What Does Philippians 4:13 Really Mean?

Glen Brann|Apr 6, 2020

Philippians 4:13 is one of the most well-known verses in the Bible, but it’s also one of the most misinterpreted. Do we really apply this verse the way Paul intended when he wrote it? Let’s take a look at the original context of this famous passage and see what he really meant.

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Glen Brann (@glenandstuff) is a co-founder of Bible & Stuff and a co-host of the Bible & Stuff podcast.

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