Sermons on Philippians (Page 2)
Text:: Philippians 3:1–11 Main Point: Saving faith is more than a “decision” for Jesus, it is an all-consuming pursuit of satisfaction and joy in Jesus.
Text: Philippians 3:1–3 Main Idea: Confidence before God is not achieved through external identity markers, it is forever anchored in your identity in Jesus Christ.
Text: Philippians 2:19–30 Main Idea: Honor and imitate humble gospel servants because they truly reflect the mind of Christ.
Text: Philippians 2:14–18 Main Idea: God’s New Covenant children must work out their salvation with fear and trembling by consciously avoiding Israel’s failures.
Text: Philippians 2:12–13 Main Idea: If you really understand who Jesus is and what he has done for you, work out the salvation that he has already worked in you!
Text: Philippians 2:1-11 Question: “How does the gospel free me to find joy in the humble service of brothers and sisters in Christ who have deeply hurt me or someone I love?”
Text: Philippians 2:5–11 Main Idea: The gospel frees us to find joy in the humble service of others.
Text: Philippians 2:1–4 Main Idea: The joy of Christian unity begins with you.
Text: Philippians 1:29-30 Main Question: How is mission-focus and fearless faith in the face of gospel opposition a ‘clear sign’ from Godthat oppressors will be destroyed and that suffering believers will be saved? Main Idea (answer): Faith in Jesus and suffering for Jesus are divine gifts that demonstrate you truly belong to Jesus.
Text: Philippians 1:27–30