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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Philippians 1:19


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    King James Bible - Philippians 1:19

    For I know that this shall turn to my salvation through your prayer, and the supply of the Spirit of Jesus Christ,

    World English Bible

    For I know that this will
    turn out to my salvation, through your supplication and the supply of the Spirit of Jesus Christ,

    Douay-Rheims - Philippians 1:19

    For I know that this shall fall out to me unto salvation, through your prayer, and the supply of the Spirit of Jesus Christ,

    Webster's Bible Translation

    For I know that this will
    turn to my salvation through your prayer, and the supply of the Spirit of Jesus Christ,

    Greek Textus Receptus


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    VERSE (19) -
    Ro 8:28 1Co 4:17 1Pe 1:7-9

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 1:19

    Porque s que esto se me tornar en salud, por vuestra oracin, y por la alimentacin del Espíritu de Jess el Cristo;

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Philippians 1:19

    Verse 19. This shall
    turn to my salvation] That is: It will be the means of my temporal safety; of my deliverance; for so the word swthria is here to be understood. The Jews had denounced the apostle as an enemy to Caesar; but he knew that, when the nature of the Gospel should be fully known, the Romans would see that he could be no enemy to Caesar who proclaimed a prince whose kingdom was not of this world; and who had taught, in the most unequivocal manner, that all Christians were to give tribute to whom tribute was due, and while they feared God to honour also the king, though that king was Nero.

    Through your prayer] Knowing them to be genuine followers of Christ, he was satisfied that their prayers would be very available in his behalf; and under God he places much dependence upon them.

    The supply of the Spirit of Jesus Christ] The word epicorhgia, which we translate supply, signifies also furnishing whatever is necessary. The Spirit of God he expected to help all his infirmities, and to furnish him with all the wisdom, prudence, strength of reason, and argument, which might be necessary for him in the different trials he had to pass through with his persecutors, and the civil powers, at whose judgment-seat he stood.


    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 19. For I know that this shall turn to my salvation , etc.] Or to salvation, to the salvation of others; that is, the preaching of Christ by these men, though designed by them to the hurt of the apostle; yet he knew that by the power and grace of God it should be made useful to the conversion, and for the salvation of many souls; and this was matter of rejoicing to him: or that affliction which they thought to have added to his bonds, should it befall him, he knew either from a divine revelation, or from the word of God in general, which gives reason to believe that all things work together for good to the saints, and from his own experience; that this also would turn to his advantage, and be for his good, either temporal, spiritual, or eternal, and would work for him a far more exceeding and eternal weight of glory in the world to come; and even in this world, he knew that every reproach, indignity, and suffering he endured, did but increase his fame and his honour, and make his name the more illustrious among the saints; which was the very thing these men envied in him, and strove to take from him; yea, he knew that the method they took would, quite contrary to their expectation, be the means of his enlargement and liberty, of his salvation and deliverance from his bonds: (see Philippians 1:25,26); and which he believed would be brought about by the prayers of the saints, and particularly these Philippians: through your prayer ; as Peter was delivered out of prison through the incessant prayer of the church for him. The apostle knew that the prayer of a righteous man availeth much with God, and is very prevalent with him, and much more the prayers of a whole church; wherefore he frequently desired them for him on many accounts; and among others, that he might be delivered out of the hands of unreasonable men; and he firmly believed that he should be delivered by such means: and the supply of the Spirit of Jesus Christ ; which he had reason to expect and hope would be given him through their prayers for him; for though God has made large provisions for the supply of the wants of his people, in his Son and in his covenant, to be dispensed unto them by his Spirit, yet for these will he be sought unto by them: the supply of the Spirit is a supply of gifts from Christ, fitting and qualifying men for his service, and which are ministered by the Spirit to them severally as he will; and a supply of grace out of the fulness of Christ, which the Spirit of grace is the applier of; and a supply of strength from the same by him, to enable the saints both to do and suffer whatever he is pleased to call, them to; it is in short a supply of all their need, which the Spirit of God helps them to, according to the riches of grace, in glory by Christ: this the apostle knew would be sufficient for him, to support him under his present troubles, to deliver him out of them, and to fit him for whatever future work and service his Lord and master had for him to do.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 12-20 - The
    apostle was a prisoner at Rome; and to take off the offence of the cross, he shows the wisdom and goodness of God in his sufferings. Thes things made him known, where he would never have otherwise been known and led some to inquire after the gospel. He suffered from fals friends, as well as from enemies. How wretched the temper of those wh preached Christ out of envy and contention, and to add affliction to the bonds that oppressed this best of men! The apostle was easy in the midst of all. Since our troubles may tend to the good of many, we ough to rejoice. Whatever turns to our salvation, is by the Spirit of Christ; and prayer is the appointed means of seeking for it. Ou earnest expectation and hope should not be to be honoured of men, or to escape the cross, but to be upheld amidst temptation, contempt, an affliction. Let us leave it to Christ, which way he will make u serviceable to his glory, whether by labour or suffering, by diligenc or patience, by living to his honour in working for him, or dying to his honour in suffering for him.


    Greek Textus Receptus


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    Vincent's NT Word Studies

    19. This. This
    preaching of Christ in every way.

    Shall turn (apobhsetai). Lit., come off, eventuate.

    Salvation. Not his deliverance from captivity, but it will prove salutary to him in a spiritual sense and to the saving work of the Gospel. Salvation simply is used, without any more precise definition; and the broader sense, as related to his ministry, seems to be indicated by the words Christ shall be magnified, in ver. 20.

    Supply (epicorhgiav). See on add, 2 Pet. i. 5. Compare Gal. iii. 5. The word implies bountiful supply.

    Of the Spirit of Jesus Christ. Either the supply furnished by the Spirit, or the supply which is the Spirit. It is better to take it as including both. The exact phrase, Spirit of Jesus Christ, is found only here. Spirit of Christ occurs Rom. viii. 9; 1 Pet. i. 11. The Holy Spirit is meant; called the Spirit of Jesus Christ, because through the Spirit Christ communicates Himself to His people. "The Spirit is the living principle and the organ of the proper presence of Christ and of His life in them" (Meyer).


    Robertson's NT Word Studies

    1:19 {Will turn} (apobsetai). Future middle indicative of apobainw, old verb, to come from, to come back, to turn out. {To my salvation} (eis swterian). For his release from prison as he strongly hopes to see them again (#1:26). Lightfoot takes the word to be Paul's eternal salvation and it must be confessed that verse #20 (the close of this sentence) does suit that idea best. Can it be that Paul carried both conceptions in the word here? {Supply} (epichorgias). Late and rare word (one example in inscription of first century A.D.). In N.T. only here and #Eph 4:16. From the late verb epicoregew (double compound, epi, coros, hegeomai, to furnish supply for the chorus) which see in #2Co 9:10; Ga 3:5.


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