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Tuesday, April 07, 2015

Christ's Conquest of the Self-Life: A Thematic Study of Philippians

Here is a link to a PowerPoint presentation from a message I shared at church some time ago. There are 23 slides, including a few illustrations. It is based on three of the key themes in the book of Philippians. I hope it is a blessing to you!

Christ's conquest of the believer's self-life is . . .
  1. Conditioned upon God's work in us
  2. Concentrated in God-ordained relationships
  3. Completed in union with Christ 

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