The theme of the Philippian letter is joy. Paul believes that a relationship with Christ is a pipeline of joy and it produces a life of rejoicing. Paul is writing at the end of his life in a Roman prison, yet it is the most joyful book of the New Testament. Paul teaches us that in whatever prison we find ourselves, we can learn to rejoice. In whatever discontenting circumstance we encounter, we can learn to be content. 

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