Scripture Readings - Philippians

Philippians
This letter, one of the most cordial and affectionate we have from Paul’s hand, was addressed to the Christians at Philippi in Macedonia, the first congregation established by him in Europe (Acts 16:11-15). Written about 61 A.D. while he was in prison, the occasion of this letter writing was the return to Philippi of Epaphroditus (2:25-29), who had been sent by the Church there with a gift for Paul (4:18). The Apostle took this opportunity to describe his own situation and state of mind to the Philippian congregation, thanking them for their gift and giving them certain needed instructions. The whole letter is permeated with Paul’s joy and serene happiness in Christ, even while in prison and in danger of death (2:2; 3:8-14; 4:11-13).

Reading Read Time Hit Count
Philippians 1:1-7 (19th Monday after Pentecost) 1 min 3931
Philippians 1:8-14 (19th Tuesday after Pentecost) 1 min 4177
Philippians 1:12-20 (19th Wednesday after Pentecost) 1 min 3728
Philippians 1:20-27 (19th Thursday after Pentecost) 1 min 3730
Philippians 1:27-30; 2:1-4 (19th Friday after Pentecost) 1 min 4283
Philippians 2:5-11 (Most-HolyTheotokos) 1 min 5331
Philippians 2:12-16 (At the Beginning of Every Good Work) 1 min 4058
Philippians 2:16-23 (20th Tuesday after Pentecost) 1 min 3837
Philippians 2:24-30 (20th Wednesday after Pentecost) 1 min 3472
Philippians 3:1-8 (20th Thursday after Pentecost) 1 min 3900
Philippians 3:7-14 (St. Jacob) 1 min 4207
Philippians 3:8-19 (20th Friday after Pentecost) 1 min 4030
Philippians 4:4-9 (Palm Sunday) 1 min 5513
Philippians 4:10-23 (21st Monday after Pentecost) 1 min 4112