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Five Dynamics of the Corporate Spiritual Life – Part 2: Participation, Conformation, Transformation

We continue, now, looking through the lens of Philippians 3:10-11 to see how it further applies to the spiritual life of the Church. This series began with a look at the individual’s spiritual life in relation to this passage.  This … Continue reading

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Five Dynamics of the Corporate Spiritual Life – Part 1: Revelation and Impartation

In my last post, I discussed five dynamics of the spiritual life from Philippians 3:10-11 as they relate to the individual believer.  In this post (and the next), I’d like to look through this same lens and see how this … Continue reading

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Five Dynamics of the Spiritual Life

One of the most concise and yet comprehensive statements in Scripture describing the dynamics of the spiritual life is Philippians 3:10-11. It is arguably the apostle Paul’s most transparent expression of His inward spiritual passion and pursuit. It is also … Continue reading

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