Philippians 2: 1-11 Analysis

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Philippians 2 :1-11 is one of many passages that Paul wrote to the the Philippians through his letters. There are several morals and principles included in these verses that are applicable to one’s life. Through this Biblical eisegesis, I will examine the beliefs that can be drawn out of Philippians 2 : 1-11,which lead to some examples of applications and the results of applying that same principles. One major moral principle from this passage is having a humble attitude like Christ. Humility plays an important role in understanding Paul’s message. Jesus exemplified humility in every aspects. Although He had equal status with god, He did not consider Himself to be equal with the Father. Instead, He took the form of a human and emptied Himself to serve. His greatness and humility can be seen through how He was obedient to the last minutes on earth. As humans, everyone should look up to Him and strive their best to have such humble attitude like Him. Moreover, Paul discussed unity in people. Using Jesus, the perfect…show more content…
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