In Christ Alone — Philippians 3:1‑11

The doctrine of justification is crucial in understanding the gospel — and in loving our savior. The realization that our righteousness depends entirely on what Jesus has accomplished for us on the cross should fan the flame of our love for Him.

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Two Exemplary Men — Philippians 2:19‑30

We need to recapture the notion of Biblical friendship. In this sermon on Philippians, Pastor Nate Harlan shows us that Timothy and Epaphroditus put Christ’s interests above their own by being genuinely concerned for the church, Christ’s primary interest.

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God Working in You — Philippians 2:12‑13

God does all that pleases Him and it is God’s good pleasure to work in us. And the power that brought Christ from the grave is the same power at work in His people, despite our weakness, emotions, and sin. Hear Pastor Nate Harlan apply these truths to the Christian life.

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The Glorification of the God-Man — Philippians 2:9‑11

Why did God exalt Christ? Jesus was not seeking glory for himself. He was already equal to the Father before suffering the humiliation of His incarnation. Instead, everything Christ did was for his people’s benefit. Listen to Pastor Nate Harlan’s encouraging sermon on the glorification of Jesus.

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Part Two: The Humiliation of Christ — Philippians 2:1‑11

How we live flows directly from how we believe. And one of the most important beliefs we have is the doctrine of Christ: Who is Jesus and what does that mean for us? Pastor Nate Harlan shows how important it is that Christ became a man just like us in every respect.

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Part One: Christ’s Example of Humility — Philippians 2:1‑11

John Calvin said that strife and vain-glory are the “two most dangerous pests for disturbing the peace of the Church.” How does the church battle these sins? By looking to Christ’s example of humility and striving for true unity.

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To Live Is Christ, and To Die Is Gain — Philippians 1:19‑26

No one likes to think about dying. Death is loss and separation. But the Apostle Paul flips the narrative by saying death is gain because through it, he gains Christ. If we also see death as deliverance, we, like Paul, can live lives of fearlessness.

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Speak Without Fear — Philippians 1:12‑18

In our politically correct culture, where it is impolite to call out wickedness, Christians are tempted to be shamed into silence about the gospel. But the Apostle Paul says we don’t get to play it safe. We are called to be fearless in speaking the truth.

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True Love Discerns — Philippians 1:7‑11

In our day and age, love is often defined as undiscerning acceptance. In one sense, this is good, but it is woefully incomplete. If we are to abound more and more in the love of Christ, the church must discern between truth and error, and between good and evil.

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The Source of Our Confidence — Philippians 1:1‑6

Salvation, from start to finish, is the work of God, not the work of man. Through this work, God glorifies himself. Thus, our confidence must not be in ourselves, but in God, because “he who began a good work in you will bring it to completion at the day of Jesus Christ.”

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