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  • Rejoice In The Lord Series

    Contributed by David Welch on May 2, 2018

    Message 24 from Philippians. This is Part one of two Messages exploring the admonition to rejoice in the Lord.

    “Rejoice in the Lord” • Stand firm in the Lord 4:1 • Harmonize in the Lord 4:2-3 • Rejoice in the Lord 4:4 Rejoice in the Lord always; again I will say, rejoice! Philippians 4:4 Whenever something appears multiple times in the Bible, it is worth giving more attention. This topic appears multiple more

  • How To Live Rejoicing Everyday

    Contributed by John Newbaker on Jul 9, 2017
    based on 3 ratings

    The Bible both tells us both we are to live rejoicing every day and tells us we can live rejoicing every day.

    How to Live Rejoicing Everyday Psalm 118:24 In the hymn “O Happy Day” there is a line that says this. It says, “Happy day, happy day, when Jesus washed my sins away! He taught me how to watch and pray, and live rejoicing every day.” It’s the last part where it says “He taught me how to …. live more

  • The Reason To Rejoice

    Contributed by Derrick Strickland on Feb 20, 2016

    I used to think it was just important to rejoice about anything, but this text let’s me know that my rejoicing must be in line with Jesus’ priorities, if my rejoicing is going to produce in me what Jesus wants in me.

    INTRO: 1. When Jesus recruited the 70 to go forth and spread the good news of the gospel, He didn’t paint a glamorous picture for them. a. Vs. 3 he tells them that he sends them out as “lambs among wolves.” b. Take little with them, no money bag, bed, or extra more

  • And You Call Yourself A Christian Really?

    Contributed by A J "Therightrevrhino" Watkins on Dec 20, 2013
    based on 4 ratings

    This message was penned and preached to remind us that being in everyone else's business and judging them is not as Christian as we think. There are texts that address this but this message is for those holier than thou people in churches everywhere.

    And You Call Yourself A Christian, Really? Psalm 150 - Philippians 4:4 By Pastor A. J. Watkins D.Min. King James Version Utilized Ryrie, Henry, and Clarke Study Aides Simonton Genesis Ministries © June 2009 Today’s society is in a major turmoil. We have people still hating people so much more

  • Rejoicing In The Lord

    Contributed by Rodelio Mallari on Dec 31, 2010
    based on 14 ratings

    May we thank God for the joy we could have even in a troubled world. May we rejoice in His promise of future joy with Jesus. May we indeed realize what Nehemiah said, “the joy of the Lord is our strength!” (Neh. 8:10). May we ever rejoice daily and consci

    Intro: Can you read the newspaper or listen to the news and rejoice? (Sample typical news) Discouraging isn’t it? Only a true Christian can rejoice due to his special joy in the Lord (Phil. 4:4). Even after reading and hearing of bad news, we can still “rejoice in the Lord” because we have also more

  • The Choice To Rejoice

    Contributed by Norman Lawrence on Sep 8, 2001
    based on 84 ratings

    Message focuses on Paul’s letter to the Philippians, and the theme of Rejoicing In The Lord throughout the letter.

    THE CHOICE TO REJOICE Philip. 4:4 Rejoice in the Lord alway: and again I say, Rejoice. I. REJOICE IN THE WORD a. The Powerful Word b. The Planted Word II. REJOICE IN SERVICE a. Sacrificial Service b. Single-Minded Service III. REJOICE IN THE LORD a. Rejoice Always b. Rejoice more

  • Message 11 - 1 Thessalonians Chapter 5:15-17 – Vengeance, Rejoicing Always, And Praying Without Ceasing Series

    Contributed by Ron Ferguson on Dec 30, 2022

    Do not seek vengeance on others or render evil to anyone. Injustice is everywhere but leave it in the Lord’s hands. Then we have the words “Pray without ceasing” and we look at a lot of references for that. We will consider joy and rejoicing as well.

    MESSAGE 11 - 1 THESSALONIANS CHAPTER 5:15-17 – VENGEANCE, REJOICING ALWAYS, AND PRAYING WITHOUT CEASING There is a fair bit of scripture in this message. It deals with vengeance, injustice, persecution and rejoicing and we look at a lot of verses dealing with those matters. PART 1 more

  • Rejoice In The Lord

    Contributed by Mike Turner on Nov 8, 2003
    based on 54 ratings

    Rejoice in the Lord ! Reminders of what the Lord has done for us !

    Rejoice In The Lord Text: Hab. 3:17-19 Habakkuk was a man of great faith. He had the right perspective on things. He knew what was most important. It is easy to have a big pep rally when everything is going right, but Hab describes a time when everything around him is desolate. There is more

  • Rejoice Always

    Contributed by Carla Powell on Jan 7, 2003
    based on 47 ratings

    Sermon highlights joy in the midst of pain, defines the Latin word Gaudete. Reflection on the difference between joy and happiness.

    Grace be to you and peace from the One who was, and is, and is to come. Amen. Today is the third Sunday in Advent, which was historically called Gaudete Sunday, from the Latin word for ‘rejoice’. Gaudete Sunday is the Sunday, if we had a pink candle in our Advent wreath, that we would light the more

  • This Is The Day To Rejoice And Succeed!

    Contributed by Raphiel Manenge on Sep 15, 2005
    based on 40 ratings

    Everyday is made for us by the Lord.There is no day worth your sorrow,worry,weep or grieving.Today is the day to rejoice and succeed!

    This is the day the LORD has made; let us rejoice and be glad in it. O LORD, save us; O LORD, grant us success.” - Psalm 118:24-25 (NIV) Today is the day for you to be glad. It is your day to forget all worries and think of your success. Today is not to be wasted in worrying about your food, money more

  • Regarding Rejoicing Series

    Contributed by Bobby Stults on Jul 15, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    Paul urges believers to focus on rejoicing in Christ all throughout their days, and not just during coorporate worship.

    SERMON BRIEF Date Written: February 14, 2001 Date Preached: February 14, 2001 Church: BBC (PM) Wed Night FOUNDATIONAL ELEMENTS Series: Great Imperatives for the Christian Walk Title: The Imperative Regarding Rejoicing Text: Phil 4:1-7 v.4 – “…rejoice in the Lord always; again I will say, more

  • Rejoice In The Lord

    Contributed by Steve Gladwell on Dec 28, 2001
    based on 43 ratings

    How christians can be joyful.

    Rejoice in the Lord! Sometimes, you make the most amazing discoveries when you are preaching. When I received the preaching plan for this quarter and discovered which passage I was to preach on, I was reminded once again, about how God listens and remembers all that goes in this place. The last more

  • Rejoice In The Lord Pt 2 Series

    Contributed by David Welch on May 1, 2018

    Message 25 from Philippians. This is the second message exploring Paul's admonition to rejoice in the Lord.

    “Rejoice in the Lord” Part two I have found practicing last week’s message an actual source of joy. Throughout the day, I have declared, “I choose joy.” I look forward to completing this important topic. Paul specified some specific joy related actions throughout chapter four. • Stand firm in the more

  • Rejoice

    Contributed by Kent Lenard on May 29, 2004
    based on 18 ratings

    This sermon deals with the need for Christians to find their joy in their relationship with God and not external circunstances.

    Rejoice 1 Samuel 17:44, Genesis 3:23, Romans 8:5, Galatians 5:16-17, Phillipains 3:1 Leviticus 23:40 Deuteronomy 16:11, 1 Chronicles 16:10 Psalms 9:2, 32:11, 68:4, 97:12, 2:1, 31:7, 33:21,35:9, Psalms 40:16, Luke 10:20, Psalms 64:10, Isaiah 25:9, Phillipians 4:4 - 7, Romans 5:1-11 Romans more

  • Rejoice In The Lord Always!

    Contributed by Reuben Bredenhof on Jan 15, 2022

    The source of our true rejoicing is found only through a right relationship with God! Everything apart from him is crumbling and disappointing. Yet our God is eternal, glorious, lacks in no way, and never fails. So those who enjoy a living fellowship with Christ are given true gladness of heart.

    Are we known as a joyful people? Is that the reputation we have, that we’re often rejoicing? Perhaps not. On first impressions, our worship is pretty sombre. In speaking about our faith, most of us are reserved, and we keep our emotions well in check. Even when we have what we call “the celebration more