Imitate Those Who Imitate Christ

Morning Service
Aug 27, 2023

The Christian life is not meant to be lived alone. Because we share a Savior, believers contribute to the building up of one another's faith. In his letter to the Philippians, Paul issues a call to imitation—not for the sake of flattery, but as a method of discipleship—while warning believers to be mindful of our influences. Our brothers and sisters in Christ are gifts from God, walking with us and reminding us that we belong to the Lord, are citizens of heaven, and one day will be transformed into the likeness of Jesus Christ.

Topics: Discipleship, Christian Living, Kingdom of God, Heaven

Philippians 3:17-21 Philippians 4:1


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