Series: Songs For A Solemn Season (2 of 2) by Stuart Briscoe

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NOTE: This sermon is part 3 and 4 of a 4 part sermon series. Two sermons outlines are included in this download.


Part 3: The Song of the Exalted Lord
Series: Songs For A Solemn Season
Stuart Briscoe
Philippians 2:5-11

There is good reason to believe that Philippians 2:5 11 is a fragment of one of the liturgical hymns used in the first century church. Whether Paul wrote it or quoted it we do not know but there is no mistaking its message or its special application to both the church at Philippi and to us.

I. Attitudes Need to Be Addressed.

A. Tension in the church.
1. Envy and rivalry. 1:15

2. Personality conflicts. 4:2

B. Harmony in the church.
1. Reasons for being harmony conscious. 2:1
a. Encouragement of relationship.

b. Comfort of love.

c. Fellowship with the Spirit.

d. Personal maturity.

2. Actions that lead to harmony. 2:2 4
a. Building on commonality.
i. Same mind.

ii. Same love.


Part 4: The Song of Heaven
Series: Songs For A Solemn Season
Stuart Briscoe
Revelation 4:1-5:14

While many of the details of life in heaven are left unstated in Scripture, we do know that singing will be part of the scene. We do not have the music but we do have the lyrics so we can start practicing now.

I. The First Stanza. 4:8

A. The singers-four living creatures.

B. The subject-Lord God Almighty.

C. The song-an expression of reverence.
1. The holiness of God.

2. The powerfulness of God.
a. Lord.

b. God.

c. Almighty.

3. The Eternalness of God.
a. Was-history.

b. Is-reality.
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