#1. Rather than being unhappy about his imprisonment, Paul is glad. Why is this? (Philippians 1:12-14)

#2. Talking of his approaching death, Paul says that living provides opportunities to do Christ's work, but to die is what? (Philippians 1:20-22)

#3. Paul says that, because of Jesus' greatness, every knee shall bow to His name. In which three places will this happen? (Philippians 2:5-11)

#4. Paul tells the Philippians that he is sending Epaphroditus back to them. He also hopes to send which one of his followers? (Philippians 2:19-22)

#5. Becoming a servant of Christ has cost Paul everything he has, but he does not mind. What does he say the things he lost are in comparison to knowing Christ? (Philippians 3:8-10)

#6. Paul wept for some Christians because, he says, their God is their what? (Philippians 3:18-20)

#7. A few Christians are named by Paul. Euodias, Syntyche and Clement. Paul says that their names are written in which book? (Philippians 4:1-4)

#8. The central theme of Paul's letter is happiness. Which word is used, in one form or another, 19 times to express this? (Philippians 4:4-7)

#9. Through Christ, Paul can do whatever God wants him to, whether he has plenty or little. Which two opposites does Paul give as an example? (Philippians 4:12-14)

#10. At the end of his letter, Paul again thanks the Philippians for their generous gifts. What does he say that God will give to them in return? (Philippians 4:18-20)

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