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Referensi Silang TSK - Philippians 4:23
Introduction Introduction | Context Context | Philippians 4:23 Philippians 4:23
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PHP 04:23
Referensi Silang:
{q} Yesus Kristus {q}
	/TB  Rom 16:20 
	Lihat TSK - sumber "Rom 16:20"
{r} menyertai rohmu! {r}
	/TB  Gal 6:18 
	Lihat TSK - sumber "Gal 6:18"
	. Ro 16:20,24 2Co 13:14


The Church at Philippi in Macedonia was planted by the Apostle
Paul about A.D. 53, (Ac 16:9-40;) and it appears he visited them
again, A.D. 60, though no particulars are recorded concerning
that visit, (Ac 20:6.)  The Philippians were greatly attached to
St. Paul, and testified their affection by sending him supplies,
even when labouring for other churches, (ch. 4:15, 16; 2 Co
11:9;) and when they heard that he was under confinement at
Rome, they sent Epaphroditus, one of their pastors, to him with
a present, lest he should want necessaries during his
imprisonment, (ch. 2:25; 4:10, 14-18.)  The more immediate
occasion of the Epistle was the return of Epaphroditus, by whom
the apostle sent it as a grateful acknowledgment of their
kindness; which occurred towards the close of his first
imprisonment, about the end of A.D. 62, or the commencement of 63.
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