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A Confusing Passage 

 

Air Date: 5/22/21 - What defines the attitude of Christ, and how can you have the same mindset today?  Pastor Nat answers that question as he shares an encouraging passage from the book of Philippians.   

 

Back to the Bible Presents: Nat Crawford

 

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8 months ago
THANKYOUJESUS;AMEN!
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Didn’t Jesus use his Godly power to walk on water, heal the sick, calm the sea and raise the dead?
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8 months ago
Yes, He did. He was still God, and yet, he largely lay aside His divine powers to go through life as a humble servant.
8 months ago
I’m sure many were thankful for the Lords help when they asked at those times
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8 months ago
Thank You, God for dying on the cross for our sins!!!!
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Thank you God.
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5 Let this mind be in you which was also in Christ Jesus, 6 who, being in the form of God, did not consider it robbery to be equal with God, 7 but made Himself of no reputation, taking the form of a bondservant, and coming in the likeness of men. 8 And being found in appearance as a man, He humbled Himself and became obedient to the point of death, even the death of the cross. KJV

In His “emptying”, Jesus did not lose any of His divinity but rather a temporary setting aside or restricted use of His divine attributes. By stepping down from His heavenly throne, Jesus took the form of a servant in this world and experiencing the same limitations and sufferings we do

This passage speaks of the self-humiliation of Christ as He took upon Himself our likeness to come to earth to provide for us what we could not provide for ourselves. He left heaven's glory to be clothed in human flesh to be our Savior.

This is the reason that Jesus came to the earth: to save his people from their sins by his life, death and resurrection. His great purpose was to restore sinners to their God so that they may have eternal life forever with him.

Father each new day I and Praising You for refreshing Our Spirit,Hearts Souls Resting in You, Father how Thankful Great full I am for all You have done and continue to do in our lives through You daily, I Thank You for taking human form as Jesus Christ to give us life back through You alone, for reminding us that yes we can do all things through Christ who Strengthens us, for empting cleansing us of all the sin You knew we would commit, allowing Your blood to cleanse refresh us each new day, for Father Your Healing Presence is our Greatest Weapon, Great is Your Faithfulness the only Promise keeper in Jesus name Amen

Let us all remember to let Jesus shine bright within us to be a Blessing to each other.




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