This study of PHILIPPIANS presents the meaning of joy from Paul, who faced head-on all the troubles of the world-super- natural evil as well as human misunderstanding, sickness, abandonment, persecution, imprisonment, doubt, despair-and still could say "Rejoice in the Lord always!" at the end of each study is a section titled "Focus on Joy." This booklet is part of the FISHERMAN'S BIBLE STUDY GUIDES, with almost 60 book, character, topical, or core studies to choose from. Each study features built in leadership helps and a flexible format you can use in all kins of settings. Format: Workbook Audience: Beginner Leader's Guide: No Number of Lessons: 8 Average Number of Questions: 13 Prep Time: Low
Experience Joy No Matter What
One of the most joyful books ever written came from a man facing imminent execution in prison. The apostle Paul’s letter to the church at Philippi shimmers with the words joy, glad, and rejoice. In this guide, you will learn from one who faced supernatural evil as well as every kind of human problem–and yet could say, “Rejoice in the Lord always, and again, I say, Rejoice!”
Ron Klug has been a teacher, missionary, editor, and freelance writer. He currently teaches English at the Evangelical Lyceum in Bratislava, Slovakia.