It seems the best place to find this is Philippians 2:1-11. Part of this passage is often called the "Christ Hymn", yet the whole passage gives us a picture of the Christ-like mind in practice. We can take note of several things that reflect a Christ-like mind in action from this passage with respect to its effects among the congregation of God's people:
- being of the same mind
- having the same love
- being in full accord
- of one mind
- no rivalry or competition
- counting others more significant than ourselves
- looking out for the interests of others
- servant lifestyle
- obedience to the Father's will
How do you see these effects of the Christ-like mind being lived out among your church family?
Next time, we will look at the process of developing the Christ-like mind. Stay tuned.