Chapter 1
1 Paul and Timothy, slaves of Anointed Jesus, to all the holy ones in Anointed Jesus in Philippi, together with overseers and servers: 2 grace to you, and peace, from Placer our Father, and Master Jesus Anointed. 3 I am thanking my Placer on every remembrance of you, 4 always, in my every petition over all of you, making the petition with joy, 5 on your participation into the good message, from the first day until now, 6 having this same confidence, that the one undertaking a good work in you shall be consummating it until the day of Anointed Jesus, 7 down as it is just to me to be disposing this over all of you, because of you having me in your heart, both in my bonds and in the defense and confirmation of the good message, you all being joint participants with me of the grace. 8 For a testifier of me is the Placer, as I am longing for you all in bowels of Anointed Jesus. 9 And I am praying this, that rather and rather still, your love may be abounding in recognition and every sensing, 10 into, you to be proving the excelling things, that you may be sincere and non-stumbling into the day of Anointed, 11 having been filled full of fruit of righteousness, it being through Jesus Anointed, into glory and praise of Placer. 12 I am intending, yet, for you to be knowing, brothers, that the things down me have become rather into progress of the good message, 13 so, for my bonds in Anointed to become apparent in the whole pretorium and to all the rest. 14 And the majority of the brothers, having confidence in Master as to my bonds, are more abundantly daring to be fearlessly speaking the word, 15 some indeed also because of envy and strife. Yet some are proclaiming the Anointed because of delight also, 16 they indeed out of love, having perceived that I am lying here into defense of the good message. 17 The others, yet, are announcing the Anointed out of strife, not purely, surmising to be rousing constriction in my bonds. 18 For what it is however, is that Anointed is being announced, in every manner, whether in pretense, whether in truth, and in this I am rejoicing. But I also shall be rejoicing, 19 for I have perceived that this shall be eventuating into salvation to me, through your petition and a supply of the spirit of Jesus Anointed, 20 down my prospect and expectation that I shall not be shamed in anything, but in every boldness as always, now also, Anointed shall be magnified in my body, whether through life, whether through death. 21 For to me, to be living, is Anointed, and to be dying, gain. 22 Yet if to be living in flesh is to me fruit of work, what shall I be preferring? Am I not making it known? 23 Yet I am being pressed out of the two, having the desire into the breaking loose, and to be together with Anointed. For it rather is much better. 24 Yet to be remaining in the flesh is more necessary because of you. 25 And having this confidence, I have perceived that I shall be remaining, and shall be remaining with you all, into your progress and joy of the belief, 26 that your boast in Anointed Jesus may be abounding in me, through my presence again toward you. 27 Only, be citizens worthily of the good message of the Anointed, that whether coming and perceiving you, whether being absent, I may be hearing the things about you, that you are standing firm in one spirit, in one soul competing together in the belief of the good message, 28 and being not startled in anything under the ones opposing, which is a display of destruction to them, yet of salvation to you. And this is from Placer, 29 it being that, over Anointed, it is graced to you, not only to be believing into him, but also to be suffering over him, 30 having the same contest which you perceived in me, and are now hearing to be in me.
Chapter 2
1 If, then, there is any consolation in Anointed, any comfort of love, any participation of spirit, any bowels of compassion and pities, 2 fulfill my joy, that you may be disposing the same, having the same love, being joint souls disposing the one thing, 3 not one thing down strife or vainglory, but in the humility, deeming one another a superior of yourselves, 4 each noting not the things of yourselves, but the things of others. 5 Be disposing this among you, it also being in Anointed Jesus, 6 who inhering in a form of Placer, deems it not snatching to be things equal to Placer, 7 but he empties himself, getting a form of a slave, becoming in a likeness of humans. And being found in figure as a human, 8 he makes himself low, becoming obedient, unto death, yet a death of a pole. 9 Wherefore also, the Placer heightens him above, and graces to him the name above every name, 10 that in the name of Jesus, every knee may be bowing, of celestials and of terrestrials and of subterraneans, 11 and every tongue may be avowing that Jesus Anointed is Master, into glory of Placer Father. 12 So, my beloved, down as you always obey, not as in my presence only, but now much rather in my absence, with fear and trembling, be effecting the salvation of yourselves. 13 For Placer is the one operating in you, both the willing and the operating, over the delight. 14 Be doing all, apart from murmurings and reasonings, 15 that you may become blameless and unblended, offspring of Placer, flawless amidst a crooked and perverted generation, among whom you are appearing as luminaries in a world, 16 attending to a word of life, into a boast to me into the day of Anointed, that I did not run into emptiness, nor toil into emptiness. 17 But also, if I am being made a libation on the sacrifice and officiation of your belief, I am having joy, and I am having joy together with you all. 18 Yet you also, be having the same joy, and be having joy together with me! 19 I am expecting in Master Jesus, yet, to swiftly send Timothy to you, that my soul also may be having it well, knowing the things about you. 20 For I am having no one equal-souled, who shall be genuinely anxious for the things about you. 21 For the all are seeking the things of themselves, not the things of Jesus Anointed. 22 Yet you are knowing his approvedness, that he slaves together with me as an offspring with a father, into the good message. 23 I, then, am indeed expecting to send this one forthwith, as I may be perceiving to, from the things about me. 24 Yet I have confidence in Master, that I myself also shall swiftly be coming. 25 Yet I also deem it necessary to send toward you Epaphroditus, my brother and fellow worker and fellow soldier, yet your commissioner and official of my need, 26 since in fact, he was longing for you all, and being depressed because you hear that he is weak. 27 For he also is weak, nigh to death. But the Placer is merciful to him, yet to not only him, but me also, that I may not be having sorrow on sorrow. 28 I send him more diligently, then, that perceiving him again, you may be having joy, and I may be more unsorrowed. 29 Be toward receiving him in Master, then, with every joy. And be having such ones in honor, 30 it being that he nears unto death, because of the Anointed’s work, risking his soul, that he may be filling up your deficiency of the officiation toward me.
Chapter 3
1 The rest is, my brothers, be having joy in Master! To be writing the same things to you is indeed not slothful to me, yet it is a security to you. 2 Be looking out for the dogs. Be looking out for the evil workers. Be looking out for the maimcision. 3 For we are the circumcision, the ones offering divine service in spirit of Placer, and boasting in Anointed Jesus, and having no confidence in flesh. 4 And even I, am I also having confidence in flesh? If any other is seeming to have confidence in flesh, it is I rather, 5 being an eight day circumcision out of breed of Israel, of tribe Benjamin, a Hebrew out of Hebrews, down law, a Pharisee, 6 down zeal, persecuting the called out company, down the righteousness in law, becoming blameless. 7 But what things were gains to me, these I have deemed a forfeit, because of the Anointed. 8 But indeed, then, I am surely also deeming all to be a forfeit, because of the superiority of the knowledge of Anointed Jesus my Master, because of whom I was made to forfeit the all. And I am deeming it refuse, that I may be gaining Anointed, 9 and be found in him, having not my righteousness, the one out of law, but the one through belief of Anointed, the righteousness out of Placer, on his belief, 10 to know him, and the power of his resurrection, and the participation of his sufferings, being conformed to his death, 11 if it is how I may be situating into the rising out of dead ones, 12 not that I already got there or have already been consummated. Yet I am pursuing, if I may also be grasping that on which I also was grasped under Anointed Jesus. 13 Brothers, I am not reckoning myself to have grasped it, yet there is one thing, forgetting indeed the things behind, yet being stretched out to the things in front, 14 I am pursuing down a goal, into the prize of the Placer’s calling up in Anointed Jesus. 15 As many as are consummate, then, we may be disposing this. And if you are disposing any differently, the Placer also shall be revealing this to you. 16 However, into what we outstrip, we are to be observing the elements in the same. 17 Become fellow imitators of me, brothers, and be noting the ones walking thus, down as you are having us as a type. 18 For many are walking, of whom I said many times to you, yet now lamenting I am saying it, who are enemies of Anointed’s pole, 19 whose consummation is destruction, whose placer is their belly, and whose glory is in their shame, the ones disposing the terrestrial things. 20 For our citizenship is inhering in heavens, out of which also we are awaiting a Savior, Master Jesus Anointed, 21 who shall be transfiguring the body of our lowness, it being conformed to the body of his glory, down the operation enabling him to subject also the all to himself.
Chapter 4
1 So, my brothers beloved and longed for, a joy and wreath of me, be standing firm thus in Master, beloved. 2 I am entreating Euodia and Syntyche to be disposing the same in Master. 3 Yes, I am asking you also, genuine yokefellow, be getting together with these women who compete together with me in the good message, with Clement also, and the rest of my fellow workers whose names are in a scroll of life. 4 Be having joy in Master always. I shall be declaring again, be having joy! 5 Let your lenience be known to all humans; the Master is near. 6 Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, in the prayer and petition, with thanking, let your request effects be made known toward the Placer, 7 and the Placer’s peace, it being a superior of every mind, shall be garrisoning your hearts and your mind effects in Anointed Jesus. 8 The rest is, brothers, as much as is true, as much as is grave, as much as is just, as much as is pure, as much as is agreeable, as much as is well-averred, if there is any virtue, if any praise, be reckoning these things. 9 Things also which you learned and got and hear and perceived in me, be practicing these things, and the Placer of the peace shall be with you. 10 I was caused to have great joy in Master, yet, that your being disposed over me already blossomed at a time, on which you also were disposed. Yet you were unseasoned. 11 I am not saying it down deficiency. For I learned to be content in what things I am. 12 I have perceived being made low, and I have also perceived abounding. I have been initiated in everything and in all things, being both satisfied and hungering, both abounding and being deficient. 13 I am strong for all, in the one empowering me. 14 However, you do ideally, jointly participating in my constriction. 15 Yet, you Philippians have also perceived that in a beginning of the good message, when I came out from Macedonia, not one called out company participates with me into a word of giving and getting, except you only, 16 and that in Thessalonica also, both once and twice you send to me into the need. 17 It is not that I am seeking the gift, but I am seeking the fruit that is increasing into a word of you. 18 Yet I am having it all from you, and I am abounding. I have been filled full, receiving from Epaphroditus the things from you, an odor of fragrance, a receivable sacrifice, well-pleasing to the Placer. 19 My Placer, yet, shall be fulfilling your every need, down his riches in glory in Anointed Jesus. 20 The glory, yet, is to our Placer and Father, into the durations of the durations. Amen. 21 Greet every holy one in Anointed Jesus. The brothers together with me are greeting you. 22 All the holy ones are greeting you, especially the ones out of Caesar’s house. 23 The grace of the Master Jesus Anointed is with your spirit.