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Rejoice - A Study of Philippians | In verses 12-18 Paul further elaborates on why he can rejoice, despite his imprisonment. The reason is because God is using Paul’s suffering to advance the gospel. In this section of Philippians, we are reminded of the incredible truth that God is bigger, and He can, and will, use man’s efforts to suppress the gospel to actually advance it. This is both a challenging and encouraging reminder that God uses the suffering and tough circumstances we endure to spread His Kingdom.
Rejoice - A Study of Philippians | Paul references the theme of joy sixteen times in his letter to the Philippians. This is remarkable considering he was imprisoned at the time he penned this letter. How do we, like Paul, find joy in the midst of trials and suffering? The answer is rooted in the gospel, a word Paul uses more often in this letter than any of his others. In this first sermon to our Philippians study we draw out 4 truths about the gospel from these opening verses.
If God is Sovereign || We are taught that God is sovereign but often we forget to live out life trusting in this truth. Understanding who God is and knowing that the scriptures we have are given to us by Him, encourages us to remember that he is sovereign and that we can trust him with our troubles and anxieties.
“Ten Words” Sermon Series || As we wrap up our Ten Words series we turn to the New Testament. The night before Jesus was crucified, during the last supper with His disciples, He declares a new commandment; to love one another as He has loved us. In this sermon we look at how this command summarizes the 10 commandments, and we look at how Christ fulfilled this command and how He is our example to follow.
“Ten Words” Sermon Series || As we have seen in this series, the negative actions are replaced by positive ones. The flip side of coveting is contentment. But how do we get to a place of contentment? In this sermon we look at three things: the effect of coveting, the safeguard against coveting, and the foundation of contentment.