It’s a part of our nature to look out for ourselves first and to make our comfort and enjoyment number one. While we might aspire to be known for helping others and putting others before our needs, many times we find ourselves helping in ways that ultimately benefit us. We wake up in the morning planning out how we want our day to go, and often react negatively when something or someone gets in the way of that. So of course this aspect of our nature often causes problems with those around us. When two people with their own interests in mind are in proximity to each other, there are bound to be problems. In today’s message, we look at what the Bible has to say about how we should serve others and why we should serve others. By realigning our priorities to God’s, we can make strides to suppress our selfish tendencies and make a difference not only in our relationships, but in our world.



Philippians 2:2
Christ followers are called to love the church as if they were family.
Philippians 2:3
Philippians 2:4-5
Philippians 2:6-8
1 John 4:7-8
1 John 4:9-11
The more love you show others, the more love you feel yourself.