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For Good Pleasure

08/15/10

Speaker: Matthew Molesky

Passage: Philippians 2:12–2:18

Category: Biblical

Series: Living By The Spirit

Description: Maybe the Biblical exhortation, command really, to live a life worthy of the Gospel does not feel life-giving to you. Maybe, because of sin, you've lived - feel like you are living now - a life that feels decidedly un-worthy. So what of the promise of the abundant, joy-filled life? How do you live for His, and your, good pleasure?

The Sufficiency of Christ

08/08/10

Speaker: C. Ryan Griffith

Passage: Philippians 3:2–2:16

Category: Stand-Alone Sermon (not part of a series)

Description: Paul warns the Philippians to watch out for “the dogs” – teachers who encourage a misplaced confidence in self-wrought righteousness, instead of depending wholly on the work and righteousness of Christ.

Why Your God of Love Sent You Here

08/01/10

Speaker: Sam Crabtree

Passage: Romans 8:28–8:28

Category: Stand-Alone Sermon (not part of a series)

Description: God placed us in this world to be conformed into the image of His Son, Jesus Christ. And he uses all things, especially suffering, to mold us into His character.

Test The Spirits

07/25/10

Speaker: C. Ryan Griffith

Passage: 1 John 3:1–4:6

Category: Biblical

Series: Stand Alone Sermon (not part of a series)

Description: The world we live in is filled with conflicting Truth claims. How can we know what is right? By testing the spirits and determining if they give Glory to Jesus Christ.

I Do It All For The Sake of the Gospel, Part 2

07/18/10

Speaker: Matthew Molesky

Passage: 1 Corinthians 9:1–10:13

Category: Biblical

Series: Living By The Spirit

Description: We need an accurate picture of the self and its desires, and we won't find it in the self-help aisle at Barnes and Noble's. In this message, we take a close look at the harsh picture of the powerful and sin-ridden self. The question now is: how do we control it?

God is My Salvation

07/11/10

Speaker: Marshall Segal

Passage: Isaiah 12:1–12:6

Category: Stand-Alone Sermon (not part of a series)

Description: God is our only hope. Through Jesus, all of his Anger is turned away, and He becomes our comforter. More than that, he becomes our everlasting Joy!

I Do It All For The Sake of the Gospel, Part 1

07/04/10

Speaker: Matthew Molesky

Passage: 1 Corinthians 9:1–10:13

Category: Biblical

Series: Living By The Spirit

Description: In this sermon that has us nearing the end of our series on Living by the Spirit, we find ourselves considering self-control. In this first of at least two sermons on the topic, Paul gently admonishes and shares with us that our aim in life is critical to the issue of self-discipline. What defines your life?

Spirit-ual? Restore One Another In Gentleness

06/27/10

Speaker: Matthew Molesky

Passage: Galatians 5:16–6:1

Category: Biblical

Series: Living By The Spirit

Description: The promise of the Spirit for every believer means that we are the "spirit-ual." But this is not some private, mystical experience! The very first concern for Paul after describing our Spirit-uality is to apply it to the restoration of those around us, in a spirit of gentleness.

Our Faithfulness Is Found In Jesus

06/20/10

Speaker: Matthew Molesky

Passage: 2 Peter 1:1–1:21

Category: Biblical

Series: Living By The Spirit

Description: The great temptation in the Christian life is to move past this simple truth: Every good thing we've ever done, every good thing we will ever accomplish, the very faith that births it all - is found in our God and Savior Jesus Christ. Peter's deep desire is to stir us up to remember this. Our faithfulness is found in Jesus.

We Are His Masterpiece

06/13/10

Speaker: Matthew Molesky

Passage: Ephesians 2:1–2:10

Category: Biblical

Series: Living By The Spirit

Description: Most of us desire lives marked by goodness, but most of us also feel we are constantly falling short of it. What if our pursuit has been fundamentally flawed?

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