This self-study guide will introduce you to the church at Philippi, where Paul maintained a close and unique relationship with the people who supported him spiritually and financially. Out of a heart of gratitude he wrote them a thank-you letter while imprisoned at Rome. In it Paul describes one of the most important and poignant teachings regarding Jesus Christ. In the second chapter he discusses kenosis--the self-imposed humiliation that typified the life of the Lord as a humble servant, whose obedience went as far as an undeserved sacrificial death for humanity.
If you are looking for a comprehensive, challenging tool to use in personal, group, or class Bible study, you will find the Jensen Bible Self-Study series an exciting way to better understand the important truths of God's Word. Each response-oriented guide in the 39-book series features helpful charts, graphs, maps, and ideas for projects and further study. You will refer back to each completed guide as a reference again and again as you study the Scriptures.
This study series has enabled millions to effectively explore and understand God's eternal message, and it continues to be a widely-used tool for Bible study today.