Author: Ron Graham

I Can!

I Can Do All Things!
—Paul’s letter to the Philippians

Paul’s letter to the Philippians is full of encouragement. The theme is, “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” Series includes two quiz pages. Tap any title next to an arrow in the list below.

I Can Do All Things A study of what Paul meant when he said he could do all things through Christ who strengthened him.


The Spiritual Mind The spiritually minded have superior desires, attitudes, values, priorities, and motivations than do the fleshly minded.


Motivated by Superior DesiresContinuing Paul’s theme, "We worship God in the Spirit, and glory in Christ Jesus, and put no confidence in the flesh" (Philippians 3:3), we consider what desires motivate the spiritually minded


Guided by Superior ValuesContinuing Paul’s theme, "We worship God in the Spirit, and glory in Christ Jesus, and put no confidence in the flesh" (Philippians 3:3), we consider what values guide the spiritually minded.


Saved by Superior RighteousnessContinuing Paul’s theme, "We worship God in the Spirit, and glory in Christ Jesus, and put no confidence in the flesh" (Philippians 3:3), we consider what righteousness saves the spiritually minded.


Strengthened by Superior AttitudesContinuing Paul’s theme, "We worship God in the Spirit, and glory in Christ Jesus, and put no confidence in the flesh" (Philippians 3:3), we consider what attitudes strengthen the spiritually minded.


Edified by Superior ThoughtContinuing Paul’s theme, "We worship God in the Spirit, and glory in Christ Jesus, and put no confidence in the flesh" (Philippians 3:3), we consider what kind of thinking edifies the spiritually minded.


Are You Positive? Paul’s letter to the Philippians is positive in its theme: I can! We look beyond positive thinking to the postive actions encouraged in the letter.


Spiritual Wellbeing The various elements of spiritual wellbeing and joy in Jesus are shown in an outline summary of the letter.


Toward Our GoalTen principles for achieving any worthwhile goal, especially a Christian goal.


Outline of PhilippiansAn exposition of Paul’s letter to the Philippians.


The Path to PeaceGet rid of anxiety and think constructively.


Depth of InsightThis discernment or insight given us by the Lord is not meagre. He doesn't give glimpses of enlightenment, but a fulness.


Things We All ShareA list of 20 reasons why it is silly for Christians to squabble with one another.


Compliments Paul Pays His FriendsPaul’s great regard for his friends in the church at Philippi, and his companions in ministry whom they knew and loved.


The Four TitudesPractising latitude, gratitude, beatitude, and aptitude, builds our fortitude.


Sharing in Christ’s SufferingsIn this lesson, we think about Paul’s profound prayer in Philippians 3:10. In this verse, Paul states the very purpose of his life as a Christian.


Quiz Philippians 1 and 230 questions.


Quiz Philippians 3 and 4Another 30 questions.


Related lessons

Spiritual WellbeingA series of lessons from Philippians, developing the elements of Spiritual Wellbeing summarized in the series I Can! This series is designed for class teaching or a lectureship/workshop programme.


How to be Truly HappyThis series of lessons will reveal the secrets of achieving true happiness in life. Some of these secrets are surprising and they are things that worldly people may not evaluate as ways to be happy.


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