- 1 Why did the Apostle Paul suffer?
- 2 What were some challenges St Paul faced?
- 3 What is more I consider everything a loss?
- 4 How was Paul able to endure the pain and trials that he suffered for his beliefs?
- 5 What does it mean to endure hardship?
- 6 What can we learn from Paul in the Bible?
- 7 Do not be anxious about everything?
- 8 For whom I have suffered the loss of all things?
- 9 What does count as loss mean?
Why did the Apostle Paul suffer?
Paul was a prisoner when he wrote this letter to the believers in Colosse. He was in bonds for preaching forgiveness of sins and life eternal in the crucified and risen Christ Jesus. Believers could and still can rejoice in the Apostle Paul’s sufferings because he was suffering for his faithfulness to Messiah Jesus.
What were some challenges St Paul faced?
We described five obstacles that had to be overcome in order to get the donors involved ( ancient local patronage and local honour, ancient anti-Judaism, Paul’s quarrels with the Corinthians and the presence of opponents, Paul’s financial policy in Corinth and other previous financial engagements of the Corinthians ) and
What is more I consider everything a loss?
Philippians 3:8 Notebook: What is more, I consider everything a loss because of the surpassing worth of knowing Christ Jesus my Lord, for whose sake I 3:8 Notebook, Bible Verse Christian Journal Paperback – December 11, 2019.
How was Paul able to endure the pain and trials that he suffered for his beliefs?
How was Paul able to endure the pain and trials that he suffered for his beliefs? I think Paul was able to endure because he really believed what he believed and proclaimed. He trusted that God through his sufferings would receive honour and praise and that God would turn the suffering and pain into His good for Paul.
What does it mean to endure hardship?
If you endure a painful or difficult situation, you experience it and do not avoid it or give up, usually because you cannot.
What can we learn from Paul in the Bible?
Here are five of them that really resonate with me.
- He didn’t live to please man. (Galatians 1:10) When I first came across this verse, I chuckled at how sassy Paul sounded.
- He was humble.
- He was selfless.
- He was focused on God’s calling in his life.
- He lived with eternity in mind.
Do not be anxious about everything?
Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. 7 And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.
For whom I have suffered the loss of all things?
“For whom I have suffered the loss of all things”: Paul dropped all confidence in his bodily privileges, civil, ceremonial, and moral righteousness, for Christ and his righteousness; losing his own good name and reputation among men, suffering many kinds of persecutions, losing the comforts of life, often in cold or
What does count as loss mean?
Originally Answered: What does it mean when someone says “count your loses”? The correct expression is: “count your losses”. It means just move on from now on. You have made bad & costly decisions, or you have been unfortunate by no fault of your own, such as a disaster of some sort like a fire or flood or disease.