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They can’t/won’t/don’t hear what I want to say…

Sometimes we are not ready to hear--- Photo by Sandy Millar on Unsplash Are some not ready to hear you? Jesus faced this too. So instead, he said to friends: “I still have many things to tell you, but you can’t handle them now.---John 16:12 (The Message) Timing,...

All We Need is Likes—Philippians 4:1-5

Paul sets the pace for Liking and Loving and Healing and Lifting and Helping as he writes—“Make it as clear as you can to all that you meet that you’re on their side, working with them and not against them. Help them see that…MORE>>>

On Being Immigrants—Philippians 3:20-21 (#3 of 3)

Some feel stuck. “We, however, are citizens of heaven. We look forward to the Lord Jesus Christ coming from heaven as our Savior. Through his power to bring everything under his authority, he will…more>>>

Who Do You Imitate?—Philippians 3:17 (#1 of 3)

Who do you imitate? Most of us have imitated somebody along the way. Children imitate parents, siblings, and friends—for good or bad.
Sometimes we don’t know we’re imitating someone until we notice that we’re talking like them or acting like them. In this passage, the apostle, Paul, calls his readers to be…More>>>

Simple Churcher: Have you been apprehended?

Photo by Valery Tenevoy on Unsplash The answer is Yes; if you've said Yes to Jesus! Philippians 3:12 (AV) Not as though I had already attained, either were already perfect: but I follow after, if that I may apprehend that for which also I am apprehended of Christ...

Goodbye, Philippi

“Not members of the imperial family, but some connected with the imperial establishment. The term can apply to slaves and freedmen and even to the highest functionaries. Christianity has begun to undermine the throne of the Caesars. Some day a Christian will sit on this throne. The gospel works upward from the lower classes. It was so at Corinth and in Rome. It is true today. It is doubtful if Nero had yet…>>>More

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They can’t/won’t/don’t hear what I want to say…

Sometimes we are not ready to hear--- Photo by Sandy Millar on Unsplash Are some not ready to hear you? Jesus faced this too. So instead, he said to friends: “I still have many things to tell you, but you can’t handle them now.---John 16:12 (The Message) Timing,...

All We Need is Likes—Philippians 4:1-5

Paul sets the pace for Liking and Loving and Healing and Lifting and Helping as he writes—“Make it as clear as you can to all that you meet that you’re on their side, working with them and not against them. Help them see that…MORE>>>

On Being Immigrants—Philippians 3:20-21 (#3 of 3)

Some feel stuck. “We, however, are citizens of heaven. We look forward to the Lord Jesus Christ coming from heaven as our Savior. Through his power to bring everything under his authority, he will…more>>>

Who Do You Imitate?—Philippians 3:17 (#1 of 3)

Who do you imitate? Most of us have imitated somebody along the way. Children imitate parents, siblings, and friends—for good or bad.
Sometimes we don’t know we’re imitating someone until we notice that we’re talking like them or acting like them. In this passage, the apostle, Paul, calls his readers to be…More>>>

Simple Churcher: Have you been apprehended?

Photo by Valery Tenevoy on Unsplash The answer is Yes; if you've said Yes to Jesus! Philippians 3:12 (AV) Not as though I had already attained, either were already perfect: but I follow after, if that I may apprehend that for which also I am apprehended of Christ...

Goodbye, Philippi

“Not members of the imperial family, but some connected with the imperial establishment. The term can apply to slaves and freedmen and even to the highest functionaries. Christianity has begun to undermine the throne of the Caesars. Some day a Christian will sit on this throne. The gospel works upward from the lower classes. It was so at Corinth and in Rome. It is true today. It is doubtful if Nero had yet…>>>More