Series: Rejoice: Philippians

  • Rejoice – The Opposite Of Rejoicing

    Rejoice – The Opposite Of Rejoicing

    January 19, 2020  — 

    What’s the opposite of rejoicing?  It’s imperative for us to hear, is one of the hardest for us to live out, and allows us to act as a beacon to those who are lost.

  • Rejoice – The playing field of life

    Rejoice – The playing field of life

    January 12, 2020  — 

    Paul gives a plea towards gospel living, highlighted by Christian unity. He gives practical steps to take, and, as he consistently does, points to the example of Jesus condescending in ways impossible to us as the way to take these steps towards unity.

  • What Is Your Ladder Leaning On?

    What Is Your Ladder Leaning On?

    January 5, 2020  — 

    Paul is able to rejoice in the most difficult circumstances. He does it not through hard work or determination, but by keeping his focus on Jesus.

  • REJOICE – Won’t He Do It

    REJOICE – Won’t He Do It

    December 29, 2019  — 

    Paul starts off his letter by praying for the Philippians to have Joy. First, for their partnership in the gospel. That what God has begun He will bring to completion. Second, that in spite of any and every circumstance, we have joy because of God’s grace. Third, there is a Joyful future for those who […]

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  • The proper response to salvation

    The proper response to salvation

    January 19, 2020  — 

    In Paul’s letter, he expresses and encourages us to do everything without grumbling or arguing. This is what a fitting response to God looks like and this is how we will shine like stars in the sky for the world to see and understand true joy.   Message : starts at min. 5:17

    Scripture: Philippians 2:12-18
  • Suffering and Humility

    Suffering and Humility

    January 12, 2020  — 

    Paul commissions us in our suffering and humility here on earth, to give God His due praise! “Therefore God exalted him to the highest place and gave him the name that is above every name, that at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, in heaven and on earth and under the earth, and every tongue acknowledge […]

    Scripture: Philippians 1:27-2:11
  • The Discipline of Joy

    The Discipline of Joy

    January 5, 2020  — 

    Joy is a discipline built on purpose, a strategy maintained through prayer and a heart set / mind set enlivened by the Holy Spirit. Paul shows us what it truly looks like to have the gospel as highest priority and joy at the front of your mind. Message: starting at 18:55min.

    Scripture: Philippians 1:12-26
  • Philippians: Partnership

    Philippians: Partnership

    December 29, 2019  — 

    We begin a study on the Apostle Paul’s letters and what it means to choose joy in every situation. He starts his letter with an encouragement to share life in partnership and sacrifice. It’s clear that he deeply understands the Kingdom meaning of family amongst his fellow Christ followers and urges us to deepen our […]

    Scripture: Philippians 1:1-11
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  • Joy-Fueled Lights in the World

    Joy-Fueled Lights in the World

    January 19, 2020  — 

    Joy is very different from putting on a happy face, or trying to make the best of a bad situation. It is a strategy of the Kingdom of God to signal to a world wandering in the dark that they are not alone – that there is hope. So, it is vital for the people of God to train – hard – for the work of Rejoicing! Its game time!

    Scripture: Philippians 2:12-18
  • The proper response to salvation

    The proper response to salvation

    January 19, 2020  — 

    In Paul’s letter, he expresses and encourages us to do everything without grumbling or arguing. This is what a fitting response to God looks like and this is how we will shine like stars in the sky for the world to see and understand true joy.   Message : starts at min. 5:17

    Scripture: Philippians 2:12-18
  • Rejoice – The Opposite Of Rejoicing

    Rejoice – The Opposite Of Rejoicing

    January 19, 2020  — 

    What’s the opposite of rejoicing?  It’s imperative for us to hear, is one of the hardest for us to live out, and allows us to act as a beacon to those who are lost.

  • Whatever Happens

    Whatever Happens

    January 12, 2020  — 

    The Holy Spirit brings us Joy and Peace; and calls us to receive it, and give it away to others.

    Scripture: Philippians 1:27 - 2:11
  • Suffering and Humility

    Suffering and Humility

    January 12, 2020  — 

    Paul commissions us in our suffering and humility here on earth, to give God His due praise! “Therefore God exalted him to the highest place and gave him the name that is above every name, that at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, in heaven and on earth and under the earth, and every tongue acknowledge […]

    Scripture: Philippians 1:27-2:11
  • Rejoice – The playing field of life

    Rejoice – The playing field of life

    January 12, 2020  — 

    Paul gives a plea towards gospel living, highlighted by Christian unity. He gives practical steps to take, and, as he consistently does, points to the example of Jesus condescending in ways impossible to us as the way to take these steps towards unity.

  • Defiant Joy

    Defiant Joy

    January 5, 2020  — 

    Struggle and joy can coexist, and is often more powerful when they do. In the midst of your struggle, choose joy, choose to rejoice.

    Scripture: Philippians 1:12-18
  • The Discipline of Joy

    The Discipline of Joy

    January 5, 2020  — 

    Joy is a discipline built on purpose, a strategy maintained through prayer and a heart set / mind set enlivened by the Holy Spirit. Paul shows us what it truly looks like to have the gospel as highest priority and joy at the front of your mind. Message: starting at 18:55min.

    Scripture: Philippians 1:12-26
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