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  • Excuse Me, But I Got To Press On

    Contributed by Rev. M Edmunds on Oct 12, 2005
    based on 68 ratings
     | 18,686 views

    “The Ultimate Glory-Moving together in one direction, purpose and toward one goal.”

    Paul, who is the writer of our text, challenges the Philippian church to press on in unity to become the best that they could be for Christ. Rather than be complacent with where they were, they needed to set their sights higher. As men and women of God who have different perspectives, needs, ...read more

  • The Race Of Faith

    Contributed by Michael Trask on Oct 7, 2005
    based on 35 ratings
     | 2,527 views

    Keeping the faith can sometimes be very much like jogging: its a battle against yourself.

  • A New Year Challenge

    Contributed by Colin Coombs on Oct 3, 2005
    based on 10 ratings
     | 4,141 views

    Challenging for commitment in the year ahead

    A CHALLENGE FOR THE NEW YEAR “I do concentrate on this; I leave the past behind and with hands outstretched to whatever lies ahead I go straight for the goal -my reward the honour of being called by God in Christ.” [Philippians 3:14 J B Philips] As we face another New Year, it is good to ...read more

  • How Does The Empty Tomb Affect Me Today?

    Contributed by Glenn Newton on Apr 5, 2005
    based on 41 ratings
     | 11,886 views

    I share a couple important thoughts about how the Empty tomb, the resurrection affects us today as Christians

    The Empty Tomb and how it affects me today Pastor Glenn Newton April 3, 2005 Text: Philippians 3:10-14 10 I want to know Christ and the power of his resurrection and the fellowship of sharing in his sufferings, becoming like him in his death, 11 and so, somehow, to attain to the resurrection ...read more

  • Just One Thing

    Contributed by David Seeley on Jan 15, 2005
    based on 104 ratings
     | 9,311 views

    There are several places in God’s Word where the need of the hour came down to just one thing. Take a look at them with me and may God bless you.

    Text: Philippians 3:13 Brethren, I count not myself to have apprehended: but this one thing I do, forgetting those things which are behind, and reaching forth unto those things which are before. Paul, the Apostle, is telling us here what one thing he intends to do. Before we examine his goals I ...read more

  • Looking Back, Planning Ahead

    Contributed by Steve Shepherd on Dec 23, 2004
    based on 460 ratings
     | 49,432 views

    In preparation for the new year we must look back, but also plan ahead.

    INTRO.- ILL.- Someone came up with these humorous observations or insights about life. 1) A balanced diet is a cookie in each hand. 2) I love cooking with wine. Sometimes I even put it in the food. 3) If it weren’t for STRESS I’d have no energy at all. 4) Whatever hits the fan will ...read more

  • Motivated To Move On In 2005

    Contributed by Dave Kinney on Dec 17, 2004
    based on 204 ratings
     | 15,334 views

    Are you more moved by your past or are you more motivated about your future? I want to motivate you to move on in 2005! Move on and face the future with strength, security and success!

    “Motivated To Move On In 2005” Philippians 3:12-14 Here we are about to enter a new year! If you’re like me you probably ask yourself, “I wonder what will happen in this New Year?” or “What unexpected event with take place this year?” I was talking to a man while in line at Save Mart and he ...read more

  • Running The Race Of Life

    Contributed by Ray Estes on Dec 6, 2004
    based on 94 ratings
     | 8,995 views

    This sermon is about forgetting the past and pressing on toward Christ-likeness.

    Running The Race of Life Philippians 3:12-14 Do any of you ever make out “To Do” lists? – a list of things that need doing throughout the day. Do you always complete your list everyday or do you sometimes have to carry over some things to the next day? If you seldom complete your list, then I ...read more

  • Leaving The Past In The Past

    Contributed by George Rennau on Nov 17, 2004
    based on 89 ratings
     | 21,973 views

    It’s hard to move forward when you keep the past in the present

    Introduction There was once an absent-minded professor who became so absorbed in his work that he forgot the simplest details. One morning his wife said, "Now Henry, remember, we are moving today. Here, I’m putting this note in your pocket. Don’t forget." The day passed by and the man came home ...read more

  • Yesterday Ended Last Night

    Contributed by Warren Curry on Sep 21, 2004
    based on 38 ratings
     | 4,657 views

    We have to learn to leave the past in the past. Stop trying to make right, the wrong made years ago. We must keep our eyes forward, looking at what lies ahead.

    Yesterday Ended Last Night Philippians 3:12ff Introduction: Illustration: Thomas Edison Biographers have written that Thomas Edison, the inventor of the light bulb, made over nine hundred light bulbs that didn’t work before he finally made one that did. Nine hundred times he went to all the ...read more

  • Straining Towards The Future

    Contributed by Joel Santos on Sep 23, 2004
    based on 283 ratings
     | 36,180 views

    Philippians 3:12-14 is a life verse of most of the winners and successful persons and organizations. This church is one of them because you will not reach this age if you did not succeed.

    (My anniversary message in Kaunlaran Christian Church) Happy Anniversary and Congratulations! Brethren, Philippians 3:12-14, your text today is a life verse of most of the winners and successful persons and organizations. This church is one of them because you will not reach this age (26 ...read more

  • "I Yam What I Yam”

    Contributed by Jim Kane on Feb 15, 2004
    based on 25 ratings
     | 1,302 views

    To be in shape for God means to accept ourselves for who we are while growing in Christian maturity.

    This morning it’s time for a cartoon quiz! Ready? Here we go! (Winners win the satisfaction of knowing their cartoon trivia!) Who says, “Yabba dabba do?” (Fred Flintstone) Who concludes a certain cartoon series with “TTThat’s all folks!” (Porky Pig) What two partners would rather eat than solve ...read more

  • The God Of Second Chances

    Contributed by Rodney Buchanan on Jan 12, 2004
    based on 124 ratings
     | 64,030 views

    God wants us to understand: 1. Failure is not final. 2. Bad results can be redeemed. 3. The future is open. True change comes when: 1. You have a new occupant 2. You seek truth 3. You change your actions

    A little boy went out to the ball field by himself, wearing his baseball cap and carrying a bat and ball. In his eye was the look of steely determination. He was so full of confidence that he put his bat on his shoulder, tossed the ball into the air, and said, “I’m the greatest batter in the ...read more

  • 4 Ways To Be More In '04

    Contributed by Jerry Shirley on Jan 6, 2004
    based on 76 ratings
     | 5,366 views

    new year’s message, FIND SOME DISSATISFACTION, DEVOTION, DIRECTION, DETERMINATION!

    4 WAYS TO BE MORE IN ‘04 PHIL. 3:13-14 PS. 65:11—DAVID SAID, “THOU CROWNEST THE YEAR W/ THY GOODNESS” THIS IS A GREAT TIME TO GO FORWARD! 1 FIND SOME DISSATISFACTION “I COUNT NOT MYSELF TO HAVE APPREHENDED” CRUISE CONTROL/COASTING—RYDER TRUCK EVEN HAD IT! REALLY RELAX AS YOU DRIVE ...read more

  • Five Traits Of A Super Bowl Christian

    Contributed by Mark Land on Dec 24, 2003
    based on 254 ratings
     | 44,942 views

    By using the analogy of football during the super bowl season this sermon seeks to challenge Christians to a higher level of discipleship through desire, discipline, commitment, sacrifice, and character.

    FIVE TRAITS OF A SUPER BOWL CHRISTIAN In a few minutes a game of great importance will be played. Large men will face off across a line of scrimmage. A call will be made, leather will slap, and bodies will collide and crash. A battle has begun. For four 15 minute quarters men will expend ...read more