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Paul's example among the Thessalonian believers reveals a deep sharing of his life with them. He lived humbly while he cared for and guided them. His example is one we ought to follow in our lives with one another.
The church is a family, not an organization, and we need to learn what it means to live with, love, and care for our brothers and sisters in Christ.
What does conversion look like? In Ephesians, Paul describes conversion as an ongoing process of putting off the old self and putting on the new self, of leaving darkness behind and living into the light, and of responding to the gracious work of God.
While Jesus announced the giving of his body for the disciples, they argued among themselves about which of them would have the greatest legacy. Jesus taught them the greatest among them will not be the one with the greatest legacy. Rather, the greatest among them will be just like Jesus, the one who serves.
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