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July 18, 2021

Citizens of Heaven

Passage: Philippians 1:27-30
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When we find ourselves in difficult circumstances, it is easier to surrender to cynicism than to fight for joy.  As humans, we tend to allow negativity to be the first thoughts in our head and direct our path during tough times. In the bible, Paul recognized this fact and wrote to the church in Philippi to live out lives that are obedient to God and uplift one another through encouragement. Join us as we journey through the book of Philippians and study Paul’s letter to the church in our Summer Teaching Series Priority Mail.

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Study Quesitons

1) As you think about conducting yourself in a manner worthy of the gospel, is there something God is asking you to let go of?
2) Is there someone you have been trying to stand together with who presents a bit of a challenge? Try praying for that person.
3) Think about yourself as a citizen of the Kingdom. Are you using your gifts to build our Kingdom community? Pray about how you might plug in if you have not already, and consider reaching out to church staff about ministry opportunities to maximize your citizenship.
Scripture to study: Philippians 1:27-30

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