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<< Philippians 2:19   Philippians 2:21 >>


Philippians 2:19-20

Paul knew Timothy would regard the Philippians' interests with the same sincere tenderness and patient concern as Paul would if he were there.

Timothy followed Paul's example, Paul followed Christ's example, and Christ was One with the Father in His example. An unbroken chain of patience appears, beginning with the Father, continuing through His agent, Christ Jesus, then to His agent, the apostle Paul, and finally to his agent, Timothy. How are we doing in continuing the chain unbroken in our relationships with others?

John W. Ritenbaugh
The Fruit of the Spirit: Patience




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Philippians 2:12-15

 

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