Philippians 2:5 - Let This Mind Be in You
Let this mind be in you, which was also inJesus.
– Philippians 2:5
Thoughts on Today’s Verse…
Do you want to be God’s intimate? Before that, we need to understand, develop a true burden for His requirements, and take His heart as our own, then we can be of one mind with God when serving Him and become His intimates.
Think back to those prophets throughout the ages. They suffered many hardships and refinements when spreading the, some of them were beaten to death, but they still kept spreading the gospel to the ends of the universe. After Jesus’ resurrection, He said to His disciples, “Go you into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature” (Mar 16:15). There are also other verses mentioning that spreading the gospel is Jesus’ will and He wants to save those who believe in Him. We preach God’s deeds to those who never hear so that they can accept God’s salvation. This is most in line with His will. God says, “You should do your own duty to the best of your ability with open and upright hearts, and be willing to do whatever it takes. As you have said, when the day comes, God will not mistreat anyone who has suffered or paid a price for Him. This kind of conviction is worth holding on to, and you should never forget it. … If you all can follow your conscience and give your all for Me, spare no effort for My work, and devote a lifetime of effort to My gospel work, then won’t My heart often jump for joy for you? Won’t I be able to entirely put My mind at ease regarding you? ” No matter situations, we worry God’s worries and think His thoughts, and show consideration toward His burdens, and devote a lifetime of effort. Only in this way can we have true love for God and become His intimates. There are still many of God’s admonishments. Outwardly, they are God’s requirements of mankind, but these are beneficial for mankind. We should be considerate of God’s will and preach the gospel to everyone.
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