Paul commands believers to give up grumbling. Paul, no stranger to trials and difficulties, calls us to replace sinful grumbling with thanksgiving – for our joy and God’s glory.
These vital verses tell us how we are to work zealously to become who we are in Christ, at the same time being totally dependent on His mighty power.
Philippians 2:9 – 11
What does it mean that “Jesus is Lord”? Do you understand the implications of this weighty confession/ Do you live accordingly? Are you comforted by this glorious truth.
Three aspects of Christ’s exaltation to stir you up to make yourself low, to be like Christ in His humility – for the sake of unity in the church, for your joy, and for the glory of God.
Christ humbled Himself and was obedient to the point of death. What does His obedience prove?
Three truths about Christ given that we might follow His example of humility, for the sake of the unity of the local church.
Due to technical difficulties the first 4 minutes of the sermon did not record in which the scripture verse was read.
Can you say, ‘For to me to live is Christ’? What are you most passionate about? What are you living for? Only as you see the glory of Christ in the gospel will you treasure Him above all other things. This passage gives us four characteristics that demonstrate a person treasures Christ.
This passage gives us the call to obedience, and the motive and the practice, so that we might trust and obey our gracious God.
Due to technical difficulties the introduction of this sermon wasn’t recorded. If you need any background information, on Deuteronomy six, to fully follow the sermon, please contact pastor Richard Peskett at Nelspruit Bible Church.
The conversion of the thief on the Cross gives us valuable lessons on the need and the nature of forgiveness found in Christ.