Synopses & Reviews
Experience Pauls Most Beloved Book
Join Our Daily Bread author Dave Branon for an investigation into the book of Philippians. As you read the words of the apostle Paul and enter the story and lives of believers in ancient Philippi, youll uncover a spiritual foundation that makes us strong and unshaken in our faith during the trials of life.
We need to hear from a guy who was beaten, jailed, shipwrecked, threatened, and mistreated due to his allegiance to Jesus as he tells us how to stand firm and experience peace,” says Dave Branon.
Examining the meaning and teaching of Pauls letter, Stand Firm
Provides easy-to-read and engaging narrative
Challenges Christians to have confidence in their faith and experience Gods peace
Includes questions for personal reflection and discussion
Featuring 48 life lessons written in a down-to-earth style, this creative commentary-and-devotional combination brings clarity to Scripture and challenges us to be grounded in Christ no matter what life may bring. Perfect for individual or small group study.
Find practical and relevant life lessons from Pauls letters to the Philippians that bring messages of hope and peace to help us stand firm in Christ.
The book of Philippians may be 2,000 years old, but throughout its pages Paul gives clues about living that are just as valid today as they were in his day. Stand Firm examines Pauls letter to the Philippians and features 48 life lessons through a creative combination of commentary and devotional. This down-to-earth style of writing brings clarity to Scripture and challenges readers to be grounded in Christ no matter what happens in life. Including questions for personal reflection and discussion plus suggestions for life application, Stand Firm offers readers the convenience of commentary and devotions all wrapped up into one book.
About the Author
Dave Branon is an editor for Discovery House Publishers and ODB Ministries and is a popular contributor to Our Daily Bread. He has written over two thousand devotional articles and sixteen books, including the Sports Devotional Bible, Heads Up, and Beyond the Valley. Dave and his wife, Sue, live in Grand Rapids, Michigan.