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  1. Paul's comment in Galatians 4:12, is ,as we know, uses similar admonitions elsewhere. His method of teaching in other churches was, instruction by example. That was his most effective method and the timing was ideal. The Galatian believers had grown attached to Paul and they knew his love and care for them was reciprocal.

  2. So what do we do when we imitate Paul, who follows Christ? Paul outlined it so well in his instruction to Timothy, which applys to all Christians. "For physical training is of some value, but godliness (spiritual training) is of value in everything and in every way, since it holds promise for the present life and for the life to come....we have fixed our [confident] hope on the living God, who is the Savior of all people...."
    1 TIMOTHY 4:8‭,10. AMP. We are watched. Through Christ who strengthens us we can be imitated also, because we fix our eyes on Him, being confident that He is kept at our right hand. Psalms 16:8.

    • Ellen G. White stated that we should strive to emulate the character of Christ. When we do, with the help of the Holy Spirit other looking in will see Jesus.

  3. Thanks William, I find in life that I respond to stories and often remember them.
    Jesus was a story teller too. You challenged us when you asked if we had only one sentence to tell about Jesus - what would we say? and thankfully gave the answer and explanation.
    So I am aware that folks are watching me too and try to be a witness to Jesus in my daily life, and I also, ask for the Holy Spirit to dwell within me daily.
    Godbless today, Mrs A Stolz


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