Philippians - Chapter 2
7 But he emptied himself, taking the form of a slave, becoming as human beings are; and being in every way like a human being,
9 And for this God raised him high, and gave him the name which is above all other names;
12 So, my dear friends, you have always been obedient; your obedience must not be limited to times when I am present. Now that I am absent it must be more in evidence, so work out your salvation in fear and trembling.
17 Indeed, even if my blood has to be poured as a libation over your sacrifice and the offering of your faith, then I shall be glad and join in your rejoicing-
21 they all want to work for themselves, not for Jesus Christ.
22 But you know what sort of person he has proved himself, working with me for the sake of the gospel like a son with his father.
24 but I am confident in the Lord that I shall come myself, too, before long.
27 Indeed he was seriously ill and nearly died; but God took pity on him -- and not only on him but also on me, to spare me one grief on top of another.
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