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What do I lose if I become a Christian (Philippians 3:8-12)

What do I lose if I become a Christian (Philippians 3:8-12)

Update: 2021-08-27
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The number one reason people do not become Christians is the fear of what they will lose. I remember going through that calculation myself when the Lord was calling me to Christ in my early twenties. “But I’ll lose my job, my friends, my reputation, and my Sundays. Above all, I’ll lose my sins, my sinful pleasures and habits.” No matter how many times I tried to add it up, and get a different answer, it always came out the same: too much to lose and too little to gain. So, I resisted and resisted. 

Thankfully, God helped me recalculate my losses, just as he did with the Apostle Paul. Paul puts this better than I can in Philippians 3:8-11, so let’s see his working on the problem of “What will I lose if I become a Christian?”

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What do I lose if I become a Christian (Philippians 3:8-12)

What do I lose if I become a Christian (Philippians 3:8-12)

David Murray