Philippians 2:5-12. No one thinks, "Slave the Great." We think Alexander the Great or Herod the Great. What I accomplish makes me something. But Jesus shows us that what makes us great is what we give up and how we serve.
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Phil 2:1-4. If we as a church, if Philippi as a church, want to see God’s kingdom expand among us, we have to swim like fish — E Pluribus unum — out of many, one.
And when we, the body of Christ, swim together in unity as though we were of one soul, we communicate to the world what the very nature of God’s kingdom is like.
Our God is a social God, in perfect unity and community as Father, Son and Holy Spirit. And this unified, communal God has created us to swim in His image — with one mind and purpose, individuals though we are. E pluribus unum — out of many, one.
I know the yearning to believe that what I'm doing matters and how easy it is to confuse that with the drive to be extraordinary. But to that, Paul says, "I want you to know, my dear brothers and sisters, that everything that has happened to me here has helped to spread the Good News."Read More