3 thoughts on “Philippians 2:1-4

  1. Thank you for the reminder of Pauls words of how to constantly look at the condition and posture of our hearts. I know when I am burned out, over tired, or haven’t dealt with any lingering disappointment or pain, my heart can really be deceptive.
    I like the idea of hearing what our own personal red and yellow light behaviors are, and how they can look different for each of us.
    I am still trying to sometimes learn that my self care can feel selfish, but if I don’t take care of my heart, my actions for God can be in vain.
    Thanks Angela!

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  2. This resonates with me this morning. In addition to the great examples listed is another indication of vain conceit and selfish ambition. Am I truly engaged in a conversation, making eye contact and genuinely listening. A friend shared one memory he has of my father. He said my Dad always made him feel like the most important person in the world. Lord, help me to listen and love like that.

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  3. Thank you Angela. I especially like your “red flags” that you shared. I’ll use them to help me keep a check on my heart.

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