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    To the Citizens of Heaven - Philippians 1:1-11

    Originally preached on September – October 2014

    Many Christians today look to the book of Acts for guidelines on church life and function. The truth is a better model is found in Philippians. Paul writes to Philippian believers with an affection rarely seen in his other letters, and even from his opening lines it is apparent that there is something drastically different about this body of believers. So what exactly set them apart? In this series of messages, Stephen Davey explores why the church in Philippi was a model in the first century . . . and why they remain a model for us today.

    Scripture References

    • Philippians 1:1
    • Philippians 1:1
    • Philippians 1:1
    • Philippians 1:10 - 11
    • Philippians 1:2
    • Philippians 1:3 - 7
    • Philippians 1:8 - 9
  • Moving Forward - Philippians 1:12-30

    Originally preached on November 2014 – January 2015

    Have you ever wondered what was your primary purpose in life?  Does it vary from Christian to Christian . . . from season of life to yet another season?  And while we’re at it, how does God expect the Christian to handle one difficult step after another?  And just how do we actually make progress as we work through the changes and challenges?  All this, and more, as Paul delivers some classic statements . . . texts that are intended to move us all forward!

    Scripture References

    • Philippians 1:12 - 14
    • Philippians 1:15 - 18
    • Philippians 1:19 - 20
    • Philippians 1:21 - 16
    • Philippians 1:23
    • Philippians 1:27
    • Philippians 1:27
    • Philippians 1:28 - 30
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    Four Rights Jesus Gave Up - Philippians 2

    Originally preached on December 1992

    What did God give up in order to become a man? What rights did He set aside for our sake? The answer is as humbling as it is amazing.

    Scripture References

    • Philippians 2
  • Humility - Philippians 2:1-30

    Originally preached on February – May 2015

    The only thing more baffling to me than the pride of man is the humility of God. God literally stooped so low in His incarnation, life, suffering, and death that even our most selfless, heroic acts barely scratch the surface of what He willingly endured. So how can we begin to model His impossible example? What will His humility look like when applied to our daily lives? Stephen unpacks the Apostle Paul’s inspired description, illustration, and application of humility.

    Scripture References

    • Philippians 2:1 - 2
    • Philippians 2:12 - 13
    • Philippians 2:14 - 15
    • Philippians 2:16 - 18
    • Philippians 2:19 - 22
    • Philippians 2:19
    • Philippians 2:2 - 4
    • Philippians 2:23 - 24
    • Philippians 2:25 - 30
    • Philippians 2:5 - 8
    • Philippians 2:7 - 8
    • Philippians 2:8
    • Philippians 2:9 - 11
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    Aiming Higher - Philippians 3:1-4:1

    Originally preached on May 2015 – February 2016

    If you’ve reached the point in your life where you think you’ve done enough for God, think again. Paul planted churches, spent years on the mission field, suffered beatings, shipwrecks, and riots, yet it still wasn’t enough for him. Why? Because his ambition wasn’t for his own glory; it was for God’s. In this study, Stephen challenges us to consider what our lives would look like if Paul’s singular ambition marked us as well.

    Scripture References

    • Philippians 3:1 - 3
    • Philippians 3:10 - 11
    • Philippians 3:12 - 14
    • Philippians 3:15 - 17
    • Philippians 3:18 - 20
    • Philippians 3:20 - 4:1
    • Philippians 3:4 - 9
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