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  • Beware Of The Dogs In The Church Ph. 3: 1-3 Series

    Contributed by James Lee on Nov 21, 2013
    based on 1 rating

    There are some things the believer must do as we live for Christ. First, we must guard ourselves in several ways and that’s what I want to look at today. Parts are adapted from the "Preacher's Outline & Sermon Bible

    This chapter is one that needs to be studied over and over. It includes the personal testimony and ambition of Paul. It also gives us some of the great principles that governed Paul's life. There are some things the believer must do as we live for Christ. First, we must guard ourselves in several more

  • Thankful For Our Perfection In Christ Series

    Contributed by Bobby Stults on Nov 25, 2013

    When we are 'In Christ' we are made whole and complete... restoring us to a relationship with our Creator, leading us to maturity in faith and gives us a hope of what we have waiting for us... prepared by Christ FOR US!

    Sermon Brief Date Written: November 22, 2013 Date Preached: November 24, 2013 Where Preached: OPBC (AM) Sermon Details: Series Title: Building a Foundation for a Thankful Life Sermon Title: The 4th Piling – Our Perfection in Christ Sermon Text: Philippians 3 more

  • What Are We Boasting In?

    Contributed by Jerry Smith on Feb 2, 2014
    based on 1 rating

    What things do we boast in? What things are we proud of? What things do we try to show God as making us acceptable?

    WHAT ARE WE BOASTING IN? (ANO ANG ATING NA IPINAGMAMALAKI) Phil 3:1-14 [7-10] BACKGROUND Paul in prison in Rome (Si Pablo ay nasa bilangguan) The Phil. Church sent a brother with a love gift : (Nagpadala ang simbahan ng regalo pag-ibig sa kanya) Phil. Is a thank you letter (ito ay isang more

  • Know Your Profits And Losses Series

    Contributed by Curry Pikkaart on Jul 23, 2015

    We either believe that Jesus Christ alone is sufficient for a life of faith or He is not.

    “Living a Joy-Full Life: Know Your Profits and Losses” Phil. 3:1-11 I recall a conversation that took place during a Consistory meeting of another church I served. It was about requirements for who should serve on Consistory. Some wanted to add guidelines to what the Scriptures have more

  • The Mathematics Of Heaven

    Contributed by Mark Atherton on Apr 10, 2001
    based on 44 ratings

    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 more

  • Joy In Believing Series

    Contributed by Gary Stebbins on Jun 7, 2011

    During this series we will be looking at Paul’s letter to the Philippian church. Paul founded the church at Philippi and wrote the letter during a time of imprisonment in Rome. One of the themes in the book is joy. (some thoughts taken from a series by Cr

    Philippians Pt5- Joy in Believing Study of Philippians- letter- meant to convey life. Last week looked at v2.16- Word of Life- Jn 5:26 (NASB) “For just as the Father has life in Himself, even so He gave to the Son also to have life in Himself; We were created to drink of this same more

  • "Religion Or Relationship" Part 2 Series

    Contributed by Kyle Sullivan on Jun 16, 2011

    A quick look at the lessons from Philippians.

    Question: What is your Hope Built on? "The depravity of man is the only doctrine we have with thousands of years of evidence." Pastor Matt Chandler Where is your confidence? 1. In Religious Ritual? Vs. 3 "For it is we who are the circumcision, we who worship by the Spirit of God, who more

  • Watch Them Dogs

    Contributed by Ken Harris on Jan 22, 2001
    based on 84 ratings

    The purpose of this sermon is to move the hearers to LOOK-OUT for religious leaders (which are spiritually blind, greedy, and lazy) that will attempt to turn them against the principles and teachings of Jesus Christ through their WORDS AND ACTIONS.

    U.S. Army Chaplain (MAJ) Ken Harris Fort Stewart, Georgia References: Acts 21:40 (ex. Of Paul’s ability to address folk in the Hebrew Tongue/Language); Ezekiel 33:2; Hebrews 13:17; 1 Chr. 12:32 (ex. Of the prophets understanding what Israel ought to do); Romans 8:26-27 (… the spirit enabling more

  • Keeping New Years Simple Series

    Contributed by John Dixon on Jan 24, 2016

    Develop a Positive Attitude Toward The Church

    PHILIPPIANS 3:3 -16 (NASB) 3 Finally, my brethren, rejoice in the Lord. To write the same things again is no trouble to me, and it is a safeguard for you. 2 Beware of the dogs, beware of the evil workers, beware of the false circumcision; 3 for we are the true circumcision, who worship in more

  • The Pursuit Of Excellence: "Finishing Life Well"

    Contributed by Reverend Cooper Mcwhirter on Sep 27, 2016

    Some of the great people of faith in the Bible did not finish life well. They had downturns.

    Sermon Preached at Grace Community Church (EPC) Sun City Grand, Surprise, AZ Sunday, April 10, 2016 by the Reverend Cooper McWhirter The Pursuit of Excellence: “Finishing Life Well!” [Part One] Philippians 3:1-11 A wise pastor once offered me this piece more

  • Gather Up All Things In Christ Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Oct 28, 2016

    We generate history, not by politics and war, but by service to the poor and helpless.

    Thursday of the 30th Week in Course 2016 Joy of the Gospel Every time we turn a page in the New Testament, we are–if we are sensitive–struck by how counter-intuitive the Christian message is. Consider St. Paul’s life. He was, by his own account, a super-Jew. He observed every more

  • May I Be More Like Christ In The New Year

    Contributed by Gordon Weatherby on Jan 3, 2017
    based on 1 rating

    This is a New Year's message based on Philippians 3. Paul had looked back at his life in Judaism, and realized he still needed to be growing to become more like Christ.

    MAY I BE MORE LIKE CHRIST IN THE NEW YEAR! Philippians 3:2-14 Greenmount and O’Leary Churches of Christ January 01, 2016 Audio Link to this sermon: INTRODUCTION: 1.) On this New Year’s Day we reflect on both the past and also the future. 2.) Because we more

  • Focused On The Faith Series

    Contributed by Christopher Benfield on Nov 16, 2016
    based on 3 ratings

    Paul exhorted the church to rejoice in the Lord, even though they faced adversity, and avoid false teaching. He also emphasized that works were not enough to secure salvation. If they remained focused on the faith, they could overcome in Christ.

    Focused on the Faith Philippians 3: 1-6 As we begin to discuss the third chapter of Philippians, it appears that Paul is seeking to begin concluding his thoughts to the church. While this may have been the beginning of his conclusion, he has quite a bit more to share with them. Following the more

  • Gladly Losing Everything Series

    Contributed by Jason Jones on May 2, 2016

    First sermon I preached at our new church plant, The Road, It was about the willingness of Paul to totally rely on Christ, rather than any earthly accomplishment or accolade.

    Text: Philippians 3:2-11, Title: Gladly Losing Everything, Date/Place: The Road, 4/17/16, AM A. Opening illustration: Losing softball B. Background to passage: This passage is coming off of one of the greatest passages on the nature and work of Christ. Paul then talks about how they should live more

  • #8- Tradeoffs And Joy Series

    Contributed by Darrell Stetler Ii on Aug 27, 2015

    Who do I need to be cautious of? What is the cost of being a Christian?

    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> THIS SERMON AVAILABLE WITH POWERPOINT IN RESOURCE DOWNLOAD! This sermon (and several hundred others) are available for download. > Microsoft Word > Most with handouts More info: or more