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John Fletcher can be found at the Wesley Center Online as well. John Fletcher. Coke made nine visits to North America and was a strong proponent of Methodist missionary efforts worldwide. Google Books offers a free digitized version of Extracts of the Journals of the Rev. Preachers as well as his four-volume History of the Methodist Episcopal Church from its Origin in to the General Conference of Links to entries from journals Bangs kept while in Canada and in the United States may be found here.
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As an example, however, it may be viewed under two aspects. As the perfect exhibition of self-renunciation. The reality of the example to us. Elsewhere it is said that Christ in His meek endurance and self-sacrificing devotion left us an example. Those who shall reign with Christ must first suffer with Him. Pope, D. The apostle enforces the previous counsels to the cultivation of self-denying love by the argument strongest of all to the Christian heart, the example of the Lord Jesus.
The work of love seemed a greater thing than His retention of what was originally His own, and not an object of mere ambition. As a man He went down into the depths of humiliation. His obedience exhibits His obedience led Him to the death of the cross, a death All this was voluntary. In reward for His obedience He was crowned with glory and honour. This was done by the Father who in the economy of Redemption represents the majesty of the God head. This was done for the purpose of securing for Christ universal supremacy and homage. All this was out of love for you.
Imitate this love in its devotion, self-forgetfulness, humility. This comprehensive passage can be used for theological purposes only by accommodation. It is a practical exhortation rather than a theological disquisition. Paul is not arguing a doctrinal point, or rebutting an heresy. There is no evidence that the Philippians were unsound. It is simply the groundwork for a powerful appeal for the cultivation of a right spirit. You Philippians have been a great joy to me, but my joy is not quite full. Your unanimity is not perfect. That mind was condescending, unselfish, most loving. Some of you imagine yourselves too elevated to mingle with others.
But Christ, who was infinitely elevated, stooped to servitude and death. Let His mind, then, be in you, and nothing shall be done through strife and vain-glory. The highest should prove his highness by serving the lowly. Every feature in Christian character may be carried back to and examined in the light of the whole history of Christ.
The Christian is always representing or misrepresenting Christ. These delineations of Christ reveal the true method of rendering service to man. Human deliverance and progress will remain a theory only until men come to work on the method here stated. Great philanthropic programmes must begin at Bethlehem, and comprehend the mysteries of Calvary if they would ascend from Bethany to the heavens. To serve man Christ became man. So in serving others we must identify ourselves with them.
This identification with the race made Christ accessible to all classes. We too must go down.
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