“See You Later”

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Trust God in All Things

The first post in this devotional series covering the book of Philippians is Devoted to Philippians.

… as soon as I see how things go with me; and I trust in the Lord that I myself also will be coming shortly. (Philippians 2:23-24)

As we’ve discovered, Paul isn’t really sure whether he will live or die. But, he’s an eternal optimist, so he hopes he will see the Philippians later.

I always try to say “see you later” when parting with someone, even if I don’t expect I ever will see them later. I do this because even if I don’t see them … in this life, I hope that I’ll see them again after this life! Even if the person isn’t a believer, I still say it.

And, while Paul didn’t use those words (he wrote in Greek), I get the sense that he is doing the same thing, and for the same reasons.

So, until my next post, “see you later!”

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Back to You

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