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The Bible is rich with imagery. I believe one of the keys to successful Bible study is taking a moment to visualize the message. Often the Biblical authors use words that paint memorable pictures.
With that in mind, I like to illustrate Bible passages in the form of hand-drawn, 2-minute videos.
Visualizing Philippians 2
I recently created a video of Philippians 2. This chapter uses a lot of vertical language. Early in the chapter you see concepts like selfish ambition and conceit (Phil 2:3). Those words give the impression of trying to climb higher, stand above, and dominate over. But Paul counters all that with the example of Jesus, who lowered himself.
Here’s the video:
In your relationships are you trying to elevate yourself or lower yourself?
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