Graham Scroggie (Author) › Visit Amazon's W. Graham Scroggie Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. 5/5(1). Studies in Philemon Hardcover – January 1, by W. Graham Scroggie (Author) › Visit Amazon's W.

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Are you an author. Learn about Author Central. W 5/5(1). Study in Philemon. BACKDROP: The book of Philemon is as several authors have said, like looking over the shoulder of Philemon as he reads his personal mail.

The book is a very personal letter sent from the Apostle Paul (see Philemon 1,9,19). Behind this epistle there is a story, of course. Philemon lived in a place called Colossae. It was way up in the Phrygian country in the Anatolian section of what is Turkey today.

No city is there today—just ruins. But it was a great city in Paul’s day. One of Paul’s epistles was written to the Colossian believers. The book of Philemon demonstrates the gospel in action. Because believers in Jesus are equal partners in the new humanity, Paul asks Philemon to forgive his runaway slave Onesimus.

Stay connected amidst social distancing — receive weekly Bible studies to. According to (Colossians ), Onesimus accompanied Tychicus to Colossae, so Paul must have written to the Colossians and to Philemon at approximately the same time.

Suggested dates range from A.D. Background – Setting: This epistle is the story of three main characters, Onesimus, Philemon and Paul and their interaction.

Onesimus, a slave in Colossae, had. PHILEMON BIBLE STUDY LESSON SHEETS. Bible Study Lesson Sheets-- These are lessons designed for either a class or personal study. Each lesson has questions, fill in the blank; matching, true false; etc., on one chapter of the Bible.

All the answers come from the Bible itself. THE EPISTLE TO PHILEMON Chapter One OBJECTIVES IN STUDYING PHILEMON 1) To be impressed with the loving hospitality which characterized the Christians in the early church 2) To learn lessons in the use of tact in dealing with others SUMMARY In this very short and personal epistle, Paul addresses it to Philemon, Apphia, Archippus and to the church in their house.

Philemon is not mentioned anywhere else in the NT. The epistle shows that he was a believing Christian and an esteemed acquaintance of the Apostle. The Epistle is addressed to Philemon, with the church in his house, and to sister Apphia and Archippus. Archippus is also mentioned in Colossians This shows that Philemon lived in Colossae.

To win Philemon's willing acceptance of Onesimus, Paul writes very tactfully and in a lighthearted tone, which he creates with a wordplay (see note on v.

11). The appeal (vv. ) is organized in a way prescribed by ancient Greek and Roman teachers: to build rapport (vv.

), to persuade the mind (vv. ) and to move the emotions (vv. Philemon is often studied in conjunction with other letters (usually 1 and 2 Timothy and Titus). Thessalonians and Philemon: A Life Application Bible Study is inexpensive and contains 13 lessons, charts, maps, study questions and notes.

Visit our Life Application page for more information on how to use this work in a Bible study. The book of Philemon offers a powerful case study of brotherly love and the importance of forgiveness and equality within the body of Christ. In today’s article, we will explore the rich historical and cultural context surrounding the writing of the book of Philemon.

Lessons Learned From Philemon. by Jeff Smith. Introduction. Many people are turned off to the Bible because they perceive it to be a book which addresses doctrinal issues they are unable to understand because they haven't been to some religious school - they think understanding the Bible requires some theological degree.

Philemon Bible Study Lesson 1 - Historical Backgrounds of Philemon Information useful to understand before a study of the letter’s contents Slavery in the Greco-Roman World One of the most important things to understand about Philemon is the File Size: KB. Who is Philemon. The Book of Philemon is one of the most interesting, yet neglected books of the book was written by Paul while he was in prison around A.

Philemon was a Christian and a slave holder. It. To Philemon our beloved friend: Paul wrote to Philemon, a Christian brother living in Colosse. This is the only place in the New Testament where Philemon is mentioned by name, but we do know that he was a beloved friend to Paul.

Paul’s friendship with Philemon is shown by something significantly missing in his greeting. This book gives a strong message of forgiveness, especially between those who believe. It also gives good insight for viewing all people as equal regardless of the cultural practices of the day.

May you be blessed and inspired as you read and study the book of Philemon. Philemon: Paul’s convert and fellow-worker who lived in Colossae and ministered to the saints. Paul’s Convert: Philemon became a convert through Paul (Phil.

3,19) perhaps through his ministry in Ephesus (Acts ) b. Fellow-worker: Philemon is described as Paul’s fellow-worker (Phil. 1) who loves the saints (Phil.

5,7). Studies in Philemon. [W Graham Scroggie] based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.

Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a>. Returning to Philemon, verse 21 may imply that Paul wants Philemon to set Onesimus free. How is Philemon constructed? The letter may be outlined as follows: Greetings and a prayer for Philemon () Message to Philemon about his slave, Onesimus () Thanksgiving () Paul's argument regarding Onesimus () Paul's request ().Paul could have 1.

commanded Philemon 2. kept Onesimus 3. reminded Philemon of his indebtedness to him 4. refused Onesimus' dept. _____5. Paul appealed to Philemon: 1. for love's sake 2. as Paul the aged 3. as a prisoner 4.

as a brother 5. as a partner 6. in confidence _____6. Philemon was to receive Onesimus as: 1. a servant only Size: 30KB.Nuggets from the Book of Philemon.

Colossae was a bustling city in Phrygia, in the southwest region of Asia Minor. In the time of the apostles it had seen its better days. Once famed for its soft wool and colorful dyes, commercial competition had muted its influence.