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Philippians 4:10-20

Series: The Book of Philippians Sermon: Blossoming into a Transformed Participant Bible Passage: Philippians 4:10-20 I. About the church at Philippi: 1. Lydia’s open house 2. A hospitable jailor 3. Fellowship in the Gospel 4. Hard working co-workers 5. Supporting of missionaries 6. Partnership in ministry II. How did this church stand out as a…

Philippians 4:6-7

Series: Philippians Sermon: Worry and its Remedy Bible Passage: Philippians 4:6-7 I. Observation of Phil 4:6-7 1. The Greek word μέριμνα refers to “to be overly concerned” 2. “To be concerned” is natural (it is a good emotion; it prepares us to respond to something not right) 3. “To be overly concerned” is stretching the…

Philippians 4:2-3; 1 Corinthians 6:1-8

Series: Philippians Sermon: Disputes and Resolutions Bible Passage: Philippians 4:2-3; 1 Cor 6:1-8 I. After dealing with topics such as humility, priority for others, self-sacrifice over self-projection, etc., Paul zeroes in on two individuals, Euodia and Synteche (4:2) 1. They were believers from day #1 of the founding of the church (cf. Acts 16:13) 2….

Philippians 3:4-14

Series: Philippians Sermon: Ditch the Past and Develop a New Focus in Life Bible Passage: Philippians 3:5-11 I. After Paul became a follower of Jesus Christ, he underwent a complete transformation in his life: 1. His former life was based on him and his achievements (vv. 5-6) 2. His present life is based on Christ…

Philippians 1:27-2:11

Series: Philippians Sermon: Gospel Centered Lifestyle Bible Passage: Phil 1:27-2:16 I. Background: 1. Disunity: Euodia and Synteche 2. Introduction of imperial worship and opposition to Christian faith II. In Phil 1:27-2:16 Paul talks about Christian lifestyle with one exhortation: “only live worthy of the Gospel of Christ” 1. The Greek word politeuomai is interpreted differently…

Philippians 1:12-26

Series: Philippians Sermon: Overcoming Rivalry and Envy Bible Passage: Phil 1:12-26 I. The expression “my situation” OR “what has happened to me” refers to (vv 12-14) 1. Riot in Jerusalem (Acts 21:26-36) 2. Two-year imprisonment in Caesarea (Acts 22-26) 3. Dangerous, painful journey to Rome (27:1-28:1) 4. Imprisonment in Rome for two years (Acts 28:16)…

Philippians 1:9-11

Series: Philippians Sermon: Growing in Love Bible Passage: Philippians 1:9-11 I. Highlights of the Philippian church: 1. Positional transformation—“the holy ones” (verse 1) 2. Relational transformation with God— “God as Father” (verse 2) 3. Substantive partnership in ministry (verse 5) 4. Strong relationship with Paul that he holds them in his heart (vv. 7-8) II….

Philippians 1:1-6

Series: The Book of Philippians Sermon: Transformation and Evidence Bible Passage: Philippians 1:1-6 I. Three important transformations that call for our attention (verses 1-2): 1. Paul’s transformation (verse 1) a. A person with an impressive credential identifies voluntarily himself as a “slave” b. The terms refers to someone who is always at the disposal of…