The Truth About Philippians 4:13, Grace & Truth

July 3, 2020 |
Grace and Truth

I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me

Philippians 4:13 NKJV

Philippians 4:13 is a favorite Christian coffee mug verse. It’s also widely taken out of context and misunderstood. 

Confusion around misunderstood scripture kept me at arm’s length from God for many years. I used to think Philippians was the magic spell of Scripture. Just fold my hands, look to Heaven, call on His Holy name and…

 Bippidy-Bobbidy-Boo! All my dreams delivered!

Now I have a passion to share the truths I discover in Scripture, prayer, and from other Christian writers like Barbara Lee Harper. She enjoys “…encouraging others with what God has taught me along the way.”

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God taught her some valuable truths about Philippians 4:13 when she studied the verse in context. She shares her Stray Thoughts in the post “Philippians 4:13 is for Losers, Too.” 

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  • Thanks so much for featuring my post! I hope it’s a blessing to people.

  • Maree dee says:

    I love that verse. I can’t wait to head over to read more about it.

  • Lisa notes says:

    I appreciated Barbara’s take on this very popular verse. It’s used out of context more than in context, so it’s good to see it getting a fresh look.

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