Sermons on Philippians (Page 3)

Sermons on Philippians (Page 3)

The Life That’s a Witness To The World

The Life That’s a Witness To The World Text: Philippians 2:14-16 Have you ever wanted to win a soul to Christ? How important is it to you that souls are won for the Saviour? Are you content to relax upon the sovereignty of God without any emotion toward perishing souls? I believe you value the lost. But I wonder how much. You may value the lost enough to pray for them,…

The Self-Denial of Spiritual Unity

The Self-Denial of Spiritual Unity Text: Philippians 2:2-4 In a letter to Archbishop Cranmer in April 1552, John Calvin wrote of his vision of church unity. “Amongst the greatest evils of our century must be counted the fact that the churches are so divided one from another that there is scarcely even a human relationship between us; at all events there is not the shining…

Signs of a Heavenly People

Signs of a Heavenly People Text: Phil 1:27-28 Last week we saw that Paul uses the language of v27 to remind them of the obligations they had as people who participate in a society, which in this case, is the society of believers whose strongest ties are in heaven. Now the unity of those who are citizens of heaven is going to be repeatedly enforced by Paul over the next…

The Christian Motive Text

The Christian Motive Text Text: Philippians 1:22-26 The sovereignty of God is the most comforting doctrine for the child of God. To be able to rest in the knowledge that God knows best and that nothing can or will thwart His purposes either in a general sense, or towards each of His people as individuals. One of the reasons I find it so comforting is because I’m regularly…

The Christian Motto Text

The Christian Motto Text Text: Philippians 1:21 One of the great testimonies to the reality of the resurrection of Jesus Christ, is the radical transformation of the followers of the Lord Jesus Christ. Those of you who know the gospel records will be aware of the sadness that gripped the heart of the disciples and followers of the Lord when the knowledge of Christ’s death…