The three dots on either side of today’s memory verse suggest that it comes out of a greater context. I’d love to make the verses on either side part of your memory work this week, but since it won’t all fit on one slide, I had to trim it.
Paul opens the third chapter of his letter to the Philippians by pointing out all the reasons he has for putting confidence in himself.
His motivation for self-confidence could stem from who he was (“a Hebrew of Hebrews”) and also what he had done (“legalistic righteousness”).
It’s one thing to recite Paul’s words and testimony from memory.
It’s quite another to live it out.
This week I plan to blog about what it looks like to live it out.
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