Agree in the Lord
Cities Church Exhortations
by Jonathan Parnell
1d ago
In this sermon on Philippians 4:2-3, Pastor Jonathan Parnell highlights three observations in these verses that are relevant for our life together as a local church. With the disagreement between Euodia and Syntyche, Paul teaches us that local church unity really matters, it is owned by everyone, and local church members’ names are written in the book of life ..read more
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Agree in the Lord
Cities Church Exhortations
by Jonathan Parnell
1w ago
In this sermon on Philippians 4:2-3, Pastor Jonathan Parnell highlights three observations in these verses that are relevant for our life together as a local church. With the disagreement between Euodia and Syntyche, Paul teaches us that local church unity really matters, it is owned by everyone, and local church members’ names are written in the book of life ..read more
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Our Homeland Now Is Heaven
Cities Church Exhortations
by David Mathis
2w ago
In this sermon on Philippians 3:20-4:1, Pastor David Mathis expounds upon Paul’s contrast between enemies of the cross (v.19) and those who are friends of the cross and citizens of heaven. As Christians, our true place of belonging is in heaven and it is real, right now. We marvel at the power of our king, anticipate the spectacular upgrade of our bodies, and wait eagerly to see Jesus face to face ..read more
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Imitate Those Who Walk Well
Cities Church Exhortations
by Mike Schumann
3w ago
In this sermon, Pastor Mike Schumann expounds upon Philippians 3:15-19 in which Paul entreats the Philippians to think in a way that says: ‘I’m a member of God’s true people, because of Christ, who is my treasure. And I’m not there yet, but I am pressing on.’ A mature Christian thinks this way. Paul entreats us to imitate those who have walked the Christian life well ..read more
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For the Journey
Cities Church Exhortations
by Jonathan Parnell
1M ago
In this sermon, Pastor Jonathan Parnell expounds upon Philippians 3:12-14. There are three things here that the Christian should remember as we progress and mature in our journey of the Christian life. Let’s press on to lay hold of Jesus Christ ..read more
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I Want to Know Christ
Cities Church Exhortations
by David Mathis
1M ago
In this sermon, Pastor David Mathis expounds upon Philippians 3:9-11 in which Paul teaches justification by faith alone. We are fully accepted by God in Jesus, and we will one day fully know Jesus and be satisfied in him forever. We know Jesus even now, and we want to know him more. Knowing Jesus will change us. We become more like him. In triumph and sufferings – we want to echo Christ’s heart and mind ..read more
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Because of Christ
Cities Church Exhortations
by Jonathan Parnell
1M ago
In this sermon, Pastor Jonathan Parnell expounds upon Philippians 3:3-9 in which Paul counts everything as loss because of Christ. Jesus Christ is the only true savior. We cannot be righteous by our own merit. The only way God accepts you is by looking at you and seeing something not of you. Jesus is the only one who gets you God, if it’s God that you want ..read more
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Easter Safety
Cities Church Exhortations
by David Mathis
1M ago
In this sermon, on Resurrection Sunday, Pastor David Mathis expounds upon Philippians 3:1-3. Easter is the highpoint of our rejoicing in the risen Christ. These verses have three threats, and so here are three safeties for us as we put our confidence in the risen Christ ..read more
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God Himself in Me to Work
Cities Church Exhortations
by David Mathis
2M ago
In this sermon, Pastor David Mathis expounds upon Philippians 2:12-18 in which Paul turns from Jesus's obedience and reward to ours. We have God in us not only to will, but to work! And all this stands on the rock of God’s own joy, his delight, his good pleasure. He is not reluctant in helping us fight sin and pursue Christlikeness ..read more
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The Example of Jesus
Cities Church Exhortations
by Jonathan Parnell
2M ago
In this sermon, Pastor Jonathan Parnell expounds upon Philippians 2:5-11 which has been called not only the centerpiece of Philippians, but even the centerpiece of the entire New Testament. We must look to Jesus to know humility. The example of Jesus shows us true humility and it changes the way we see life in this world ..read more
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