The Meaning of Christ’s Ascension
Aimee is away, and the boys are feeling empowered today, tossing out random thoughts from the dark recesses of their man cave.
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Basic information – four ideas
Paul’s letter to the Philippians begins with an expression of confidence. Paul’s confidence is ultimately in God. It was God who had begun a good work in the Philippians (Phil 1:6); and it was God’s grace that they had been partakers of, along with Paul (Phil 1:7). But when Paul looked at the spiritual fruit produced by God in the Philippian church, one thing stood out: the Philippians had been partners in the gospel, together with Paul.
(Rev. 1:17, 18)
Walking with God