Redeemed husband, son, campus minister at Princeton, avid Seinfeld fan, and wannabe WWI buff.
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Be honest enough to believe Jesus is who he says is. But if we do, we don't have the right to be whoever we say we are. And that is freedom.
Paul's words on Christian households is organically connected to a broader exhortation, all of which is logically deduced from Eph. 1:9-10.
What distinguishes Christian joy from all others is not only its quality and quantity, but that it comes through suffering.
Jesus is the seed whose death produces fruit. Yet, our Pioneer's "hour" is the paradigm for the Church's "hour" (1 John 2:18-20)
Paul wants the Philippians to live as citizens worthy of the gospel through their union w/ Christ in fellowship-unity with one another.