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SERMONS & MEDIA ON PHILIPPIANS

Our sermon ideas on Philippians will help you preach a powerful message on the generous example of the Philippian church. Preach on topics including imitating Christ, the sufficiency of knowing Jesus as Lord, and the provision of God. Prepare your messages on God's Word in Philippians with sermon outlines or an entire sermon series.


PHILIPPIANS SERMON OUTLINES

by Kerry Shook

It's great to be back. I'll tell ya. I missed you guys so much. It's great to be back from my annual July study break. I was at a conference of European pastors and missionaries from all over the world, but I want you to know - it's good to know what God is doing around the world, but there is no place like Fellowship of The Woodlands. I love this church. There...

by Adrian Rogers

The book of Philippians, chapter three. As we're preaching through Philippians and I don't know about you but I'm having a good time in the book of Philippians. And we begin reading in verse one. Do you have it? If you don't look on with a neighbor. "Finally, my brethren, rejoice in the Lord. To write the same things to you, to me indeed is not grievous, but for...

by Ernest Easley

We are learning these days from the book of Philippians the secret to continual joy! For if there was anything we need more of these days it is JOY! Knowing that the joy of the LORD is our strength .. we should all want this JOY FOR THE JOURNEY. So take your Bible and join me for a few minutes in Philippians 2 beginning in verse 19 as we pick up where...

by Jerry Vines

In 1900 a major company in America did a survey and asked people how many things they would have to have in order to be happy. In 1900 people said that in order to be happy they had to have a minimum of 72 things. In 1950 the same company did the same survey and asked the same question. In 1950 people said in order to be happy they had to have a...

by Jonathan McLeod

Before Christ came to earth, He occupied the HIGHEST POSITION. He is EQUAL with God the Father. Who, being in very nature God (v. 6a). Who, being in the form [morphe] of God (KJV). "If 'form of God' implies anything less than fully God, then 'form of a bondservant' in Philippians 2:7 would have to mean that on earth Christ was something less than a servant. But...

by Stuart Briscoe

The Love of Life. v. 1. N.B. "Dearly beloved", lit. Divinely loved. Originated by God's love to them. Romans 5:8. Demonstrated by God's love in Paul-"longed for." Consummated by God's life in each-brothers. The Joy of Life. v. 1. N.B. People were Paul's joy. He enjoyed meeting people. He enjoyed influencing people. He enjoyed leading...

by Rick Ferguson

Tonight we come to our final message and study from the book Philippians. We have studied this book under the theme--"How to stay positive under pressure." We have tried to analyze the spiritual resources of the Apostle Paul, who is the author of this marvelous book. The thing that amazes me about Philippians is the fact that it is a joyful, optimistic...

by Fred Lowery

We're so glad you're here for the service this morning. We had dinner last night with Carlos and Sylvia Garcia and they have an incredible ministry in Juarez and we've been going there as a church for over 10 years to do different things at different times. And I think they're going to talk in a Sunday School class. Are they in this service, Carlos? Stand up so they can...

by Daniel Rodgers

INTRODUCTION: The book of Philippians is a book written by Paul in order to encourage and exhort the brethren. What's interesting is that Paul was writing from a prison cell, and here he is encouraging others. When we think we have it so bad, we need to be reminded that there is always someone who has it worse than we do. From the four verses I have...

by Larry Osborne

How it all started: Acts 16:6-40/ Philippians 1:7, 13. Third choice. A tough start. From bad to worse. A Statement of Confidence. Philippians 1:3-8. Notice the "what" AND the "why": An incredibly important principle: The Bible wasn't written to us, it was written for us! A Prayer for Discerning Love. Philippians 1:9-11. The loving thing is not always the obvious...