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Sermons on Philippians

Below you’ll find a library of sermons using Philippians as a primary text. Other Bible texts in addition to Philippians may be used in each sermon as well. All of the sermons on represent some of the best preaching in the world today. We pray you’ll find these to be a helpful resource in your own preaching and teaching.
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  • Michael A. Milton, Ph.D.
    (December 2013)
    When everything seems to be falling apart, where there's no security, when threats prevail, you can be sure God is an awesome God in whom we can be optimistic.
  • Matt Chandler
    (October 2013)
    Are you humble in your pursuits? Do you strive after the things of this world? Or do you seek God, His will, the cross and Christ's good pleasure?
  • H.B. Charles Jr.
    (November 2012)
    The work of salvation already has been completed on the cross where Jesus died. To be saved and enter eternal life, all one has to do is receive the gift that was given on the very first Christmas.
  • Dennis Phelps
    (February 2012)
  • Mike Glenn
    (February 2012)
    Decisiveness matters. Make a firm decision and stick with it.
  • David O. Dykes
    (November 2011)
    The 6-year-old kids in their Sunday School class were re-enacting the story of the birth of Jesus. The teacher wanted them to stage it themselves based on their own made-up script, so it was certainly interesting. They had three Marys, two Josephs, six shepherds, two wise guys and one boy who played the cow. Another boy decided he would be the doctor who would deliver the baby. The teacher consented, so the little doctor went back behind the manger, picked up the doll and carefully wrapped him in...
  • H. Mark Abbott
    (October 2008)
    In this sermon, which focuses on God's provision of manna for his people, Thanksgiving is our response to grace. Thanksgiving humbly acknowledges: "God how good You are to me!" Thanksgiving is responding to God's grace even in the midst of trouble. "In everything," Paul wrote, "give thanks." Not necessarily for everything, but in every situation, give thanks for who God is.
  • Marvin A. McMickle
    (January 2008)
    In almost every area of human endeavor it is understood and usually expected that people will make every effort to move upward toward higher and higher levels of standing and status in their various activities. In the world of work as well as in our personal financial condition, the desired direction is always upward.
  • Bill Bouknight
    (September 2006)
    A grasshopper, even a big one, is still a grasshopper. We feel like one when our fears and problems dominate our thinking.
  • Brett Webb-Mitchell
    (November 2005)
    Malachi 3:1-4; Luke 1:68-79; Philippians 1:3-11; Luke 3:1-6 In our watchfulness for the coming of the Christ-child, this is the Sunday for John the Baptizer, one of God's last Old Testament prophets, and the original whistle blower. But then again, who among the prophets is not a...
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