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  • 02. Gozosos En Todo Series

    Contributed by David Fuchs on Aug 8, 2012

    La mayoría de la gente no disfruta de la vida. Simplemente la toleran, la aguantan y la soportan.

    Gozosos en todo Como Disfrutar Del Resto De Tu Vida - Parte 2 de 12 Filipenses 1:12-26 (NVI) “Hermanos, quiero que sepan que, en realidad, lo que me ha pasado ha contribuido al avance del evangelio. (13) Es más, se ha hecho evidente a toda la guardia del palacio y a todos los demás que more

  • A Powerful Display Of God's Plan Series

    Contributed by Billy Ricks on May 10, 2013

    Difficulties are not designed to destroy us. God's plan is to glorify Himself. Whether that includes suffering or success or significance is up to God. It is up to us as how we respond to what we face.

    Intro: When Trouble Strikes (Our Daily Bread) Dave Dravecky had pitched with remarkable success for the San Diego Padres and the San Francisco Giants baseball teams. But his pitching arm developed an unusual soreness. Medical tests identified the problem--cancer. Surgery and months of more

  • The Mission

    Contributed by Dr. Gale A. Ragan-Reid on Sep 30, 2013

    The Civil Rights struggle in the Mississippi Delta, in the 1960's.

    The Mission by Dr. Gale Ragan-Reid (9/30/2013) “For to me to live is Christ, and to die is gain” (Philippians 1:21, King James Version [The effects of Paul's bonds]. Greetings in the grace of Christ Jesus, Will you die for me? This powerful more

  • What Does A Mature Witness Look Like? Series

    Contributed by James Lee on Nov 21, 2013

    The maturity of a person can be seen by how well he/she handles the things that happen to them. The one thing that a believer must do is to learn to live above circumstances--to keep our witness for Christ strong and mature.

    Have you ever noticed how circumstances often throw people to the ground? The maturity of a person can be seen by how well he/she handles the things that happen to them. The one thing that a believer must do is to learn to live above circumstances--to keep our witness for Christ strong and more

  • Paul’s Perspective On Adversity Series

    Contributed by David Taylor on Mar 6, 2014

    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 more

  • Treasuring Christ Series

    Contributed by David Taylor on Mar 6, 2014

    Philippians - Manual of Joy Treasuring Christ

    Philippians - Manual of Joy Treasuring Christ Philipians 1:18b-26 David Taylor As we work through this letter, we are seeing that Paul sees all of life consumed and centered around Christ and the gospel. All of life is centered on, sustained by, and empowered by his relationship with more

  • Triumphant Joy #2: Servants And Saints Rejoicing In Suffering Series

    Contributed by Chris Jordan on Jul 21, 2013
    based on 4 ratings

    As Christians, we are servants and saints of the Lord Jesus Christ who can rejoice even though we go through intense suffering.

    TRIUMPHANT JOY #2: SERVANTS AND SAINTS REJOICING IN SUFFERING BACKGROUND TO THE LETTER OF PHILIPPIANS: Author & Date: The Apostle Paul in 61 AD Theme: Joy in Christ Occasion: Paul wrote Philippians during his first Roman imprisonment. THE BIG IDEA: As Christians, we are servants and more

  • The Marks Of Maturity

    Contributed by Nigel Heath on Mar 4, 2016

    Only when we can say, 'For me to live is Christ' can we truly say, 'to die is gain'. Spiritual maturity is the outcome of a life truly surrendered to Jesus Christ as Lord.

    INTRO Away back in the 1980’s when I began ministry at Abbeyhill Baptist Church a fellow Minister in the City was faced with a problem. A homeless person had turned up at church and the church did not know what to do with him. Rather than doing nothing this colleague who was the Pastor of more

  • What's So Great About God?

    Contributed by Rick Crandall on Dec 13, 2012

    What’s so great about God? 1. He gives delight from disaster (vs. 12-20). 2. He gives triumph from the tomb (vs. 21-23). 3. He gives a heart to help others (vs. 24-26).

    What’s So Great about God? Philippians 1:12-26 Sermon by Rick Crandall Grayson Baptist Church - August 5, 2012 *We say it in one of the first prayers we ever learn: “God is great.” -And He really is great! -We could talk about His greatness all night long. -And in these more

  • Christ Is Preached

    Contributed by Wayne Lawson on Oct 26, 2012
    based on 5 ratings

    A group wanted Paul to justify and help them pick and choose who they felt had Proper and Improper motives when it came to Preaching the Word of God. Paul redirected their focus and rejoiced that Christ is Preached, focus not on the motive but the Word

    TITLE: CHRIST IS PREACHED SCRIPTURE: PHILIPPIANS 1:15-18 (Main thought from Pastor Darrin Hunt 2006 sermon central message which I have expanded upon) I recall reading a story a few years ago, about an event that transpired the year I graduated High School, matter of fact, in 1979 – more

  • To Live Or To Die

    Contributed by Kent Wise on Nov 2, 2012
    based on 4 ratings

    Summary: When Christ is our Lord and Savior, life is found in living or dying. Philippians 1:18-30 September 18, 2011

      To Live or Die, That Is the Question Scripture Readings Psalms 105:1-7 “Oh give thanks to the LORD, call upon His name; Make known His deeds among the peoples. Sing to Him, sing praises to Him; Speak of all His wonders. Glory in His holy name; Let the heart of those who seek more

  • Triumphant Joy Defined Series

    Contributed by Derrick Strickland on Mar 19, 2016
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    What is "Triumphant Joy" ?

    INTRO: 1. The church at Philippi is apparently among Paul’s favorite churches. a. Paul’s ministry there started with a supernatural vision and saw God miraculously move in that area. b. Even after Paul had left them they supported him financially in his missionary more

  • Looking Ahead To 2017

    Contributed by T.j. Conwell on Jan 2, 2017

    How will you honor Christ and be a part of your church in the New Year? If we won’t reach out, or if we won’t work together to do reach others, we've become an exclusive, limiting club filled with Pharisees … which is dangerous ground to be on!

    Looking ahead to 2017 Philippians 1:1-30 Introduction The New Year is always an opportunity to reflect, and to look ahead Today, we will forego looking back (can’t change that) and look forward for Christ We know the current condition of the church, of our lives (some good, some more

  • The Life Of Paul Part Viii - No Regrets Series

    Contributed by Dan Carroll on Nov 28, 2016

    Paul had settled eternal issues. For him death wasn’t the end, but a new beginning. A change of address only. He lived life. He had one goal in life. He wrote about it. II Thessalonians 1:12, “…the name of our Lord Jesus will be glorified...”

    INTRODUCTION • Nobody in Scripture talked as much about their death as Paul, except maybe Jesus. • Paul lived his life on the edge and so he knew he was always in danger, but covered by the Father. • What a way to live life to the fullest. • Not in fear, but in more

  • Committed To Promoting The Gospel Series

    Contributed by Christopher Benfield on Sep 28, 2016

    Even though Paul was in bonds, he rejoiced that the Gospel continued to be preached. He refused to allow his circumstances create despair. We too must seek every opportunity to share our faith, while rejoicing for others who are committed as well.

    Committed to Promoting the Gospel Philippians 1: 12-18 As one reads the opening verses of this letter, it is not immediately evident that Paul was bound in prison. His joy and positive attitude conceal the difficulties he faced daily. Although he was not free to move about within society, Paul more