Philippians 4:21-23
Phil 4:21 (KJB)
Salute every saint in Christ Jesus. The brethren which are with me greet you.
Salute - Greet
Here Paul is ending his greetings to the Christians at Philippi and he wants his greeting extended to every believer there. The word “Saint” means those who are born again in the Lord Jesus Christ and have been made “holy or sanctified” by that salvation. Those who were with Paul at this time had also sent their greetings to the Philippian church. He probably had in mind those who were ministering with him in Rome such as Timothy or Demas.
Phil 4:22 (KJB)
All the saints salute you, chiefly they that are of Caesar's household.
Chiefly - Especially or particularly
Paul is probably sending a general greeting on behalf of all the Christians he met while he was in prison in Rome. It is interesting to note that right under the nose of Nero, who ruled from 54-68 A.D., that many people were becoming saved right in the palace. We had previously read that the palace guard had heard the Gospel and no doubt many became saved, so Paul’s ministry was reaching right into the palace of Emperor Nero.
Phil 4:23 (KJB)
The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you all. Amen.
In many of Paul’s writings he ends up with a mention of God’s grace. Probably because of the grace bestowed upon him when he knew that he should have been a recipient of the wrath of God. He wishes the blessings of grace in Christ to be upon all the Saints and for the unsaved, that they would receive Christ as savior and be under grace.