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The One Anothers of the New Testament - Part 3
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** Again today, like last week, we will be enjoying three of the epistles penned by the apostle Paul. The first two are among those referred to as the prison epistles. That is they were written by Paul from Rome around 60-62 A.D., where he was under house arrest after his third missionary journey.
Please turn to Paul's letter to the Philippians, chapter 2 and we will begin our study for today.
Philippians 2:3-4 (Read passage)
V. 3 ** For some of you, this chapter has become a very close friend. You might even recall last time how we saw the greatest act of humility ever known to mankind. What was that?
** Here in verse 3 we not only learn the next "One Another" command but we also learn the secret to true humility. What is the next command regarding how we view one another?
** How many Christians are to do this?
** What two motives are we going to have to eliminate in order to be successful at this kind of genuine humility?
** How are they different?