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Sermons on Philippians 3

You searched for sermons from the Book of: Philippians 3
 
Taking Out the Rubbish  Click here Click title to view sermon Philippians 3: 4b–14
Philippians 3: 8–14 for LFM
Summary: Paul encourages us to eliminate anything that does not bring us closer to the life–giving presence of Christ.
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You Get What You Hope For  Click here Click title to view sermon Philippians 3: 17–4:1
Summary: If we hope only for earthly things, that’s all we can expect to get.
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The Sincerest Form of Faith  Click here Click title to view sermon Philippians 3: 17–4:1
Summary: Although we typically learn faith by imitation, the One we are ultimately imitating is Jesus.
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The Measure of Maturity  Click here Click title to view sermon Philippians 3: 8–14
Summary: God made us to grow in many ways, but how do we measure spiritual growth? In Philippians 3, the Apostle Paul gives us three indicators of growth ... an increasing knowledge of Christ, greater confidence in the power of Christ and a deeper sense of purpose to our suffering.
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God or the World  Click here Click title to view sermon Philippians 3: 17–4:1
Summary: Free choice gives each person the opportunity to choose God or the world, in many ways each and every day. The world is very enticing and society tells us we must participate fully and succeed. Worldly success brings accolades today, but the only truly important success for the Christian is being with God. Thus, we must choose God over the world as St. Paul suggests in his letter to the Philippians.
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Eyes on the Prize  Click here Click title to view sermon Philippians 3: 4–14
Philippians 3: 8–14 for LFM
Summary: Christians like those in Philippi knew that during one of the great competitions like the ancient Olympics, you had to keep your eye on the prize when things got toughest so you didn’t fail at the last moment. The apostle Paul told them — and us — that we too need to keep our eyes on the prize of Christian faith, so that we’re ready to endure when things are difficult.
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