Things don't always go the way we intend. It's easy to feel discouraged because what we hope for is badly thwarted, or because people make life difficult. Paul, writing to the Philippians from prison, certainly knew what it was like to have plans interrupted. But he maintains robust confidence in God's overruling power, even when everything seems to be going wrong. These eight studies will help us learn from Paul the art of seeing God's purposes working out through problems and difficulties, and will deepen our own confidence in God's power.
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Great study for small groupsUser Review - Christianbook.com
Bishop Wright brings the early Church into focus and gives historical background that is concise and meaningful without sounding like a text book. He asks study questions that really make you think about your faith, who God is, and how much He loves us. Bishop Wright shows us just how much Paul loved his little church in Philippi! Paul's encouragement to them is appropriate for us today.