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Sermons on Sin

Philippians 2:1-11 from April 5, 2020

We keep it simple and look at three ways to respond to this remarkable reading, a hymn of the ancient church, today: We are to contemplate what Christ has done, become a people who witness what Christ has done, and learn to live what Christ has done.

Hebrews 12:18-29 from August 25, 2019

We shift, with Hebrews, from faith to holiness. Coming to recognize that Christ is the perfecter of our life and faith, we discuss our call to respond to the sanctifying work of Christ by allowing ourselves to be made holy.

Philippians 3:4b-14 from April 7, 2019

Paul tells us that despite being the epitome of an honorable person, a good Jew, he “counts it all as loss” because of Christ. What does it mean to count it all as loss? We find that only in giving up our accomplishments do they have any value at all.