The Little Letter to Philemon

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The Little Letter to Philemon
An Interesting NEW post by our own John Romaine

John Kissinger [07/17/2015 6:50 AM]
Philemon is a political statement against the order of Rome, whereas Paul begins with the words “slave of Christ” while held captive in the Roman prison. Paul places Christ in a higher position than the Rome and relieves the roman emperor from the right to arrest or enslave any person who already belongs the Kingdom of God. Hence, the words of Paul are a manifest of the failure of Rome and the victory of Christ’s Kingdom!

Rickey Matthews [07/17/2015 8:09 AM]
What knd of bible is that I wont one.

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  • Reply September 27, 2018

    Varnel Watson

    Philemon is a political statement against the order of Rome, whereas Paul begins with the words “slave of Christ” while held captive in the Roman prison.

    Paul places Christ in a higher position than the Rome and relieves the roman emperor from the right to arrest or enslave any person who already belongs the Kingdom of God.

    Hence, the words of Paul are a manifest of the failure of Rome and the victory of Christ’s Kingdom!

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The Little Letter to Philemon
An Interesting NEW post by our own John Romaine

John Kissinger [07/17/2015 6:50 AM]
Philemon is a political statement against the order of Rome, whereas Paul begins with the words “slave of Christ” while held captive in the Roman prison. Paul places Christ in a higher position than the Rome and relieves the roman emperor from the right to arrest or enslave any person who already belongs the Kingdom of God. Hence, the words of Paul are a manifest of the failure of Rome and the victory of Christ’s Kingdom!

Rickey Matthews [07/17/2015 8:09 AM]
What knd of bible is that I wont one.

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