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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Philippians 4:6


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    King James Bible - Philippians 4:6

    Be careful for nothing; but in every thing by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known unto God.

    World English Bible

    In nothing be anxious, but in everything, by prayer and petition with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to God.

    Douay-Rheims - Philippians 4:6

    Be nothing solicitous; but in every thing, by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your petitions be made known to God.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    Be anxious for nothing; but in every thing by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God.

    Greek Textus Receptus


    μηδεν
    3367 μεριμνατε 3309 5720 αλλ 235 εν 1722 παντι 3956 τη 3588 προσευχη 4335 και 2532 τη 3588 δεησει 1162 μετα 3326 ευχαριστιας 2169 τα 3588 αιτηματα 155 υμων 5216 γνωριζεσθω 1107 5744 προς 4314 τον 3588 θεον 2316

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    VERSE (6) -
    Da 3:16 Mt 6:25-33; 10:19; 13:22 Lu 10:41; 12:29 1Co 7:21,32

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 4:6

    Por nada estis afanosos; sino sean conocidas vuestras peticiones delante de Dios en todo con oracin y ruego y accin de gracias.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Philippians 4:6

    Verse 6. Be careful for nothing] mhden merimnate? Be not anxiously solicitous; do not give
    place to carking care, let what will occur; for anxiety cannot chance the state or condition of any thing from bad to good, but will infallibly injure your own souls.

    By prayer and supplication] God alone can help you; he is disposed to do it, but you must ask by prayer and supplication; without this he has not promised to help you.

    By prayer - solemn application to God from a sense of want.

    Supplication - continuance in earnest prayer. With thanksgiving, for innumerable favours already received; and for dangers, evils, and deaths turned aside. And let your souls be found in this exercise, or in the disposition in which this exercise can be performed, at all times, on all occasions, and in all places.


    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 6. Be careful for nothing , etc.] This must be understood not in the most extensive sense, but with a limitation and restriction. There are many things that saints are to be careful for, as men and Christians; they are to be careful of their bodies, as well as of their souls; of the health of them, which is to be preserved by all lawful means, and not exposed to unnecessary danger; and for their families, to provide things honest for them, proper food and raiment, and the necessaries of life; for whoever does not do that, denies the faith, and is worse than an infidel; and even for the things of this world in a moderate way, using all diligence and industry in obtaining them; men ought to be careful to discharge the duties of their calling in civil life, and to care and concern themselves for the honour of God, the interest of religion, and the support of the Gospel; and that they offend not God, by sinning against him: but the carefulness the apostle speaks of, is an anxious solicitude for worldly things, an immoderate concern for the things of life, arising from diffidence, or negligence, of the power, providence, and faithfulness of God: saints should not be anxiously, or in a distressing manner concerned for the things of this world, but be content, whether they have less or more; nor be over much pressed with what befalls them, but should cast their care upon the Lord, and carry every case to him, and leave it there: but in everything . The Syriac and Ethiopic versions render it, in every time: always, constantly, every day, as often as there is opportunity, and need requires. The Vulgate Latin and Arabic versions join it with the following clause, in every prayer and supplication; but the grammatical construction of the words will not admit of such a version; it is best to understand it of every thing, or case, which should be brought to God; whether it be of a temporal or spiritual kind, relating to body or soul, to ourselves or others, to our families, relations, and acquaintance, the church, or the world: by prayer and supplication : which may include all sorts of prayer, mental or vocal, private or public, ordinary or extraordinary, and every part of prayer: prayer may design petition, or asking for good things that are wanted; and supplication, a deprecating of evils that are feared; though these two are often used together for the same thing, for prayer in general: which ought always to be accompanied with thanksgiving ; for mercies received; for a man can never come to the throne of grace, to ask for grace and mercy, but he has mercies to bless God for, and so to do is very acceptable to God; nor can a person expect to succeed in the enjoyment of future mercies, when he is not thankful for past and present ones: in this manner therefore, at all times, upon every occasion, in a way of humble petition and supplication, joined with thankfulness for all favours, let your requests be made known to God ; not to men; fly not to an arm of flesh, but to God, to him only, and that in the most private mariner, as not to be known by men; and put up such requests, as there may be reason to hope and believe God will know and approve of; such as are agreeable to his will, to the covenant of his grace, and the declaration of his word: use familiarity with God, tell him as you would do a friend, freely and fully, all your case, pour out your souls and your complaints before him. This God would have his people do, and he expects it from them; and though he knows all their wants, and what are their desires before they express them, yet he will seem not to know them, or take any notice of them, until they open them to him in some way or other; either by vocal prayer, or mental; by ejaculations, or sighs and groans, by chattering as a crane or a swallow, all which he understands: and be the case made known in what way or manner soever, with ever so much weakness, so be it, it is made known, it is enough, it shall be regarded and not despised.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 2-9 - Let
    believers be of one mind, and ready to help each other. As the apostle had found the benefit of their assistance, he knew ho comfortable it would be to his fellow-labourers to have the help of others. Let us seek to give assurance that our names are written in the book of life. Joy in God is of great consequence in the Christian life and Christians need to be again and again called to it. It more tha outweighs all causes for sorrow. Let their enemies perceive ho moderate they were as to outward things, and how composedly the suffered loss and hardships. The day of judgment will soon arrive, with full redemption to believers, and destruction to ungodly men. There is a care of diligence which is our duty, and agrees with a wise forecas and due concern; but there is a care of fear and distrust, which is sin and folly, and only perplexes and distracts the mind. As a remed against perplexing care, constant prayer is recommended. Not onl stated times for prayer, but in every thing by prayer. We must joi thanksgivings with prayers and supplications; not only seek supplies of good, but own the mercies we have received. God needs not to be tol our wants or desires; he knows them better than we do; but he will have us show that we value the mercy, and feel our dependence on him. The peace of God, the comfortable sense of being reconciled to God, an having a part in his favour, and the hope of the heavenly blessedness are a greater good than can be fully expressed. This peace will kee our hearts and minds through Christ Jesus; it will keep us from sinnin under troubles, and from sinking under them; keep us calm and with inward satisfaction. Believers are to get and to keep a good name; name for good things with God and good men. We should walk in all the ways of virtue, and abide therein; then, whether our praise is of me or not, it will be of God. The apostle is for an example. His doctrin and life agreed together. The way to have the God of peace with us, is to keep close to our duty. All our privileges and salvation arise is the free mercy of God; yet the enjoyment of them depends on our sincer and holy conduct. These are works of God, pertaining to God, and to his only are they to be ascribed, and to no other, neither men, words, no deeds.


    Greek Textus Receptus


    μηδεν
    3367 μεριμνατε 3309 5720 αλλ 235 εν 1722 παντι 3956 τη 3588 προσευχη 4335 και 2532 τη 3588 δεησει 1162 μετα 3326 ευχαριστιας 2169 τα 3588 αιτηματα 155 υμων 5216 γνωριζεσθω 1107 5744 προς 4314 τον 3588 θεον 2316

    Vincent's NT Word Studies

    6. Be careful (merimnate). See on
    Matt. vi. 25. Rev., better, be anxious.

    Prayer and supplication. General and special. See on Luke v. 33; viii. 38. Proseuch prayer, only of prayer to God. The two words often occur together, as Eph. vi. 18; 1 Tim. ii. 1; v. 5.

    Requests (aithmata). Specific details of supplication.

    Unto God (prov ton Qeon). The force of prov is rather in your intercourse with God. See on with God, John i. 1.


    Robertson's NT Word Studies

    4:6 {In nothing be anxious} (meden merimnate). Present imperative in prohibition, "stop being anxious." See me merimnate in #Mt 6:31. {With thanksgiving} (meta eucharistias). In all the forms of prayer here named thanksgiving should appear.


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