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  • Worthless, Worthless Garbage

    Contributed by Steven Simala Grant on Feb 8, 2011

    To be transformed by God is to show that everything that everything else we have pursued so intensely in life amount to no more than "a pile of dung."

    Worthless, Worthless Garbage Phil 3:1-11 Feb 6, 2011 Intro: How many of you know what this is: I’ll give you a hint: it is the world’s third most valuable commodity, after sugar and coffee. I’ll give you another hint – next week is valentines’ day and more

  • In Losing Everything, You've Gained Christ's Righteousness

    Contributed by Gregg Bitter on Mar 21, 2010
    based on 5 ratings

    Our own doings can not make us right before God. For only Christ's righteousness, which is yours by faith alone, stands in God's courtroom. A. All other gains are garbage. B. Your faith knows the power of Christ's resurrection. C. You strain forward

    Text: Philippians 3:8-14 Theme: In Losing Everything, You've Gained Christ's Righteousness A. All other gains are garbage B. Your faith knows the power of Christ's resurrection C. You strain forward toward your resurrection sharing in Christ's suffering Season: Lent 5c Date: March 21, more

  • #4-Jesus Came So We Can Know God Series

    Contributed by Jerry Blaxton on Mar 22, 2010

    Fourth in a series leading up to Easter about why Jesus came.

    Sermon Notes Series: Why Did Jesus Come? Sermon: #4-So We Could Know God Scripture: Philippians 3:4b-14 God’s desire all along for man has been that man would know and love God and have intimate F_______________ with Him. I. We cannot know God or become the people God wants us to be more

  • Knowing The Resurrected Christ Series

    Contributed by Matthew Grise on Apr 2, 2010
    based on 2 ratings

    Philippians 3:7-11. What does it mean to know the power of the resurrection rather than merely knowing about it? Find out from the Apostle Paul...

    KNOWING THE RESURRECTED CHRIST PHILIPPIANS 3:7-11 [INTRODUCTION] - We've all heard stories of people who have found out that they possess an item of tremendous worth and value that they thought was worthless. We are fascinated when we watch a program like Antiques Roadshow and see a person more

  • The Kingdom Is Like...mustard Seeds And Yeast Series

    Contributed by Brady Boyd on May 13, 2019

    Both a mustard seed and yeast are small and seemingly insignificant.

    The Kingdom Is Like … Mustard Seeds and Yeast May 12, 2019 Matthew 13:31-33 NIV He told them another parable: "The kingdom of heaven is like a mustard seed, which a man took and planted in his field. 32 Though it is the smallest of all your seeds, yet when it grows, it is the largest of garden more

  • Joy Comes In For A Landing

    Contributed by Matt Hoffmann on Mar 16, 2010
    based on 4 ratings

    What does it mean to Rejoice in Real Life, when Joy touches down on the rough patches of our lives?

    Philippians 3:8-14 Lately, I’ve talked some about how I don’t really enjoy flying. I will go, and it isn’t a huge deal, but I tend to get nervous. But, there is one think that I LOVE about flying. It’s the sound of the wheels of the plane touching the ground. It’s a powerful moment, marked more

  • Hope And Confidence

    Contributed by Arthur And Marie Mason on May 18, 2019

    We live in a world that is filled with crime; slider crimes, drive-by’s, and various ‘get rich quick schemes.’ No wonder there’s so much confusion, despair, and hopelessness in the world.

    The Bible tells us in Hebrews 11:1-3: “Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. For by it the elders obtained a good report. Through faith we understand that the worlds were framed by the word of God, so that things which are seen were not made of things more

  • Taking Inventory Series

    Contributed by Thomas Bowen on Mar 4, 2010

    Paul's culture and ours are simular. Likemindeness that Christ provides gives a church the ability to make a difference. It comes down to a spiritual inventory.

    A matter of the heart – Taking Inventory - This week we are looking at another portion of Philippians. The overall theme of this book is an expression of what Paul believes that Christians should be no matter what a person’s or nations physical situation. We know from the letter more

  • Follow Me (1 Of 2)

    Contributed by Dr. Odell Belger on Feb 25, 2022

    Paul loved the Philippian people, and he was greatly concerned about them. He told them, "Brethren, be followers together of me, and mark them which walk so as ye have us for an ensample."

    WHY DID PAUL TELL THEM TO FOLLOW HIM? If anyone had examined the life of the apostle Paul, they would have discovered that he was following the Lord Jesus. Paul was giving them a PHYSICAL EXAMPLE or MODEL of what it is to follow Jesus. Someone very wisely said, "Don't follow any leader more

  • Follow Me 2 Of 2

    Contributed by Dr. Odell Belger on Feb 25, 2022

    In a previous sermon I preached on the importance of following the right people.

    When Jesus was here on earth He stated on one occasion, "...FOLLOW ME, and I will make you fishers of men." It is interesting that the Bible not only records that He told these men to follow Him, but also it records that they were smart enough to obey. Look at Matt. 4:20, it states, more

  • “the Power Of The Resurrection” Series

    Contributed by Dave Mcfadden on May 4, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    The resurrection of Christ makes it possible for us to live life on a higher level.

    We find verse 11 to be most interesting. What is Paul speaking of here? After all, this is the objective he has in mind as he says what he does in verses 7 through 10. All that he says about the commitment of his life has to do with verse 11. Is Paul speaking of some future event that he hopes to more

  • The Joy Of Believing

    Contributed by Christopher Young on Mar 29, 2010

    I believe that there are three different type of people in this world, those who see the glass as ½ empty, those that see it as ½ full, and those who wonder why we're not using bottled water. It always amazes me to think about how we all complain about al

    The Joy In Believing Philippians 3 1) Intro: i) Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., was a member of the U.S. Supreme Court for 30 years. At one point in his life, Justice Holmes explained his choice of a career by saying: "I might have entered the ministry if certain clergymen I knew had not looked and more

  • An Unfinished Symphony

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Oct 22, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    We start the new year thinking it will be much like the last and that we will not finish all those things we have started. But there is more beauty in being unfinished than in being complete; for in Christ we can grow and become what He wants us to be.

    Takoma Park Baptist Church, Washington, DC December 29, 1985 I have told you before, I believe, that I am an inveterate list-maker. I believe I have mentioned that my way of working and of setting daily work priorities is to build lists, long, elaborate, detailed lists of things more

  • It Doesn't Matter: Who You Are Series

    Contributed by Jeffrey Sims on Jan 29, 2019

    This sermon should help people realize that their Pedigree and financial statement are not enough to give them salvation. It helps point them in the direction of Christ and a relationship with Him for true eternal salvation

    In our world today who you are means something, you hear it a lot from folks who think their family name and genealogy should mean something to someone. I think the phrase “Do you know who I am” comes out most often when those who think more of themselves than they should are struggling at a more

  • It’s Time For A Spiritual Audit – Philippians 3:7-10 Series

    Contributed by Scott Turansky on Apr 2, 2022

    What do we value? What do we strive for, day to day? And the interesting challenge here is that even when we value good things (e.g., loving our family, helping others), they don’t come close to who Jesus is.

    A couple of weeks ago I was looking at my credit card balance, and it was much higher than I expected it to be. So I knew I needed to do a little audit there myself. I checked it out and realized that some of these charges aren't even mine. So I called the credit card company and we together more