Sermon Series
  • 1. It's All In How You Look At It

    Contributed on May 25, 2004
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    Attitude that determines whether we have joy in our circumstances.

    Restoring the Joy Sermon # 2 It’s All In How You Look At It Philippians 1:12-20 In today’s message we note that it is attitude that determines whether we have joy in our circumstances. But by attitude we do not mean a ...read more

  • 2. "Joy Is Found In Living With The Proper Perspective!”

    Contributed on May 25, 2004
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    Third in series "Restoring the Joy" a study of Philippians. This message addresses that fact that Joy Can Be Found In Living With A Proper Perspective On The Eternal. On Our Citizenship On Hardships

    Restoring the Joy Sermon # 3 “Joy Is Found In Living With The Proper Perspective!” Philippians 1:21-30 You will remember that Paul’s letter to the church at Philippi was written while he was imprisoned, literally shackled to a guard ...read more

  • 3. "The Unity That Produces Joy.”

    Contributed on May 25, 2004
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    Mesage four in series on "Restoring the Joy" a study of Philippians. In this message on unity we examine its motivation, the means of attaining it and the model of Christ.

    Restoring the Joy Sermon # 4 “The Unity that Produces Joy.” Philippians 2:1-11 Over the last few weeks in our series “Restoring the Joy” we have seen how circumstances may cause us to lose our joy but and that in reality it ...read more

  • 4. "Joy Is Found In Keeping Your Balance.”

    Contributed on May 25, 2004
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    Fifth in a series on "Restoring the Joy" a study of Philippians. In this message we discover that Joy is found in living a life of balance Balancing Purpose and Power Balancing Attitude and Action Balancing Seriousness and Joy.

    Restoring the Joy Sermon # 5 “Joy Is Found In Keeping Your Balance.” Philippians 2:12-18 One of the hardest things in life to attain is balance; to balance work and leisure, career with family, faith and day to day ...read more

  • 5. "Friends Help Us To Maintain Joy.”

    Contributed on Jun 25, 2004
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    Sixth in a series on "Restoring the Joy" a study on the book of Philippians. Paul reminds us the friends help in the difficulties of life, by telling of how Timothy and Epaphroditus were a blessing in his life.

    Restoring the Joy Sermon # 6 “Friends Help Us to Maintain Joy.” Philippians 2:19-30 “A youth minister was attending a Special Olympics meet where handicapped children competed with tremendous dedication and enthusiasm. One ...read more

  • 6. "Three Things We Must Do To Keep Our Joy”

    Contributed on Jun 25, 2004
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    Seventh in a series "Restoring the Joy" a study of Philippians. In this message we examine "Three Things We Must Do To Keep Our Joy!" - (1)Realize It Is Worth Safe-Guarding!(2)Beware Of Those Who Would Have Us To Rely On The Wrong Things.and (3)Understand

    Restoring the Joy Sermon # 7 “Three Things We Must Do To Keep Our Joy” Philippians 3:1-11 When life goes well for people who do not know the Lord they feel elated. When hard times come they sink into despair. But true ...read more

  • 7. "Joy Is Founding In Dealing With The Past”

    Contributed on Jun 25, 2004
    based on 37 ratings
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    Eighth in a series "Restoring the Joy" a study of Philippians - in this message we explore three principles necessary for joy (1)WE MUST LIVE WITH THE PAST (2)WE MUST LIVE IN THE PRESENT AND (3)WE MUST LIVE FOR THE FUTURE

    Restoring the Joy Sermon # 8 “JOY IS FOUNDING IN DEALING WITH THE PAST” Philippians 3:12-14 Since Paul met Christ on the road to Damascus he has had a new passion and a new purpose in his life which he has previously summed ...read more

  • 8. Joy Is Found In Remembering Our Citizenship

    Contributed on Jun 28, 2004
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    Ninth in the series "Restoring the Joy" - in this message we explore the "Joy Is Found In Remembering Our Citizenship" - (1) Because of the Assurance of our heavenly home (2) the anticipation of Our Lord’s return and (3) the Awaited transformation of Our

    “Restoring the Joy” Sermon # 9 “Joy Is Found in Remembering Our Citizenship” Philippians 3:20-21 I understand human nature enough to understand that some of you have had enough of being told that you need to have joy. All this ...read more

  • 9. Maintaining Joy In The Midst Of Disagreement

    Contributed on Jul 12, 2004
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    We can maintain joy in the midst of disagreement by remembering that (1) conflict happens even in good churches,(2) conflict has consequences and (3) Sometimes you need help in resolving a conflict.

    “Restoring the Joy” A Study of the Book of Philippians Lesson # 10 “Maintaining Joy in the Midst of Disagreement” Phil 4:1-4 “In the late l800s there were just two deacons in a small Baptist church in ...read more

  • 10. The Secret Of Contentment

    Contributed on Aug 5, 2004
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    In marked contrast with the widespread discontent of our world, the Apostle Paul spoke on the subject of contentment in his letter to the church at Philippi.

    Restoring the Joy A Study of the Book of Philippians Sermon # 12 “The Secret of Contentment” Philippians 4:10-15 “A Russian woman lived with her husband and two children in a very small hut. Her husband’s ...read more

  • 11. The Secret Of Joyful Giving

    Contributed on Aug 5, 2004
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    Most of us when we think about joy in connection with money, think about the joy that it will bring when we get it, but the greatest joy of money is when we give it away for a greater purpose.

    Restoring the Joy A Study of the Book of Philippians Sermon # 13 “The Secret of Joyful Giving” Philippians 4:10, 14-19 Today we are going to finish a series that we have been calling “Restoring the Joy.” ...read more