We have given serious and lengthy consideration to the first two verses of Romans 12. They contain Paul’s urgent appeal for each of us to present our bodies (radical consecration) and to renew our minds (radical transformation) so that we might know what it means to live out “the will of God.” We learned that in doing so, we come to realize just how “good and acceptable and perfect” God’s will is. Now, we’ll discover some of the foundational benefits of a “renewed mind.” We will see that it enables us to have a correct view of ourselves, a correct understanding of fellow believers, and a correct appreciation of our spiritual gifts. Thinking correctly about these three subjects is crucial as we commit to a life of serving others.
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