Caring for One Another (Philippians 2:19-30)

Context: Caring as Echoes of Christ (Philippians 2:1-11) Philippians 2:1-11 isn’t just exhorting us to be positionally humble, but that humility has a direction – it moves toward others. And it has an origin – Jesus. Our caring are echoes of Christ. Key Idea – We echo the mind of Christ in counting others more significant than ourselves by our care for one another. I. Genuine Concern for Others Two ways we can begin to practice genuine concern for others: 1. Move Toward Christ 2. Move Toward Others Be interested in the seemingly mundane details......

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Giving and Receiving (Philippians 4:14-23)

Four Reasons Why We Should Be Generous: We should be generous to bear the burdens of gospel partners (vv. 14-16) We should be generous as an act of worship and the outworking of the gospel in our lives (vv. 17-18) We should be generous because of the God who supplies (vv. 19-20) We should be generous because it can bear gospel fruit (vv. 21-23)...

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Complete Contentment in Christ (Philippians 4:10-13)

Key Idea: When we live for God and the gospel, we can give up worldly comfort and be content in any circumstance because we have everything we need in Christ. When we live for God and the gospel, we can give up worldly comfort. When we live for God and the gospel, we can be content in any circumstance. When we live for God and the gospel, we have everything we need in Christ....

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Surpassing Peace (Philippians 4:2-9)

The Peace of God in Our Relationships (vv. 2-3) We shouldn’t be surprised by the presence of conflict with one another. Move towards others humbly and helpfully. Aim for gospel affection. The Peace of God in Our Circumstances (vv. 4-7) How we relate to others How we relate to God The God of Peace in Our Thinking (vv. 8-9) “think about these things” (v. 8) “practice these things” (v. 9)...

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