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  • Dogs In The Church

    Contributed by Tony Fox on Dec 12, 2000
    based on 100 ratings
     | 4,652 views

    Our salvation has nothing to do with who we are or what we have accomplished, but rests solely on the Person and Work of Jesus Christ."

    "Dogs in the Church" August 27, 2000 p.m. (Philippians 3:1-6) Rodgers Park Baptist Church BI - "We should rejoice in the fact that our salvation has nothing to do with who we are or what we have accomplished. It rests solely on the Person and Work of Jesus Christ." I. Paul’s Caution - ...read more

  • Forgetting What's Behind. Straining For What's Ahead.

    Contributed by Quintin Marrow on Apr 3, 2001
    based on 37 ratings
     | 7,400 views

    Forsaking all past achievements and human advantages, St. Paul strains ahead to be found in Christ; this striving is by faith, and results in an imputed righteousness from God, a sharing in the sufferings of Christ, Christlikeness and participation in the resurrection of the dead.

    “Forgetting what’s behind. Straining for what’s ahead.” April 1, 2001 The Rev’d Quintin Marrow St. Anne’s Episcopal Church Oceanside, California The Text: Phil. 3:8-14 In sixteenth-century France, the start of the new year was observed on April first. It was celebrated ...read more

  • Paul's Spiritual Autobiography

    Contributed by Owen Bourgaize on Apr 7, 2001
    based on 104 ratings
     | 5,818 views

    Paul frankly discloses his spiritual balance sheet in terms of What he Renounced and What he Received in converting to Christianity, and looking back 30 years later, What he once Counted and What he still Counts.

    PAUL’S SPIRITUAL AUTOBIOGRAPHY Nothing fascinates me more than a good biography. Perhaps, like me, you’re curious to know the motives that are behind the person’s actions and to learn how his character develops. It’s all the more interesting when a great man or woman write their own life story - ...read more

  • The Mathematics Of Heaven

    Contributed by Mark Atherton on Apr 10, 2001
    based on 44 ratings
     | 3,233 views

    a look at Philippians 3:1-11

    The Mathematics of Heaven Philippians 3: 1-11 ----Resume = Resurrection Rom. 3:20; Php. 3:7 ----Resume + Relationship = Resurrection Acts 15:11 ----Resume = Rubbish Php. 3:8 Rom 4:4-5 ----Relationship = Resurrection!! Php. 3:10 This sermon looks at four mathematical equations that Paul ...read more

  • Does The Resurrection Affect You?

    Contributed by Dr. Ronald Shultz on Apr 14, 2001
    based on 77 ratings
     | 6,148 views

    Do you know the power of His resurrection?

    Does the Resurrection Affect You? As is my manner, I will be a bit non-traditional this Easter or as I prefer this Resurrection Day. On many radio and TV stations as well as in the churches, you will hear preachers far more eloquent than I do a guided tour of the Crucifixion detailing and ...read more

  • To Do Or To Be

    Contributed by Rick Gillespie- Mobley on Apr 24, 2001
    based on 10 ratings
     | 3,407 views

    This sermon deals with the characteristics of a Christian based on Paul’s life in Philippians 3:1-11.

    "To Do Or To Be" 7/28/95 Text Philip3:1-11 OT Prov. 2:1-8 Matthew 7:13-27 For the Christian, "to be or not to be", isn’t the question, but rather "to do or to be is" the issue that we face. More times than not we opt for doing rather than being. Many people don’t ...read more

  • Keep Reaching!

    Contributed by James Groce on May 1, 2001
    based on 95 ratings
     | 10,369 views

    To "reach forth" is a progressive action, one which continues even as we gain rewards because the ultimate is not yet in our grasp!

    KEEP REACHING! Text: Phil. 3:13. To "reach forth" is a progressive action, one which continues even as we gain rewards because the ultimate is not yet in our grasp! This kind of "reaching" keeps us going even when we stumble or slip. Remember....Keep Reaching! Solomon said, The end of a thing is ...read more

  • Funnking With Straight A's

    Contributed by Howard Flynn on May 17, 2001
    based on 144 ratings
     | 4,421 views

    Human goodness is not good enough for God

    Did you ever get an F in school? I did when I was a freshman in high school because I wanted to play more than study. Thus, at the end of an eight-week term I wound up with an F in biology, F as in Flynn. My parents were furious and promised dire retribution if I didn’t bring that grade up to a ...read more

  • Beware Of Dogs

    Contributed by Tom Rhodes on Jun 1, 2001
    based on 101 ratings
     | 23,570 views

    Spiritual dogs may be friendly but very dangerous to the soul.

    Philippians 3:1-2 Finally, my brethren, rejoice in the Lord. To write the same things to you, to me indeed is not grievous, but for you it is safe. Beware of dogs, 1. When I read this scripture I always think of the big signs usually posted on fences “BEWARE OF DOGS”. 2. Immediately you would ...read more

  • Staring Over

    Contributed by Alvaro Dominguez on Jun 1, 2001
    based on 81 ratings
     | 7,258 views

    About leaving the failures of the past behind and fearlessly starting over.

    “Starting Over” 2 Cor. 5:17 Negative Starting Lines: In most cases “starting over” means PAIN. Divorce for example brings devastating results. Having to start over again without your spouse and with the responsibility of having to be both the father and the mother is a very painful process. ...read more

  • God's Guidelines For Graduates

    Contributed by Gary Merillat on Jun 4, 2001
    based on 136 ratings
     | 15,351 views

    A sermon to graduates (any graduates) with three guidelines for success as faithful Christians. Message is appropriate for challenging any Christians. Based on II Timothy 1:7; Philippians 3:13-14; and Hebrews 12:1-3

    Guidelines For Graduates II Timothy 1:7; Philippians 3:13-14; Hebrews 12:1-3 Introduction Illustration: Going down the highway a bumper sticker was observed that said, "I’m a Pearl Harbor survivor." The unique thing about this bumper sticker was that is was on the back of a Toyota truck. That ...read more

  • The Christian Attitude

    Contributed by Justin Meek on Jun 6, 2001
    based on 74 ratings
     | 22,577 views

    In order to grow as Christians we must have the proper atitude towards our Christian lives.

    NOTE: I am indebted to Jim Mooney of sermoncentral.com for the idea for this sermon. I took his basic idea from the sermon “How to Have a Winning Attitude” and customized it to fit my own style and congregation. The Christian Attitude Phil: 3:8-14 Introduction: THERE IS A SHORT STORY BY G.W. ...read more

  • Pressing On Toward Maturity Series

    Contributed by Craig Simonian on Jun 8, 2001
    based on 108 ratings
     | 7,311 views

    Philippian 3:10-14

    PRESSING ON TOWARD MATURITY Phil 3:10-14 Back in college, I had the privilege of meeting a man who had served as a missionary in Iran for 42 years… Dr. William Miller. He had spoken at Urbana and had come to our campus as part of a follow-up conference. That chance meeting turned into a good ...read more

  • A Winning Christian Attitude

    Contributed by Jimmy Davis on Jun 11, 2001
    based on 383 ratings
     | 25,324 views

    A winning Christian attitude includes a positive attitude. As a believer we can become mighty in the Spirit of the Lord, and develop a heart of a champion when we are willing to give ourselves to the mind of Christ.

    Sermon.977 See # 602, 614, 640, 729, 739 “A Winning Christian Attitude” From the pulpit of Bayview Baptist Church, Sunday, June 10, 2001 Philippians 3:7-14 A winning Christian attitude includes a positive attitude about yourself, God, the church, and other people! The same victorious life ...read more

  • Benefits Of Sacrifice

    Contributed by Arthur Good on Jun 16, 2001
    based on 58 ratings
     | 78,424 views

    What we "gain" through humble sacrifice for God.

    Theme: What we gain through sacrifice. Introduction: Philippians 3:7, 8. In scripture we find a principle that shows us that to make the greatest gains spiritually, we must be willing to sacrifice things physically. These “things” may include our possessions, time, money, convenience, ...read more