Robert McLaughlin Bible Ministries
Understanding the implications of being called “my beloved brethren.” .
Sunday, March 18, 2001
1. The perspective of the supergrace life; (Phi 4: 1-7).
4. The final objective, surpassing grace; (PHI 4:20-21).
Hoste so that, Hoste, so then, therefore, wherefore, insomuch as.
It points to the result of how to live your life in light of chapter three.
Mou [my] adelphoi [brethren] ajgaphtoi [beloved] members of the royal family of God.
Regeneration, by which we are born again into the family of God, and the baptism of the Holy Spirit by which we become royalty.
Beloved brethren – used as a title for The Lord Jesus Christ and designed to make you conscious of the fact that you are a member of the royal family of God.
Agapetos means beloved in the strongest sense of the word.