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  • Are You Properly Attired? - Sermon For Proper 23 - Year A

    Contributed by Ian Bullock on Oct 6, 2020

    This sermon seeks to explore what it means to wear the wedding garments, and how choosing to wear them requires commitment regardless of what is happening in our lives.

  • The Way Of Joy - Right-Thinking Series

    Contributed by Thomas Bartlett on Apr 17, 2020

    I can say this will certainly, the biggest changes in my life and your life are directly related to an ability to choose by the power of the Holy Spirit the ability to choose what to think about.

  • How To Overcome Fear, Anxiety And Worry

    Contributed by Lalachan Abraham on Mar 30, 2020

    The Lord is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear? – Psalm 27:1

  • How To Have Joy All Year Long

    Contributed by David Rigg on Jan 15, 2020

    This is a New Years sermon encouraging us to have joy in our hearts for the new year.

    How to Have Joy All Year Long Philippians 4:1-9 [1] Therefore, my beloved and longed-for brethren, my joy and crown, so stand fast in the Lord, beloved. [2] I implore Euodia and I implore Syntyche to be of the same mind in the Lord. [3] And I urge you also, true companion, help these women who more

  • Making The Choice To Rejoice Series

    Contributed by Jason Grubbs on Jan 11, 2020

    Rejoicing in the Lord is a choice we must make, not a feeling. Our joy must be in the Lord, not in our circumstances. This sermon gives three actions we must make to keep making the choice to rejoice.

  • Exhortation, Encouragement, And Prayer Series

    Contributed by Freddy Fritz on Dec 8, 2019
    based on 1 rating

    Philippians 4:1-9 teaches us a number of ways in which we are to stand firm in the Lord.

    Scripture Paul is getting to the end of his letter to his beloved Philippian church. The ESV Study Bible states: “The chief theme of Philippians is encouragement: Paul wants to encourage the Philippians to live out their lives as citizens of a heavenly colony, as evidenced by a growing commitment more

  • Laugh - Philippians 4 Series

    Contributed by Michael Mccartney on Jan 24, 2019

    We need find joy in the journey by doing 3 things: choosing to reconcile with others so that we can rejoice, by praying rather than worrying, and by learning contentment in life.

    Video illustration: Over Saved Michael Jr Series: Find Joy in the Journey in 2019 Thesis of series: Joy needs to be experienced in the journey of life! But Joy, like any other attitude, can come and go. It is not guaranteed simply because we are born again believers. We must put ourselves in the more

  • How Will You Finish?

    Contributed by Barry O Johnson on Oct 13, 2018

    When we accept Jesus as Lord there is an excitement. We want to save the world. But over time the world beats so many of us into silence. This message is about how the Apostle Paul refused to let circumstances keep him from finishing his race.

    The book of Philippians – The Back Story Roman Prison: The Tullianum (Keep) When we read scripture sometimes knowing the circumstances from which they were written can paint what we read in a totally different light. Paul’s letter to the Philippians is an excellent example of this. It’s common more

  • Thankful Prayer

    Contributed by Greg Yort on Apr 23, 2018

    Thankful prayer brings divine peace, guards our hearts and minds in Christ Jesus, and brings right thinking…biblical thinking.

    Introduction Fear is a human emotion that is triggered by a perceived threat. Fear is a basic survival mechanism that signals our bodies to respond to danger with a fight or flight response. As such, it is an essential part of keeping us safe. However, when people live in constant fear, whether more

  • We Can Work It Out Series

    Contributed by David Owens on Mar 5, 2018
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    As we look at Paul's instructions for Euodia and Syntyche and how they can get along, we also can learn about how to get along with others and how to help others get along with each other.

    Introduction: A. Let’s start today’s sermon with an old poem I really like called “The Perfect Church” I think that I shall never see, A Church that’s all it ought to be; A Church whose members never stray, Beyond the Strait and Narrow way; A Church that has no empty pews, Whose Preacher never more

  • Recipe For Growth

    Contributed by Ezekiel Ette on Nov 16, 2017

    Peace with yourself, peace with neighbors and peace with the world is what we need to live as Christians. We fail to grow when we live our lives for others and become afraid of losing the affection and approval of those we think are important in our lives

    Imagine a Church with some problems, where some people are fighting to become leaders. Yet, despite their own problems, when they heard that the individual who helped to establish the church was in need, they all come together, contributed money to send to help the individual. The leader wrote back more

  • What's On Your Mind?

    Contributed by Thomas Clawser on Oct 28, 2017

    Christians must guard what enters their minds to gain the benefit of God’s peace in their lives.

    In “How to Find Out Who You Are”, Nelson Price reports that 15 prominent college professors took this challenge: “If all the books on the art of moving human beings into action were condensed into one brief statement, what would that statement be?” The result of their deliberations was: What the more

  • What Are You Looking At

    Contributed by Howard Gunter on Oct 9, 2017
    based on 2 ratings

    Paul is helping us understand how our thought process can dominate our actions and how to address recurring idle thoughts.

    Matthew 22:1-14 What are you looking at? Where do you return when your mind is not occupied by some current demand? Our thought process is dominated, isn’t it? We tend to think about a pet project, a pet peeve, a lingering hurt, some secret desire that we keep coming back to (even though more

  • P. S. - You Need These!

    Contributed by Ernie Arnold on Sep 27, 2017

    Paul is sharing with his dear brothers and sister in Philippi three things that they need to be complete - 1. They need to learn how to CELEBRATE 2. They need to learn how to PRAY 3. They need to learn how to Think Straight

    Scripture: Philippians 4:1-9 (Call to worship - Psalm 23) Title: P. S. - You Need These! Paul is sharing with his dear brothers and sister in Philippi three things that they need to be complete - 1. They need to learn how to CELEBRATE 2. They need to learn how to PRAY 3. more

  • A Context For The Call To Rejoice

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Sep 10, 2017
    based on 3 ratings

    Exhortations, and a very important promise.

    A CONTEXT FOR THE CALL TO REJOICE. Philippians 4:1-9. ‘Our conversation is in heaven,’ said the Apostle in the previous chapter, ‘from whence also we are awaiting (as) Saviour, the Lord Jesus Christ’ (cf. Philippians 3:20-21). “So, my brethren… stand fast in the Lord” (Philippians 4:1). Paul more