Philippians 31 In conclusion, my Brothers, all joy be yours in your union with the Lord. To repeat what I have already written does not weary me, and is the safe course for you. 2 Beware of those 'dogs'!Beware of those mischievous workers! Beware of the men who mutilate themselves! 3 For it is we who are the circumcised--we whose worship is prompted by the Spirit of God, who exult in Christ Jesus, and who do not rely upon external privileges; 4 Though I, if any man, have cause to rely even upon them. If any one thinks he can rely upon external privileges, far more can I! 5 I was circumcised when eight days old; I am an Israelite by race, and of the tribe of Benjamin; I am a Hebrew, and the child of Hebrews. As to the Law, I was a Pharisee; 6 As to zeal, I was a persecutor of the Church; as to such righteousness as is due to Law, I proved myself blameless. 7 But all the things which I once held to be gains I have now, for the Christ's sake, come to count as loss. 8 More than that, I count everything as loss, for the sake of the exceeding value of the knowledge of Christ Jesus my Lord. And for his sake I have lost everything, and count it as refuse, if I may but gain Christ and be found in union with him; 9 Any righteousness that I have being, not the righteousness that results from Law, but the righteousness which comes through faith in Christ--the righteousness which is derived from God and is founded on faith. 10 Then indeed I shall know Christ, and the power of his resurrection, and all that it means to share his sufferings, 11 In the hope that, if I become like him in death, I may possibly attain to the resurrection from the dead. 12 Not that I have already laid hold of it, or that I am already made perfect. But I press on, in the hope of actually laying hold of that for which indeed I was laid hold of by Christ Jesus. 13 For I, Brothers, do not regard myself as having yet laid hold of it. But this one thing I do--forgetting what lies behind, and straining every nerve for that which lies in front, 14 I press on to the goal, to gain the prize of that heavenward Call which God gave me through Christ Jesus. 15 Let all of us, then, whose faith is mature, think thus. Then, if on any matter you think otherwise, God will make that also plain to you. 16 Only we are bound to order our lives by what we have already attained. 17 Brothers, unite in following my example, and fix your eyes on those who are living by the pattern which we have set you. 18 For there are many--of whom I have often told you, and now tell you even with tears--who are living in enmity to the cross of the Christ. 19 The end of such men is Ruin; for their appetites are their God, and they glory in their shame; their minds are given up to earthly things. 20 But the State of which we are citizens is in Heaven; and it is from Heaven that we are eagerly looking for a Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ, 21 Who, by the exercise of his power to bring everything into subjection to himself, will make this body that we have in our humiliation like to that body which he has in his Glory.
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