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Paul continues to wrap up his letter to the Philippians.  After spending much of the letter discussing the role of the Gospel in their lives, he is giving them practical steps in how to live our their faith. There are many things that we can think of and dwell on.  We have many distractions in our lives.   No matter what we encounter, God has things that He wants us to think and meditate on   Paul goes through these in Philippians 4:8-9. Fina»
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So far, Paul hasn’t said much about his imprisonment and his expectations for the future. However, in this week’s passage, he gives an indication that he sees the end in sight. You can see his thoughts in 2 Timothy 4:6-7: Earlier in the letter, Paul mentioned that he is in prison, something Timothy was surely aware of (2 Timothy 1:8, 12, 16, and 2:9). However, here he indicates that he feels his time on earth is about over. He must make sure»
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1 John 1:9 If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just and will forgive us our sins and purify us from all unrighteousness. I am reading an interesting book called The Presidents Club, that tells how living presidents interact with one another. Some faced each other in elections where cutting personal accusations were made. Some ran against the record of the past president, blaming him for policies that almost ruined the country. Some unders»