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CG Leader Guides


Kai Pinkerton

7/4-7/8 Student Summer Camp - Glorieta, NM; Pray for the 70+ students and leaders!
7/9 or 7/12 VBS Trainings - 6:30pm; attend one if volunteering at VBS this year
7/15 Orphan Care Cookout -10a-1p Johnson Rd Park; Sign up at
7/16 Alliance Campus Vision Night Q&A 2 - 5 pm; all Alliance Campus info
7/23-7/27 VBS - register yourself (volunteer) and your kids TODAY at (or on App)

“What is one thing that makes you anxious?” 

This week we begin chapter 4 of Philippians. It’s all about “perspective”; a full orienting of our lives, thoughts, prayers around Jesus. Paul encourages the Philippians (and us) to be reconciled with one another for the sake of the gospel, to rejoice in the Lord and to put away our anxieties & worries and instead pray; pray about everything.  “Rejoice!” - Philippians series. 
Key Passages:  Phil 4:1-7, Phil 1:27, 2:1-2


  1. Ask if someone can give the primary sermon points to refresh the message (be prepared to do this yourself if needed).
  2. Read Phil 4:1-7. What are the 6 affectionate terms Paul uses in v1 regarding the church he is writing to?
  3. What was Paul’s solution to the dispute between Euodia and Syntyche? 
  4. Why is division in the body of Christ so dangerous? 
  5. How might you encourage unity rather than division?  Read also Phil 1:27 and 2:1-2.
  6. Paul specifies the kind of joy he is calling the church to: it is “in the Lord” (v4); what does it mean to rejoice “in the Lord”?
  7. Verse 6 issues one negative command (what not to do) and one positive command (what to do); what are they, and how do they relate to each other?
  8. Ask if there are any other personal observations or takeaways from the scripture or sermon.

Taking v6 as our model, pray about areas of life which you have considered too insignificant, or perhaps even too impossible, to bring to the Lord. What are these for you? Pray about them.

Philippians 4

1 Therefore, my brothers, whom I love and long for, my joy and crown, stand firm thus in the Lord, my beloved.
Exhortation, Encouragement, and Prayer
2 I entreat Euodia and I entreat Syntyche to agree in the Lord. 3 Yes, I ask you also, true companion, help these women, who have labored side by side with me in the gospel together with Clement and the rest of my fellow workers, whose names are in the book of life.
4 Rejoice in the Lord always; again I will say, rejoice. 5 Let your reasonableness be known to everyone. The Lord is at hand; 6 do not be anxious about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. 7 And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.

Matthew Henry Commentary (Concise) 
Philippians Chapter 4

The apostle exhorts the Philippians to stand fast in the Lord. (1) Gives directions to some, and to all in general. (2-9) Expresses contentment in every condition of life. (10-19) He concludes with prayer to God the Father, and his usual blessing. (20-23)
Verse 1 The believing hope and prospect of eternal life, should make us steady and constant in our Christian course. There is difference of gifts and graces, yet, being renewed by the same Spirit, we are brethren. To stand fast in the Lord, is to stand fast in his strength, and by his grace.
Verses 2-9 Let believers be of one mind, and ready to help each other. As the apostle had found the benefit of their assistance, he knew how comfortable it would be to his fellow-laborers to have the help of others. Let us seek to give assurance that our names are written in the book of life. Joy in God is of great consequence in the Christian life; and Christians need to be again and again called to it. It more than outweighs all causes for sorrow. Let their enemies perceive how moderate they were as to outward things, and how composedly they suffered loss and hardships. The day of judgment will soon arrive, with full redemption to believers, and destruction to ungodly men. There is a care of diligence which is our duty, and agrees with a wise forecast and due concern; but there is a care of fear and distrust, which is sin and folly, and only perplexes and distracts the mind. As a remedy against perplexing care, constant prayer is recommended. Not only stated times for prayer, but in every thing by prayer. We must join thanksgivings with prayers and supplications; not only seek supplies of good, but own the mercies we have received. God needs not to be told our wants or desires; he knows them better than we do; but he will have us show that we value the mercy, and feel our dependence on him. The peace of God, the comfortable sense of being reconciled to God, and having a part in his favor, and the hope of the heavenly blessedness, are a greater good than can be fully expressed. This peace will keep our hearts and minds through Christ Jesus; it will keep us from sinning under troubles, and from sinking under them; keep us calm and with inward satisfaction. Believers are to get and to keep a good name; a name for good things with God and good men. We should walk in all the ways of virtue, and abide therein; then, whether our praise is of men or not, it will be of God. The apostle is for an example. His doctrine and life agreed together. The way to have the God of peace with us, is to keep close to our duty. All our privileges and salvation arise in the free mercy of God; yet the enjoyment of them depends on our sincere and holy conduct. These are works of God, pertaining to God, and to him only are they to be ascribed, and to no other, neither men, words, nor deeds.