How does our faith look if we are vulnerable & honest? How did Jesus embrace vulnerability? How does our vulnerability advance God’s Kingdom? Philippians 2:6-8 shows us that Christ took seven steps from the throne to the cross: emptied Himself, became a servant, became human, humbled Himself, chose vulnerability, was obedient, and died on a cross – to arise! These steps serve as actionable examples of how we can walk out our faith and endeavor to be more Christ-like. We see that in choosing vulnerability we become able to advance His Kingdom. To this end, we strive to emulate these seven steps, and in so doing, become equipped to step out in faith in ways that can sow seeds of gratitude, hope, kindness, patience, and faithfulness. Are we willing? Are we able? Perhaps not of our own effort, but we can indeed answer yes when we invite the person of the Holy Spirit to empower us to embrace the kind of vulnerability that Jesus exemplified.

     He existed in the form of God, yet he gave no thought to seizing equality with God as his supreme prize. Instead he emptied himself of his outward glory by reducing himself to the form of a lowly servant. He became human! He humbled himself and became vulnerable, choosing to be revealed as a man and was obedient.

Philippians 2:6-8

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