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  • Paul’s Perspective On Adversity Series

    Contributed by David Taylor on Mar 6, 2014
     | 3,273 views

    Philippians - Manual of Joy Paul’s Perspective on Adversity

    Philippians - Manual of Joy Paul’s Perspective on Adversity 1:12-18a David Taylor We are working our way through the letter to the church at Philippi. One of the main themes is that joy is central to our lives when Christ is central in our lives. Joy is not a choice, not an attitude ...read more

  • Use Your Assets Series

    Contributed by Curry Pikkaart on Jun 16, 2015
     | 4,586 views

    With Jesus at the helm of his life's ship Paul had a bountiful supply of assets for living above his circumstances.

    “Living a Joy-full Life; Use Your Assets” Phil. 1:12-30 In Acts chapter 3 John and Peter are about to enter the temple courts when a crippled beggar asks them for money. Peter’s response is fabulous! “Silver or gold I do not have, but what I have I give you. In the name ...read more

  • "Joy: Against All Odds!" Series

    Contributed by Rick Finitzer on Jul 19, 2015
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     | 5,457 views

    Biblical joy comes from a heart yielded to God and the Holy Spirit understanding the One who rules our life loves and cares for us deeply using whatever we are going through to either perfect the image of Christ in us or to bring Himself glory!

    Cornerstone Church 7.19.15 “JOY: AGAINST ALL ODDS” Philippians 1:12-30 Last week we began our look at the ...read more

  • The Prisoner Of The Lord

    Contributed by Victor Ramlall on Dec 31, 2012
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     | 9,911 views

    In lockup we may become useless to society, ineffective and unable to make a contribution but God is remolding and refashioning us into something different.

    Have you ever prayed "Lord make me more like Jesus?" Have you ever thought of the significance and ramification of such a prayer? Are you ready to take the journey that the answer to such a prayer will take you on? THE PRISONER OF THE LORD: PAUL Paul wrote the letters to the Colossians, ...read more

  • Joy To The World - A Study Of Philippians- Part 1 "Joy In Others" Series

    Contributed by Randy Edwards on Nov 29, 2016
     | 7,215 views

    Part on of our study of Joy though the words of Paul to the church at Philippi

    Joy to the world Part 1 Philippians 1:1-11 As we begin nearing the celebration of the birth of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ The word Joy Becomes a common word The rest of the year It may only be mentioned outside of church When you are trying to decide if you feel like a nut ...read more

  • Having Joy In The Hard Things Series

    Contributed by Patrick O'loughlin on Jul 16, 2017
     | 7,253 views

    Philippians is a manual on living in joy. Here is how we live with joy in the hard things.

    Text: Philippians 1:12-18 Title: Having Joy in the hard things Introduction: We have been looking this month at the book of Philippians. One of the major themes in the book of Philippians is joy. The words “joy” or “rejoice” are to be found in all four chapters of the book. ( 1:4,18, 25,26 ...read more

  • Making Something Good From Something Bad Series

    Contributed by David Owens on Oct 30, 2017
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     | 11,933 views

    We learn from Paul's experience with his Roman imprisonment that God can use bad things that happen to us for good.

    Introduction: A. Today, we are continuing in our sermon series on Paul’s letter to the Philippians called “Joy for the Journey.” 1. I want us to continue to understand how attitude makes a difference in whether or not we experience joy for the journey. 2. But by attitude, I don’t mean a foolish ...read more

  • Are You Living, Or Are You Dying? Series

    Contributed by Nickolas Kooi on Oct 1, 2017
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     | 6,994 views

    My dorm mate used to say, "Are you living, or are you dying?" His saying brings up a point. What is living? As Paul sits in a dark, dank, depressing prison cell, he gives us and the Philippians an answer.

    Are you living, or are you dying? One of my dormmates, Josh, would tell me that all the time. He would say that to encourage me to get out of my room, to stop studying, and to go have some fun, which, in his definition, would be living. Then what is dying? Well, that is what I was doing, and ...read more

  • What To Do When Stuff Happens

    Contributed by Stephen E. Trail on Oct 2, 2017
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     | 8,962 views

    How to cope when things go wrong.

    "What to Do When Stuff Happens" Philippians 1:12-19 Introduction: How many of you know that "stuff happens" in life? Most reasonable thinking folks understand that things happen in life; difficult things, unexplainable things, unimaginable things, stuff that just happens. Now there are all kinds ...read more

  • The Priority Of The Gospel Series

    Contributed by Gordon Curley on Mar 10, 2019
     | 4,066 views

    The Priority of the Gospel - Philippians chapter 1 verses 12-26 - sermon by Gordon Curley - PowerPoint slides to accompany this talk are available on request – email: gcurley@gcurley.info

    SERMON OUTLINE: (1). Confident, even though a victim (vs 12-14) (2). Joyful, in spite of others (vs 15-18) (3). Hopeful, regardless of uncertainties (vs 19-20) (4). Contented, because Christ was central (vs 21) SERMON BODY Ill: • He was born in Italy of humble parents and is said to have trained ...read more

  • How Will You Finish?

    Contributed by Barry O Johnson on Oct 13, 2018
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     | 20,378 views

    When we accept Jesus as Lord there is an excitement. We want to save the world. But over time the world beats so many of us into silence. This message is about how the Apostle Paul refused to let circumstances keep him from finishing his race.

    The book of Philippians – The Back Story Roman Prison: The Tullianum (Keep) When we read scripture sometimes knowing the circumstances from which they were written can paint what we read in a totally different light. Paul’s letter to the Philippians is an excellent example of this. It’s common ...read more

  • Hope In Uncertainty Series

    Contributed by Mary Erickson on Mar 28, 2019
     | 4,715 views

    God's promises give us hope for the future

    March 27, 2019 Hope Lutheran Church Lenten Service Psalm 42; Philippians 1:12-26 Hope in Uncertainty Friends, may grace and peace be yours in abundance in the knowledge of God and Christ Jesus our Lord. A great temptation when reading a novel is to peek ahead to the end. Some books are more ...read more

  • The Church Is Prevailing

    Contributed by Scott Jensen on Mar 10, 2019
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     | 7,291 views

    With so many scandals inside the Church and attacks from outside the Church, we can sometimes wonder if the Church will survive. Jesus promises that His Church will prevail! And as it prevails, we prevail, too.

    Opening Remarks and Introduction In the past few years, Christian churches have been rocked by problems both inside and outside the church. In 2017, we saw a shooting at a church in Sutherland Springs, and recently a mega-church in town hit the news recently with one youth worker and some of ...read more

  • The Advance Of The Gospel Series

    Contributed by Freddy Fritz on Apr 13, 2019
    based on 3 ratings
     | 6,935 views

    Philippians 1:12-18 teaches us to put the advance of the gospel at the center of our ambitions.

    Scripture We are in a series of sermons on Paul’s letter to the Philippians that I am calling, “The Christian’s Contentment.” After the opening greeting of his letter to the Philippian Christians, Paul gave thanks to God for them, and then he prayed for them. He had planted the church in Philippi ...read more

  • Perspective

    Contributed by Steven Simala Grant on Sep 28, 2010
    based on 5 ratings
     | 9,928 views

    We must learn to see things as God sees them.

    Intro: How we see things in our lives and in our worlds is a lot more powerful and has a lot more impact on us than we might imagine. For example, if we see the world as existing to bring us pleasure and happiness, then when it doesn’t we get angry or frustrated or confused: “why is ...read more