Category: Philippians (Page 1 of 3)

Philippians 4:21 – 23 | Saying Goodbye

Saying goodbye is never easy to do. Whether you’re saying goodbye to someone after spending a few days together or saying goodbye to someone who is being called to a different mission field after years of laboring in the gospel together or saying goodbye to your college age children or saying goodbye to your dying relative; saying goodbye is never easy.

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Philippians 3:4 – 9 | Superior

Anything you can do I can do better. These words from a popular song sum up the rat race we call life very well. From the moment we are born to the day we die we are thrust into a race against time with death for a finish line. We feel the pressure of death all around us; it motivates us to work harder, to accomplish more, to achieve success.

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