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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Philippians 1:30


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    King James Bible - Philippians 1:30

    Having the same conflict which ye saw in me, and now hear to be in me.

    World English Bible

    having the same conflict which you saw in me, and now hear is in me.

    Douay-Rheims - Philippians 1:30

    Having the same conflict as that which you have seen in me, and now have heard of me.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    Having the same conflict which ye saw in me, and now hear to be in me.

    Greek Textus Receptus


    τον
    3588 αυτον 846 αγωνα 73 εχοντες 2192 5723 οιον 3634 {1: ιδετε 1492 5628 } {2: ειδετε 1492 5627 } εν 1722 εμοι 1698 και 2532 νυν 3568 ακουετε 191 5719 εν 1722 εμοι 1698

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    VERSE (30) -
    Joh 16:33 Ro 8:35-37 1Co 4:9-14; 15:30-32 Eph 6:11-18 Col 2:1

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 1:30

    Teniendo el mismo conflicto que habis visto en mí, y ahora oís estar en mí.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Philippians 1:30

    Verse 30. Having the same
    conflict] When Paul preached the Gospel at Philippi he was grievously persecuted, as we learn from Acts xvi. 19-40, being stripped, scourged, thrown into prison, even into the dungeon, and his feet made fast in the stocks. This was the conflict they had seen in him; and now they heard that he had been sent prisoner to Rome as an evil doer, and that he was at present in bonds, and shortly to be tried for his life before the Roman emperor to whom he had been obliged to appeal.

    1. IT was no small encouragement to these persons, (1.) That whatever sufferings they met with they were supported under them. (2.) That they suffered in the same cause in which their illustrious apostle was suffering.

    (3.) That they suffered, not because they had done any evil, or could be accused of any, but because they believed in the Son of God, who died for them and for all mankind. (4.) That all these sufferings were sanctified to their eternal good.

    2. And God is able to make the same grace abound towards us in like circumstances; it is for this purpose that such consolatory portions are left on record. He who is persecuted or afflicted for Christ's sake, is most eminently honoured by his Creator.


    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 30. Having the same conflict , etc.] For it seems that the Philippians were now under persecution for the Gospel of Christ; but this was no new or strange thing; it was the same the apostle was under formerly, and at that time: which ye saw in me, and now hear [to be] in me ; when he and Silas were at Philippi, and first preached the Gospel there, they were exceedingly ill used, and shamefully entreated; they were dragged to the market place, or court, were beaten and scourged, and put into the inner prison, and their feet made fast in the stocks, ( Acts 16:19,22-24 1 Thessalonians 2:2); of all this the Philippians were eyewitnesses, and to which he here refers when he says, which ye saw in me; and now he was a prisoner at Rome, as they had heard, hence he says, and now hear to be in me; for they had sent Epaphroditus to him with a present, as a token of their love to him, and to support him under his affliction; and which he mentions, in order to animate them to bear their sufferings patiently for Christ's sake, since the same were accomplished in him, as well as in the rest of their brethren and fellow Christians in the world.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 27-30 - Those who profess the
    gospel of Christ, should live as becomes thos who believe gospel truths, submit to gospel laws, and depend upo gospel promises. The original word "conversation" denotes the conduc of citizens who seek the credit, safety, peace, and prosperity of their city. There is that in the faith of the gospel, which is worth strivin for; there is much opposition, and there is need of striving. A man ma sleep and go to hell; but he who would go to heaven, must look abou him and be diligent. There may be oneness of heart and affection amon Christians, where there is diversity of judgment about many things Faith is God's gift on the behalf of Christ; the ability an disposition to believe are from God. And if we suffer reproach and los for Christ, we are to reckon them a gift, and prize them accordingly Yet salvation must not be ascribed to bodily afflictions, as thoug afflictions and worldly persecutions deserved it; but from God only i salvation: faith and patience are his gifts __________________________________________________________________


    Greek Textus Receptus


    τον
    3588 αυτον 846 αγωνα 73 εχοντες 2192 5723 οιον 3634 {1: ιδετε 1492 5628 } {2: ειδετε 1492 5627 } εν 1722 εμοι 1698 και 2532 νυν 3568 ακουετε 191 5719 εν 1722 εμοι 1698

    Vincent's NT Word Studies

    30.
    Conflict (agwna). An athletic contest. See on striving, Colossians i. 29, and compare striving together, ver. 27.

    Ye saw. In his sufferings at Philippi, Acts 16, see 1 Thess. ii. 2. Hear. Concerning my imprisonment.


    Robertson's NT Word Studies

    1:30 {Conflict} (agwna). Athletic or gladiatorial contest as in #1Ti 6:12; 2Ti 4:7. The Philippians saw Paul suffer (#Ac 16:19-40; 1Th 2:2) as now they have heard about it in Rome.


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    VERSES: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30

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