Tag Archives: Philippians 2:4

When Being Right Might Be Wrong

I was on a plane recently and picked up the in-flight magazine. Skimming through the pages, I happened across a large quote featured on a particular page. It was by a Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright, who said, “You got to be … Continue reading

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Committed to One Another

Last week in our Sunday morning service, the preacher suggested to us that the ideal congregation would be one where the members are just as committed to one another as they are to Jesus. That’s a radical thought, isn’t it? … Continue reading

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The Interests of Others

Let each of you look not only to his own interests, but also to the interests of others (Philippians 2:4). I’ll admit it. I’m a selfish person. I like comfort. I’m concerned with having my needs met. I don’t like … Continue reading

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