Sermon Series
  • 1. Introduction

    Contributed on Jul 22, 2002
    based on 101 ratings

    Introduction to the book of Philemon; examining the writer, recipient and reason for writing.

    INTRODUCTION TO THE BOOK OF PHILEMON Lessons of forgiveness from the life of Philemon INTRODUCTION The Background: · A young man – who will remain nameless o Grew up in a household where he was well taken care of. All of his needs were met. o He was encouraged to become a doctor or maybe more

  • 2. Insight Into A Forgiver's Heart

    Contributed on Jul 22, 2002
    based on 42 ratings

    Sermon explores in depth Philemon 4-7; the character of Philemon - a foriver. Noteably 1)his faith in Christ 2.)his unconditional love 3.) his demonstrable fellowship 4.) his refreshment of others

    INSIGHT INTO A FORGIVER’S HEART (Philemon 4-7) I. Introduction A few years ago I was deeply hurt by a fellow believer (Bob) · I was slandered · Lied to · Eventually lost my job largely due to this one man. For 6 months after the event, the effects of the intensity of that situation more

  • 3. Standing In The Gap

    Contributed on Jul 22, 2002
    based on 24 ratings

    In Philemon 8-16, Paul demonstrates four principals of biblical mediation so that you can be equipped to reconcile two estranged believers 1. Appeal out of Love (v.8-9) 2. Acknowledge the Positive Changes (v.10-11) 3. Advocate Reconciliation (v.12-14

    Standing in the Gap The Ministry of Mediation (Reconcilliation) Have you ever found yourself “standing in the gap”? No, not the store. A different gap – one that separates two believers. Two Christians (relatives, friends, co-workers, or maybe even co-laborers in Christ) who have set more

  • 4. Charge That To My Account

    Contributed on Aug 5, 2002
    based on 148 ratings

    In Philemon 17-19, we will see how we are like Onesimus in 3 ways so that we will supremely value our salvation in Christ. We have 1.) An Undeserved Substitute (v. 17) 2.) An Unpayable Debt (v.18) 3.) An Unbelievable Payment (v.19)

    CHARGE THAT TO MY ACCOUNT (Philemon 17-19) INTRODUCITON: Many of you have asked why I left my last church. I thought I would take some time this morning to briefly explain those circumstances… I was not getting along with our worship leader. And our issues with one another were beginning more