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Getting Your Priorities Right

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Are our priorities focused on the right things? Are we spending time pressing on towards Christ or worldly things? As the apostle Paul shows us we can only receive the prize, the resurrection from the dead if we earnestly press on towards Christ.

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The Bible Exposition Commentary Chapter Nine: Living in the Future Tense (Philippians 3:17–21)

The spiritually minded believer is not attracted by the “things” of this world. He makes his decisions on the basis of eternal values and not the passing fads of society.

The spiritually minded believer is not attracted by the “things” of this world. He makes his decisions on the basis of eternal values and not the passing fads of society.

The Bible Exposition Commentary Chapter Nine: Living in the Future Tense (Philippians 3:17–21)

The spiritually minded believer is not attracted by the “things” of this world. He makes his decisions on the basis of eternal values and not the passing fads of society.

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The Bible Exposition Commentary Chapter Nine: Living in the Future Tense (Philippians 3:17–21)

The spiritually minded believer is not attracted by the “things” of this world. He makes his decisions on the basis of eternal values and not the passing fads of society.

A Commentary on the Holy Scriptures: Philippians 1. The Disposition of These Teachers in Contrast with that of the Apostle

(1) The Apostle warns his readers against the disposition of these false teachers, especially their pride (2–7); points out plainly the opposition between righteousness which is of the law and that which is of faith (8–11);

The Spiritually minded believer is not attracted by the “things” of this world. He makes his decisions on the basis of eternal values and not on passing fads of society.

Priorities can either be Christ centered or worldly centered. As believers our priorities must always be Christ centered.

Pressing on towards Christ.

Imitate those who are Christ-centered, not worldly-centered.

The Spiritually minded believer is not attracted by the “things” of this world. He makes his decisions on the basis of eternal values and not on passing fads of society.

Be heavenly-minded.

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