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Philippians
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Philippians makes clear that our stories are living expressions of Jesus' story. Knowing Jesus is a deeply personal and transformative encounter.
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Paul calls the Phillipians to imitate Jesus’ self-giving love.

Paul explains to the persecuted church at Philippi that living as a Christian means seeing our own story as a living expression of Jesus' story. Paul calls the people to imitate Jesus’ way of life, so that even in their suffering, they can find contentment and purpose through his example.

The Gospel in Poetry

In the book of Philippians, we read a series of short vignettes revolving around the Messiah Poem in Chapter 2. The poem retells the Gospel story and references Adam's rebellion from Genesis and the suffering servant in Isaiah.

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