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WitW: How to have a Mary Christmas plus part 3 of Understanding God's will

How to have a "Mary Christmas" plus part 3 of Understanding God's will.
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Another "throw back Thursday" Christmas favorite: What Luke 10:38-42 teaches us about how to have a "Mary" Christmas. http://www.wednesdayintheword.com/have-a-mary-christmas-lu…/

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WitW Update: Part 2 of Understanding God's Will - dealing with resentment; Isaiah Bible study resources; and how to take the bit out of gift-giving.

Ever struggle with coveting or resenting someone's else's gift? Here's help from the story of Miriam. Plus Isaiah bible study resources and how to take the bite out of gift-giving.
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#TBT: This 2015 article is one of my favorites. If Christmas gift-giving feels like an annual performance review that you fail each year, here are 5 resolutions you might want to consider adopting. http://www.wednesdayintheword.com/how-to-give-the-perfect-…/

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How do we deal with the fact that we serve and work in a local church where some people just seem to get a better deal than we do? Miriam had the same problem with her baby brother Moses. http://www.wednesdayintheword.com/godswill2/

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WitW New Series - Understanding God's Will plus 16 things to do while your Bible study is on break

Is your Bible study on break for the holidays? Wondering what to do to stay in the Word? Here's a new series on understanding God's will plus 16 ideas to keep you in the Word over the holidays and an updated primer for understanding Hebrew poetry.
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Is your Bible study on break for the holidays? Many studies end before Thanksgiving and don’t resume until January. What can you do over break to stay in the Word? Here are some good ideas. http://www.wednesdayintheword.com/studybreak/

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Paul concludes his letter wrapping him up major themes of embracing the gospel individually and striving toward unity around that common belief and thanking them for their support and partnership in proclaiming the gospel. http://www.wednesdayintheword.com/philippians10/

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What do you do when you try harder and still struggle with sin? That’s the question Paul answers in Philippians 3:12-31. Paul pauses to clarify what he means by perfection and the goal of the Christian life. http://www.wednesdayintheword.com/philippians9/

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With chapter 3 of Philippians, Paul begins a new but related topic. While his major concern is still that the Philippians sincerely embrace the gospel and so find eternal life, he now warns them against the false teaching of the Judaizers. While warning against legalism, Paul explains his view of his own “accomplishments” under the law. http://www.wednesdayintheword.com/philippians8/

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Paul concludes this first section of the body of the letter by again encouraging them to persevere in the faith and telling them of 3 ways he hopes to communicate with them. http://www.wednesdayintheword.com/philippians7/

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WitW News: New Bible Study Resources

I have new and/or updated Bible study resources pages for: 1&2 Thessalonians, 2 Peter, Nehemiah, Philippians and Romans. Plus resources pages are in progress for several other books, both Old and New Testament. Stay tuned!
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Philippians 2:12-13 is one of Paul's most famous statements and it's one we forget to place in the context of the letter. At first reading, it looks like Paul is highlighting a paradox of YOU work out your salvation because GOD is working in you. But in context, I think Paul is still concerned that the Philippians are living their lives in a manner worthy of the gospel (1:27) and are motivated to do so for the right reasons. http://www.wednesdayintheword.com/philippians6/

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Found this in my old notes: "20 minutes struggle better than an hour of fill in the blank"

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Paul encourages them to have the same attitude Jesus’ had be humbling himself and serving the needs of others. Although he had the rights and authority of God, Jesus voluntarily gave up those rights to become our servant and die on our behalf. He exhorts the Philippians to have that same attitude. www.wednesdayintheword.com/philippians5/

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