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  1. I believe we have fellowship with Christ’s sufferings when we make efforts to crucify our flesh. This I believe is referring to the constant battle to feed the Spirit while starving the flesh in our thoughts, words and deeds.
    Thanks

  2. I study the Bible and the teachers of those more learned then I alot on the internet. This is one of the best written articles I have read. The information was worded perfectly in my opinion! Very informative and helpful. Thank you.

    In His love and service♥️✝️🙏

  3. Thank you. Wonderful teaching and a reminder that it’s all about Him – Jesus.
    He paid the ultimate sacrifice and we must never forget he done it for us as well as all mankind. He suffered and through our identification with Him, we must share. Thank you again

  4. I pulled a muscle in my shoulder today, it made me think of Jesus and how all his bones were out of joint when they crucified him, how my small trial.was nothing compared to his beautiful sacrifice, yes, I identified with his suffering and the result was worship!

    • in the fellowship of suffering all we have to do is to identify ourselves with Christ in all the suffering He did for us and once we do that it is equivalent to having fellowship with Him? Please explain how can it be?

  5. What a wonderful exposition on the fellowship of his suffering. Jesus spoke this to me and I needed to understand. This writing really pierced me. I came to realize I that I always think of Jesus in his deity but not in his humanity. Thank you so much for this posting.

  6. If there is a God of revelation, is also full of understand, I wanted to know the fellowship of his suffering. But I now know it better that I don’t need to suffer literally to think that is what it meant, what caught my attention was that i would not suffer what Jesus did not suffer. Thank n remain blessed!

  7. If there is a God of revelation, is also full of understand, I wanted to know what Paul meant by the fellowship of his suffering. But I now know it better that I don’t need to suffer literally to think that is what it meant, what caught my attention was that i would not suffer what Jesus did not suffer. Thank n remain blessed!

  8. This is beautifully written and explained and helped me better understand the fellowship of His suffering. I wanted to do a study on Philippians 3 but when I got to verse 10 I didn’t fully understand what that phrase meant. (In the past, I’d always skimmed over it and tried not to think about it too much, believing it meant I would have to suffer as Jesus did). But in my study I found that it was all about identifying with Him (being one with Him), and this confirmed it. And I especially loved your statement that “identification means we are inseparable.” This blessed me so much! Thank you and the Lord bless you!

  9. This is excellent. God has given you much insight. I just ran across your site, but I can’t find out anything about you. Does this information exist somewhere? Thank you.

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