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Brief Overview of Philemon - The Douay Rheims Catholic Bible
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Philemon is book number 18 of the New Testament
Philemon was a letter (Epistle) written by Saint Paul to a fellow Christian called Philemon
The Epistles were letters of instruction and doctrine by Peter, Paul, John and others to the early, newly established churches
Who was Philemon? Philemon was a noble citizen of Colossa
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Short Summary of Philemon - The Bible Stories of Philemon taken from the Scriptures
A short summary of the Bible Stories of Philemon taken from the Scriptures. An overview of the main events and Biblical characters found in Philemon together with the famous Bible Stories and brief summary of the Book of Philemon from the Douay Rheims Roman Catholic Bible
Philemon had a servant named Onesimus, who robbed him and fled to Rome, where he met St. Paul, who was then a
prisoner there the first time.
The apostle took compassion on Onesimus and received him with tenderness and converted him to the faith; for he was a Gentile before
St. Paul sends him back to his master with this Epistle in his favour: and though he beseeches Philemon to pardon him,
yet the Apostle writes with becoming dignity and authority
It contains instructions and points out the charity and humanity that masters should have for their servants.
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