Salvation is individual. One save, one at a time. Jesus does not save collectively, but one individual who comes to Christ calling upon Him for salvation - Romans 10:9-13
Living a Christian life after salvation is the same. It is an individual journey one must walk, by and with, the presence and power given us by the strength of God's Holy Spirit - Col. 2:16
Have you made it a personal walk? Can you say that you are not ashamed of the Gospel of Christ as Paul did? Romans 1:16
He not only was not ashamed of the Gospel, but he was ready to preach it - Romans 1:15
He felt himself a debtor to all men to share the gospel of saving grace to them! Romans 1:14 He had crucified himself to the point that it was no longer his will but Jesus living through him Galatians 2:20-21
Being persecuted for the permanency of his mission, he literally sold out to Christ, cutting all else except in comparison to his serving the Lord.
Grieved over the lost condition of his brother, he went to extremes becoming all things to all men that he might win some.
In our text we read: "For to me to live is Christ." He did not say for others but for him. Do we harbor these devices of his? Can we say truthfully "For to me?" O wretched man that I am. I would to God that I could proclaim that so I am as interested in the lost souls around me. O God let me draw a circle, step into it, and cry out earnestly, begin a revival in that circle!