How to Make a Difference in Someone's Life (11 of 20) by Chuck McAlister
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Series: STRENGTH FOR THE JOURNEY: PHILIPPIANS
Dr. Chuck McAlister
(A) .... Series .... STRENGTH FOR THE JOURNEY.... study Philippians.
1- Bible says .... Neh. 8:10 "... the joy of the Lord is your strength."
2- Paul had strength for the journey .... because he knew the joy of the Lord.
a- Under house arrest .... chained to 2 Roman guards ... 24/7 .... waiting to appear before Caesar.
b- Paul's joy grew out of his personal relationship with Jesus .... which brought Paul: His Purpose In Life (Ch.1) .... and His Pattern For Life (Ch. 2)
c- Unity with other believers is a key ingredient in being fulfilled in life ....
.... 2 :1-4 -- You must be humble to have this unity.
.... 2:5-11 -- Jesus shows us how to be humble so that we can have a meaningful life.
.... 2:12-13 -- There are changes you and I must be willing to make so that we can grow more like Jesus .... Jesus empowers you to make that change.
3- Then you're supposed to help others change .... you become a change agent in others' lives. a- Applies to you .... if you supervise others at work.
b- If you're a parent or grandparent, helping your children or grandchildren grow .... if you're simply trying to win your neighbor to Jesus .... or lead a ministry in the church.
c- Or if you simply want to help people be better for having known you and been around you.
* Look at how you can make a difference in someone's life.
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(B) I've been in the ministry long enough now to start realizing a wonderful benefit .... (over 22 years) .... watching the fruit of changed lives as they have grown and are now touching others' lives.
* Making a difference in people's lives is what adds meaning to life .... Bringing people to Jesus and watching their lives blossom with His presence .... is what makes life count.
.... You can't push ...
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