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  • Working Out

    Contributed by Robbie Shivar on Jan 7, 2008
    based on 4 ratings
     | 2,478 views

    I will work out my salvation by: Being dedicated to the routine Following the instruction to the routine Not griping about the routine

    Introduction: Bart went in for his annual physical last week and under went the complete spread of test to evaluate his current physical condition. After the results were back, Bart met the doctor. As the doctor entered the room, he said, “Well, I have some good news and some bad news.” “What’s ...read more

  • Work Out Series

    Contributed by Ed Sasnett on Jul 8, 2010
     | 2,710 views

    The discovery and use of our spiritual gift will help us grow to be like Christ.

    Series: What Now Title: Work Out Text: I Corinthians 12:1-30 Truth: The discovery and use of our spiritual gift will help us grow to be like Christ. Aim: To encourage them to find and use their spiritual gift. INTRODUCTION Use a child’s puzzle with big pieces so people can see ...read more

  • Working Out

    Contributed by Stephen Fournier on Sep 19, 2003
    based on 38 ratings
     | 4,648 views

    Sermon on growth

    WORKING OUT PHILIPPIANS 2:12-13 02/23/95 A couple of years ago my family and I had the opportunity to go to Washington to visit my sister and her husband, and to take in the sights. Some the things that everyone who goes to Washington D.C. are the monuments to the presidents. There is the ...read more

  • Philippians Part 11 Series

    Contributed by Luther Sexton on Jun 1, 2021
     | 245 views

    An in-depth study on the book of Philippians

    Philippians Part 11, Chapter 2:12-2:15 I. Introduction (v. 2:12) A. Wherefore –resumes the appeals of unity and following the example of Christ. B. Beloved –maintaining connection of deep feelings. C. Obey—present or absent 1. Rely on God’s Spirit not Paul’s leadership. 2. Pressure on ...read more

  • Working Out Your Salvation

    Contributed by Rev. Matthew Parker on Oct 5, 2008
    based on 4 ratings
     | 6,321 views

    Some folks think we have to work for our salvation. Maybe we’re saved by grace, but we stay saved by our works. Big mistake.

    Sermon for CATM – October 5, 2008 – “Working Out Your Salvation” Last week Pastor Bill Ryan did a splendid job of helping us understand the first 11 verses of chapter two of Philippians. I was thrilled actually, because Bill really did an amazing job…superb theology and superb application…making ...read more

  • Working Out Our Salvation Series

    Contributed by Steve Bond on Oct 30, 2007
     | 3,757 views

    Scripture teaches the Christian life involves both God’s sovereignty and human responsibility. It’s not one or the other; it’s both.

    From the earliest days of the church, the relationship between the sovereignty of God and the responsibility of believers has been debated. Is the Christian life essentially a matter of passive trust or of active obedience? Is it all God’s doing, all the believer’s doing, or a combination of both? ...read more

  • Working Out For Jesus

    Contributed by Guy Mcgraw on May 7, 2009
    based on 4 ratings
     | 2,627 views

    Paul calls us to an amazing life of working out the gift of salvation.

    One of golf’s moments came when a Scotchman demonstrated the new game to President Ulysses Grant. Carefully placing the ball on the tee, he took a mighty swing. The club hit the turf and scattered dirt all over the President’s beard and surrounding vicinity, while the ball waited on the tee. ...read more

  • By Working Out Their Own Salvation Series

    Contributed by John Lowe on Sep 19, 2018
     | 3,316 views

    Therefore “work out your own salvation” does not mean “devote yourselves energetically to the saving of your own souls,” but instead the meaning is “Co-operate with God in producing the fruits of the Christian life, which are love, joy peace and all the rest.”

    Date: 8/12/18 Lesson #13 Title: By Working Out Their Own Salvation Scripture: (Philippians 2:12-13, NIV) 12 Therefore, my dear friends, as you have always obeyed—not only in my presence, but now much more in my absence—continue to work out your salvation with fear{12.4} and trembling, 13 for it ...read more

  • Works Out For Good

    Contributed by Bala Samson on Dec 13, 2014
     | 2,565 views

    The ingredients for real joy is a mixture of all the above pain, it sounds weird but that is real!

    Works out for good………. I was recently encouraged by Romans 8:28 which says: “And we know that all things work together for good to those who love God, to those who are called according to His purpose.” All things work together for good to those who love God! Did ...read more

  • Work Out Your Salvation

    Contributed by Jesse Bennett on Jan 4, 2009
     | 1,958 views

    Salvation by Faith and not by Works

    Work out your savation Jesse Bennett Bible Baptist Church Galatians 2:15-3:5 Salvation is not by working hard 1) We know salvation is not by trying, but by trusting v. 16a Gal 2:16 Knowing that a man is not justified by the works[trying] of the law, but by the faith[trusting] of Jesus ...read more

  • Spiritually Working Out

    Contributed by Steven Simala Grant on Jan 19, 2011
    based on 1 rating
     | 2,351 views

    Salvation isn’t just a one moment event but a life-long journey of being transformed into Christ’s likeness.

    Spiritually Working Out Phil 2:12-13 January 16, 2011 Intro: I don’t know about you, but it has seemed a little difficult to re-engage this January. Joanne and Thomas and I enjoyed our vacation, though we didn’t enjoy arriving back in Edmonton last Saturday in the middle of the biggest snow ...read more

  • Salvation's Work Out

    Contributed by Donato Solano on Jun 7, 2005
    based on 8 ratings
     | 2,539 views

    A sermon on working out our salvation through obedience to God and His words.

    INTRODUCTION: It is very common today that people are in the fitness things. First, exercise gyms are on the rise. Both the young and older ones are getting into physical workout, not just to build muscles or to shape their bodies but also to bolster the strength that is already in them. ...read more

  • Spiritual Work Outs

    Contributed by David Dewitt on Sep 9, 2006
    based on 1 rating
     | 3,361 views

    Our spiritual growth requires daily work outs

    Do you have a daily work out plan or know someone who does? Each day some people have a routine of doing some form of exercise. Some either walk or jog in their neighborhood. Others go to the gym and use special equipment to work out. All of this is to improve physical strength, endurance and ...read more

  • Work Out Part 1

    Contributed by Riaan De Villiers on Apr 12, 2006
    based on 8 ratings
     | 2,489 views

    Paul says that we must work out our own salvation. What does that mean? I believe for many years we haven’t understand the joy and power of this verse. So lets work out.

    Work Out Part 1 Philippians 2:12 – 18 Philippians 2:12 If you wanted to learn to play a sport, or to take up a hobby, or even to venture into a new career, what would you do? Well, one thing you would not do is to simply start calling yourself what you wanted to become without doing anything ...read more

  • Work Out Part 2

    Contributed by Riaan De Villiers on Apr 12, 2006
    based on 4 ratings
     | 960 views

    The question is how do we work out our salvation? If salvation is a free gift by God for by grace we are saved, what must I do to work out that which God is working in.

    Work Out Part 2 Philippians 2:12 - 16 It is God working in us, constantly. Need a bountiful supply of the Holy Spirit. Must work out that which God is working in. The next question to try to answer is: how do we work it out? Main theme of book of Philippians = become more and more like ...read more