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  • Courage Series

    Contributed by Thomas Bowen 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

  • Standing Firm In The Faith

    Contributed by Daniel Austin on Feb 27, 2010
    based on 4 ratings

    We can stand firm in the faith: Joyful and free from worry, with contentment in whatever state we are in, knowing our needs will be met, able to do all things through Christ who strengthens us.

    Standing Firm in the Faith 03/09/08 Reading: Philippians 1:21-28 Introduction In his letter to the Philippians, Paul expresses his desire that they “stand firm” in working together for the faith. Philippians 1:27 “Only conduct yourselves in a manner worthy of the gospel of Christ, so that more

  • Courage Under Fire

    Contributed by Allan Quak on Feb 23, 2010
    based on 4 ratings

    Whether we are believers, or not-yet-believers we all face a life which is full of adversity, difficulty and struggle. In this sermon we explore two questions. 1) What sort of people will we be, when we face adversity, difficulty and struggles? 2) Can w

    About ten years ago a movie came out called “Courage Under Fire”. The plot of the movie was to demonstrate that people will respond differently when they find themselves in adverse and difficult situations. In the movie these people had some sameness about them:- · they all had military more

  • Walking In Two Worlds Series

    Contributed by Mark Schaeufele on Mar 4, 2014
    based on 1 rating

    Proposition: We live as God’s ambassadors in a fallen world, and while we are here we must stand together in unity.

    Walking In Two Worlds Text: Phil. 1:27-30 Introduction 1. Illustration: When you walk in two worlds Hold your head up high, When you walk in two worlds Keep your sights to the sky, Remember you're in this place But of another race. You move to a different pace, The drumbeat of the more

  • Dilemmas Are Part Of Our Lives. How Do We Choose Which Path To Take?

    Contributed by Gordon Mcculloch on Sep 24, 2014

    Dilemma are part of our very being; and a dilemma will change your life. So it is vital we select the winning path. How do we do it: Read on.

    This sermon was delivered to St Oswald’s in Maybole, Ayrshire, Scotland on the 21st September 2014 (a Scottish Episcopal Church in the Dioceses of Glasgow and Dumfries). Summary: Dilemma are part of our very being; and a dilemma will change your life. So it is vital we select the more

  • Earn This (Veterens Day Message)

    Contributed by Glenn Newton on Feb 16, 2014
    based on 4 ratings

    Veterans Day Message

    Earn this…A Veteran’s Day Message Pastor Glenn Newton, November 10, 2013 Life Worthy of the Gospel - Philippians 1:27-30 27 Whatever happens, conduct yourselves in a manner worthy of the gospel of Christ. Then, whether I come and see you or only hear about you in my absence, I more

  • Life Worth Dying For Series

    Contributed by Anthony Zibolski on Jul 15, 2014

    Part two of series living for Christ of living a life worth dying for. Living for Christ and willing to die for Christ.

    Life worth dying for Philippians chapter 1:13-1:30 Introduction- Last week we looked at being in Christ And Christ being in you. That the joy we seek and the joy we have is not based upon your circumstances, or what success you have at the moment. We saw that there are many more

  • Does The Church Need A Revival?

    Contributed by Ron Freeman, Evangelist on Apr 8, 2018
    based on 3 ratings

    To establish that after the church has faced many challenges; its people have been tried; tested and perfected. She is vibrant, active and sustained by the power of Christ. Does it need to be revived? Yes, anytime it drifts away from sound doctrine.

    INTRODUCTION Outline. 1. Wilt Thou Be Angry Forever? 2. Wilt Thou Revive Us Again? 3. Wilt Thy People Rejoice Again? Remarks. 1. In our lesson today we are going to be discussing the theme: “does the church need a revival?” In this great Psalms, David prays for: “The former mercy of God; and his more

  • Is The Best Yet To Come

    Contributed by B H Grace on Sep 14, 2018

    Even if that phrase is accurate for a Christian do we really understand what that may look like in our life?

    Everyone likes to use the phrase the best is yet to come. If you are not a Christian the worst is yet to come. Your life may be golden here, but in the end your life will be Hell for eternity. Indeed, the best for a Christian is to be in Heaven so the best is yet to come. However, that does not more

  • How Grace Changes Lives Series

    Contributed by Glenn Durham on Apr 27, 2010
    based on 4 ratings

    God changes us more and more as we believe the gospel more and more deeply and personally.

    Scripture Introduction One of my seminary professors illustrated the challenge of believing and living Biblical truth by saying that we work out our theology and practice on a razor’s edge. The faithful Christian does not walk the fine edge so much as she is always moves back toward more

  • How Suffering Can Be A Gift Series

    Contributed by Glenn Durham on May 4, 2010
    based on 7 ratings

    God stacks up treasures for his people through our suffering for his sake.

    Scripture Introduction Jesus calls us blessed when reviled and persecuted on his account. We hear that and probably grit our teeth and determine to bear it should the need arise. The possibility of suffering frightens, and the culture of comfort surrounding us suggests we avoid situations where more

  • Citizenship

    Contributed by Steven Simala Grant on Oct 19, 2010

    What it means to actually be a citizen of heaven.

    Citizenship October 17, 2010 Phil. 1:27a Intro: In the “big picture”, what is your life really about? What do you want out of it, what do you expect out of it, where are you putting your energies and efforts on a day-by-day basis? And I mean that “day-by-day” bit, it more

  • The Joy Of Life Series

    Contributed by Richard Mc Quinn on Sep 25, 2010

    Paul writes a magnificent letter to his beloved church. He gives them plenty of love and inspiriation. His theme is JOY. Jesus first, Others second and ourselves last. The Joy of the Ministry can be a 2nd title.

    THE JOY OF LIFE New Liberty Christian Church, Veedersburg, IN with Rich McQuinn, minister. 9/26/10 TEX: PHILIPPIANS 1:1-30 INTRODUCTION: Picture a great friend or relative that you are very fond of. Hold that in your mind. Picture the person that has led you to the Lord Jesus more

  • Stand, Fight, And Don't Run Away

    Contributed by Steven Simala Grant on Oct 28, 2010

    As citizens of heaven we must fight together for the faith, stand together with one spirit and one purpose, and not be intimidated in any way.

    Stand, Fight, and Don’t Run Away Oct 24, 2010 Phil 1:27-30 Intro: Only some of you here today have experienced military service. Only some of you know what it really means to go through basic training, to be put in a squadron, to be taught how to fight as a unit, where your very lives more

  • "First Things First" Series

    Contributed by David Henderson on Jul 17, 2017
    based on 1 rating

    Happiness is a choice. If you do not have it, it is no one else’s fault. It is because you have chosen otherwise. Arrange your priorities and choose the things that really matter.

    “First things First” Philippians 1:20-30 Here we find the great apostle Paul in prison in Rome. There would be some similarities in prison in that day and today but certainly there are some differences as well. In Paul’s day, the prisoner was often shackled, in chains to a guard. This guard more