Sermon Series
  • 1. Philippians Part 6-7

    Contributed on Jun 1, 2021
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    An in-depth study on the book of Philippians

    Philippians Part 6, Chapter 1:9-18 I. Love (v. 9-10) A. With knowledge to discern right and wrong. Their love was to grow in knowledge and sensitive perception so that they would be more and more able to distinguish between right and wrong. (WB pg 18) B. Without offense—love other people ...read more

  • 2. Philippians Part 8-9

    Contributed on Jun 1, 2021
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    An in-depth study on the book of Philippians

    Philippians Part 8, Chapter 1:27-2:2 I. Conversation—walk, not our talk! (v. 27) A. Paul uses politeuesthai –signifies condition of life, of a citizen; citizenship. B. In Philippians 1:27-2:4, Paul exhorted his readers to unity, steadfastness, and humility. The Philippians were to live ...read more

  • 3. Philippians Part 10

    Contributed on Jun 1, 2021
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    An in-depth study on the book of Philippians

    Philippians Part 10, Chapter 2:5-2:11 I. Purpose and Importance of Philippians (2:5-11) A. Purpose –Christ the example concern for others leaves no room for self-concern. 1. Satan said, “I will . . .” Isaiah 14 2. Satan, the created, desired to be the Creator. 3. Christ the Creator ...read more

  • 4. Philippians Part 11

    Contributed on Jun 1, 2021
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    An in-depth study on the book of Philippians

    Philippians Part 11, Chapter 2:12-2:15 I. Introduction (v. 2:12) A. Wherefore –resumes the appeals of unity and following the example of Christ. B. Beloved –maintaining connection of deep feelings. C. Obey—present or absent 1. Rely on God’s Spirit not Paul’s leadership. 2. Pressure on ...read more

  • 5. Philippians Parts 12 -14

    Contributed on Jun 1, 2021
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    An in-depth study on the book of Philippians

    Philippians Part 12, Chapter 2:16-2:18) I. Holding forth (v. 2:16) A. epechó (ep-ekh'-o) to hold fast, to hold toward, to stop Usage: (a) trans: I hold forth, (b) intrans: I mark, pay attention (heed), note; I delay, stay, wait. B. This translation seems correct, and the reference ...read more

  • 6. Philippians Parts 15-16

    Contributed on Jun 1, 2021
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    An in-depth study on the book of Philippians.

    Philippians Part 15, Chapter 3:4-3:12 I. Confidence in Flesh (v. 3:4-) A. Paul was a descendant of the tribe of Benjamin. Benjamin and Joseph were the sons of the favored wife Rachel. Paul was not of Ishmael (Abraham & Hagar) nor of Esau (Isaac & Rebekah). The first king, Saul, was ...read more

  • 7. Philippians Part 17

    Contributed on Jun 1, 2021
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    An in-depth study on the book of Philippians

    Philippians Part 17, Chapter 4:1-4:8 I. Introduction to Philippians (4:1) A. Beloved—27 agapétos (ag-ap-ay-tos') beloved Usage: loved, beloved, with two special applications: the Beloved, a title of the Messiah (Christ), as beloved beyond all others by the God who sent Him; of ...read more

  • 8. Philippians Part 18

    Contributed on Jun 1, 2021
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    An in-depth study on the book of Philippians

    Philippians Part 18, Chapter 4:9-4:23 I. Do what you have seen in me. (4:9) A. That is, what you have witnessed in me, and what you have learned of me, and what you have heard about me, practice yourselves. Paul refers them to his uniform conduct - to all that they had seen, and known, and ...read more

  • 9. Philippians Parts 1-4

    Contributed on Jun 1, 2021
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    An in-depth study on the book of Philippians

    Philippians Part 1 – The Man Paul I. Name A. Hebrew Saul—asked for B. Roman – Paul –little II. Birth and Early Life A. Jew—Benjamin (Philippians 3:5) B. Born in Tarsus—capital of Roman province of Cilicia (Acts 22:3) C. Pharisee’s son (Acts 23:6) D. Roman Citizenship – Inherited ...read more

  • 10. Philippians Part 5

    Contributed on Jun 1, 2021
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    An in-depth study on the book of Philippians

    Philippians Part 5, Chapter 1:1-8 I. Servants of Christ (v. 1) A. Doulos—slave, the servant’s will is consumed in the will of his master. (Spiros Zodhiates) Philippians were familiar with slaves. B. Implications of being a servant of Christ. (William Barclay pgs 9-10) 1. Absolute ...read more