Sermon Series
  • 1. Unnatural Gratitude

    Contributed on Mar 4, 2010
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    Gratitude is Joy that is sustained.

    A matter of the Heart …Unnatural Gratitude Philippians 1:1-11 Slide – Affliction - Tree It is an interesting coincidence that I happen to pick a Sermon topic and scripture and suddenly need to be bolstered with scriptural support in my life. What a stroke of Good more

  • 2. Courage

    Contributed on Mar 4, 2010

    Courage is simetimes a choice...Faceing ptoblems is not reason to hold on to fear.

    Last week as a sort of a set up for the Book of Philippians as a letter that we can learn how the apostle Paul reacted to his personal situation. We found a thread of Joy, and encouragement in the book. The underlying point of looking at the scripture is that we live in and are affected by the more

  • 3. Selflessness

    Contributed on Mar 4, 2010

    Christians choose to do things out of self-lessness

    A matter of the heart – Selflessness We have been looking a Paul’s letter to the Philippians and how he just seems to exhibit an abnormal response to his current situation. The first week he opened the letter with prayers to God for the church in Philippi. How they had more

  • 4. Taking Inventory

    Contributed 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

  • 5. Thanksgiving

    Contributed on Mar 4, 2010

    Don't worry be happy, the culture tries to ignore life, what things steal our joy....According to Paul nothing should.

    A matter of the heart, thanksgiving Philippians 4:4-7 Taking what we have learned from Paul as we have looked at this letter it is clear that this encouragement is absolutely counter to his situation. From what I read about Paul maybe he is able to do it. From the letter he seems to have it more