4 ways to participate in the Gospel. Paul felt so connected with the Philippians, as if they were one body. So too should we, with our brothers and sisters, including our sent ones from whom we are often separated.
In the first chapter of Philippians, Paul makes some connections that might just freak us out. All 4 of these points of fellowship are a bit extreme.
As you know I am attempting to digest the letter of Phillipians. Here are 4 of the many, varied practices that I am using along the way.
I met with a mentor this morning to discuss Philippians together and God's specific calling us. We are working through it by internalizing the letter. He pointed out something significant that I totally missed.
This is the second course of our Phillipians meal. Enough with the food metaphors, right? Here are 4 externally focusing points of prayer I have overlooked in the first 4 verses of Phillipians 1, specifically in my prayers.
I'm currently working through Phillipians. My goal is to digest the book. I mean to really chew it up and be totally involved in the process. Sounds gross but it's essential for spiritual growth.
Here are 3 ways to help us avoid an unhealthy confrontational approach while still joining the conversation:
Tired of hearing stories where the narrator is the hero? Tired of tailgate meetings or water cooler chats consisting of the weekends' greatest exploits. It may just be that problem is on our side, Christians.
How do our decisions affect the future - the forever future? How have they shaped us today? And where did they ever come from?
We've talked about how ever area should bespent unto God for His glory. What is there method payment? Rest assured; it will be spent. We might not think of time as currency; but we should.