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Philippians

Paperback|May 2016
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The apostle Paul had a vision in Troas of a man from Macedonia calling him to preach the gospel. Thus began Paul's ministry in the Roman colony of Philippi. The themes of Philippians are joy and partnership as he expresses...


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The apostle Paul had a vision in Troas of a man from Macedonia calling him to preach the gospel. Thus began Paul's ministry in the Roman colony of Philippi. The themes of Philippians are joy and partnership as he expresses his thanks and appreciation to the people of Philippi who stood by him as partners with their prayers and financial support. This verse-by-verse teaching through the book of Philippians from the personal study notes of Bob Yandian will give you great insight into the church at Philippi and the topic of God's joy, which is the strength of our Christian life. Book jacket.
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Bob Yandian

Bob Yandian, pastor of Grace Fellowship in Tulsa, Oklahoma, has an anointing and extensive teaching background that enables him to convey the uncompromised Word of God with an everyday practical clarity. Primarily, Bob ministers to students of the Word--fellow full-time ministers, congregational members, and Bible school students.A graduate of Trinity Bible College, Bob studied under its director and founder, Charles Duncombe, a contemporary and companion of Smith Wigglesworth. Bob also studied Greek at Southwestern College in Oklahoma City.In 1972 Bob began teaching regularly at Grace Fellows

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