Sermons on Philippians
The secret of contentment is found in three words. Jesus is enough.
You stop worrying by starting to pray and keep praying.
Even when we’re tired, even when we’re worn out, even when we’re persecuted, we can run the race because we have victory in Jesus.
We’re never going to be perfect people. We’re never going to be sinless. Even Christians, today, you’re never going to live up to God’s standard. I make mistakes all the time.
Is there an area of your life that you’re not letting Jesus work in? Is there an area of your life that you’re withholding from Christ?
How would our church, how would other churches look if it was no longer about what I want, what I need, what I think is best? Instead, what if we modeled after Christ and put other’s needs first?
How do you fill in the blank? I am living for _____________
As you continue to grow in your faith , you need to be willing to stand up, step up and speak out for Christ. There may be people who hate you and disagree with you and want to throw you in prison. Stand up, step up and speak out, because those people will spend an eternity in hell if we don’t. They need us to share this truth with them.
When we unite behind the advancement of the Gospel, when we as a church and as individuals commit to growing in knowledge in love and in discernment and when we begin to be able to determine what is best, it’s going to bring glory to God.
God has called this church to a mission and thank God we’re not alone. We can do it together. One vision. One purpose. Advancing the Gospel of Jesus Christ together.