Philippians Challenge - Week 5

Cheryl Brodersen, Angie Emma
October 30, 2020

Philippians 3:1-11 What is your ultimate objective in life? Paul’s objective was knowing Christ and making Him known—with joy! He warned us to beware of joy robbers who would promote legalism and confidence in the flesh rather than the freedom found in putting all our confidence in Jesus. Paul had every right to boast, but chose instead to lose those things that the world counted worthy so that he could personally know Christ and the Holy Spirit’s power in him. We were encouraged to make Jesus our “in” and our “all”!

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