Bible Alive - Friday 31st October

Highlights of Philemon

  • Paul reminds Philemon that he is imprisoned in Rome for preaching the faith that both of them believe (verse 1).
  • He tells to thank God Philemon for his great love and service (verses 4-7).
  • Paul calls him a brother in the faith (verse 7).
  • He asks Philemon to welcome Onesimus back as a special favour to him and refers to Onesimus as a totally changed man and as Paul's son in the faith (verses 8-10).
  • Paul writes that Onesimus is now a valuable asset to him in the ministry and is very dear to his heart, but he wants Philemon to see this also (verses 11-14).
  • Paul implies that all this is actually God's purpose being worked out and that Onesimus should be treated more as a brother in the faith rather than as a slave. Paul writes that whatever Philemon does for Onesimus, it is as if he is doing it for Paul (verses 15-17).
  • Whatever Onesimus took from Philemon, Paul says he will repay (verses 18-19).
  • Paul continues by saying that he is confident that Philemon will do what is right and receive his former servant as a brother in the faith (verses 20-21).

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Friday 31st October 2014