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Philippians 2:12


So then, my dear friends, just as you have always obeyed, not only in my presence but even more in my absence, continue working out your salvation with awe and reverence, 1 


Ezr 10:3; Ps 2:11; Ps 119:120; Pr 10:16; Pr 13:4; Isa 66:2,5; Mt 11:12,29; Lu 13:23,24; Joh 6:27-29; Ac 9:6; Ac 16:29; Ro 2:7; Ro 13:11-14; 1Co 2:3; 1Co 4:14; 1Co 9:20-23; 1Co 9:24-27; 1Co 15:58; 2Co 7:15; Ga 6:7-9; Eph 6:5; Php 1:5,27,29; Php 2:19; Php 3:13,14; Php 4:1; 1Th 1:3; 2Ti 2:10; Heb 4:1; Heb 4:11; Heb 6:10,11; Heb 12:1; Heb 12:28,29; 1Pe 2:11; 2Pe 1:5-10; 2Pe 3:18

NET © Notes

tn Grk “with fear and trembling.” The Greek words φόβος and τρόμος both imply fear in a negative sense (L&N 25.251 and 16.6 respectively) while the former can also refer to respect and awe for deity (L&N 53.59). Paul’s use of the terms in other contexts refers to “awe and reverence in the presence of God” (P. T. O’Brien, Philippians [NIGTC], 284; see discussion on 282-84). The translation “awe and reverence” was chosen to portray the attitude the believer should have toward God as they consider their behavior in light of God working through Jesus Christ (2:6-11) and in the believer’s life (2:13) to accomplish their salvation.

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