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In die afgelope week: lentekonferensie by UP. Predikante van regoor die land.

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“Alive, Alive”

“All over the world”

“Bring my die ou-ou tyding”

“Al my twyfel”

“Jesus loves me”

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“Vader ons ween”

“I stand amazed”

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Hand 16:16-34

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LB284:1-3 “Laat Heer U vrede”

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PREEKSKETS


Philippians is the Epistle of "Joy", word that occurs 16 times in this short letter...


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Filippi: Kaart en Gangitis rivier


Godsdiens: In spite of a strong Roman influence, the city's religious life was quite diverse. It included monuments reflecting emperor worship, plus Greek gods and their Roman counterparts, especially Jupiter (known in the Greek world as Zeus). The local Thracians worshipped the goddess Artemis, while there were also sanctuaries to Egyptian gods, especially Isis and Serapis, and to the Phrygian Cybele, known as the great Mother-goddess. There was a small Jewish community, but probably not a regular synagogue congregation which would have required ten men. Instead, several women met outside the city on the Sabbath for prayer (Acts 16:13).


Verhaal van Lydia: In Philippi, Paul and Silas met some women praying on the Sabbath at the river, led by Lydia, "a dealer in purple cloth from the city of Thyatira, who was a worshipper of God" (Acts 16:14). She welcomed Paul's message, was baptized with her household, and invited the missionaries and a cluster of believers into her home, where the tiny church began to grow.


 

Filippi: meer oor die stad


    Founded in the sixth century B.C., the town was taken over after 360 B.C. by Philip II of Macedon, the father of Alexander the Great, and was renamed for himself, "Philip's City."


    Paul, established at Philippi the first Christian community in Europe (Act.16:9-40) on his second missionary journey, probably in A.D. 49 or 50, accompanied by Silas and Timothy and Luke, if he is to be included in the "we" references of (Act.15:40, 16:3,10-17, Phi.1:1).


    Acts 16 tells of the conversion of a business woman, Lydia; the exorcism of a slave girl; and, after an earthquake, while Paul and Silas were imprisoned in Philippi, the faith and baptism of a jailer and his family. Act.16 concludes its account by describing how Paul (and Silas), asked by the magistrates to leave Philippi, went on to Thessalonica (Act 17:1-10), where several times his loyal Philippians continued to support him with financial aid (Phi.4:16). Later, Paul may have passed through Philippi on his way from Ephesus to Greece (Act.20:1-2), and he definitely stopped there on his fateful trip to Jerusalem (Act.20:6).


    The Philippians remained very attached and grateful to their Apostle and on several occasions sent him economic aid (twice to Thessalonica, Phi.4:14-16; once to Corinth, 2Cor.11:8-9; and once to Rome, Phi.4:1).


A landmark in the history of Philippi was the year A.D 49 or 50, when Apostole Paul visited the city and established there the first Christian Church of Europe.


Filippi: Tronk


One day they were met by a slave girl who prophesied from an evil spirit. Finally Paul turned to her and said to the spirit, "In the name of Jesus Christ I command you to come out of her." With their slave girl no longer able to prophecy, her owners had Paul and Silas flogged and thrown in prison for "throwing our city into an uproar by advocating customs unlawful for us Romans to accept or practice" (Acts 16:20-21). At midnight an earthquake opened the prison doors and the jailer was converted and baptized with his household in the middle of the night. At daylight, Paul and Silas were thrown out of town, but not before a church had been established.


After Paul and Silas left, Luke may have stayed on in Philippi.2 Paul kept in touch with the Macedonian churches through Timothy (Acts 19:21-23; Philippians 2:19-20) and visited them twice more, probably during the autumn of 54-55 and again in the spring of 55-56 (Acts 20:1-3).


The church at Philippi provided financial and material support several times during Paul's journeys. He bragged to the Corinthians about their generosity:


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Paulus se ligaam:

                      Slaanmerke: 39 houe

                      Ikonium: amper gestenig (Hand 14:5-6)

                      Listra: gestenig en vir dood agtergelaat (Hand 14:19-20)

                      Weggejaag uit Tessalonika (Hand 17)

                      Uitgelag in Athene (Hand 17)

                      Rome: Lyk of mense Paulus uitmekaar wil skeur (Hand 23:10)


Agv hierdie lojaliteit: nou in tronk in Filippi


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Middernag:

                      Sit en sing lofliedere


Lofprysing deel van essensie van kerk.


Efe 5:19 “Moenie dronk word van wyn nie, maar laat die Gees julle vervul en sing onder mekaar Psalms, Gesange en ander geestelike liedere...Sing met julle hele hart”


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Om te vretel van JX is nie deel ‘n lekker ou joppie van ‘n paar van die mense nie.


Sover as wat die vroë christene gevlug het, het hulle vir ander mense van die Here vertel ... kerk ontstaan.


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