|NOTES ON PHILIPPIANS 1:10. This Is From The Companion Bible.|
|PHILIPPIANS CHAPTER 1:|
10 °That ye may approve things that °are excellent; 9that ye may be °sincere and °without offence °till the °day of °Christ;
[ 9 that. Greek hina. Generally denoting a purpose, but here only the subject of the prayer. (Brought forward from notes on verse nine.)]
10 That ye may, etc. = To (Appendix 104. vi) your proving, or trying.
are excellent = differ. We are to test the things, and having found them to differ, must not join them together, but rightly divide them (2Timothy 2:15).
sincere. Greek eilikrines. Only here and 2Peter 3:1. Compare 1Corinthians 5:8.
without offence. Greek aproskopos. See Acts 24:16.
till. Appendix 104. vi.
day of Christ. The same expression in 2:16. Compare verse 6 and 1Corinthians 1:8; 5:5. 2Corinthians 1:14. 2Thessalonians 2:2, where see note.
Christ. Appendix 98. IX.
( Doctor Bullinger's companion column continues on to the next verse, but is not shown here in these web-pages.)
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Appendix 112. Synonymous Expressions for Kingdom.
Appendix 140. Gospel of the Kingdom, & other Gospels.