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1, When Paul sent him back to Philemon, he commended him as one "who once was unprofitable to you, but now is profitable to you and to me" (1:11).
2, Philemon and Basilides are but two of the spirit guides that were in contact with Jung. The list of other guides also included one Salome.
3, To Philemon Paul writes, "Your love has given me great joy andencouragement, because you, brother, have refreshed the hearts of thesaints."
4, However, by stealing and running away from Philemon , Onesimus had both broken Roman law and cheated his master.
5, You get to Philemon as the last of the thirteen letters of Paul, and it's of course very short,one little page.
6, Philemon represented a force that was other than himself. much like a channeler in today's reality - they had conversations.
7, Philemon was a prominent Christian, probably a member of the church at Colossae and the owner of a slave named Onesimus.
8, To anyone else, Philemon might be perceived as a figment of Jung's imagination, or evidence of madness.
9, He felt that Philemon was a source of information that was legitimate - thus testing the validity of the information received.
10, He talks with Philemon as old friends talk: kindly but to the point.
11, Jung observed that Philemon and other figures of his fantasies brought home to crucial insights.
12, He asked Philemon to receive Onesimus back as a brother (v. 16).
13, Psychologically, Philemon represents superior insight to Jung.
14, Philemon must have been a special sort of person, a "kindred spirit" with whom Paul felt entirely comfortable.
15, Philemon 1 : 22 But withal prepare me also a lodging: for I trust that through your prayers I shall be given unto you.
16, Before he gets to the point, however, Paul prays for Philemon ; that prayer is the key verse.
17, Baucis:a peasant woman of Phrygia who together with her husband Philemon received with great hospitality Zeus and Hermes disguised as men.
18, Philemon 1 : 1 Paul, a prisoner of Jesus Christ, and Timothy our brother, unto Philemon our dearly beloved, and fellowlabourer.
19, Paul, a prisoner of Jesus Christ, and Timothy our brother, to Philemon ,(http://sentencedict.com/philemon.html) our dear helper in the faith.
20, He was an unfaithful servant when he fled from his master Philemon.
21, He loved Paul of Tarsus, liked St John, hated St James as much as he dared, and regarded with mixed feelings Timothy, Titus, and Philemon.
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