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Sermon, December 22, 2019

And He Shall Come Again

So we come to the end of the Christ-hymn, on this, the fourth Sunday in Advent, and it is so appropriate for our last message before we celebrate Christmas, because in these two verses, Paul is going to bring us to the point where we are right now in time. To recap briefly with the idea of time in mind, what we have already looked at is all in the past.

Sermon, December 15, 2019

The Obedience of the Death of Christ

Originally preached on

January 20, 2008

Philippians 2:8

Fighting for Joy, Growing in Humility,

Knowing Christ and the Peace that Passes Understanding: A Study of Philippians

“The Obedience of the Death of Christ”

Dr. J. Ligon Duncan III

(Shared with the congregation of Grace Reformed Church on Dec. 15, 2019)

 

Sermon, December 8, 2019

The Christ Hymn

We continue today, on this second Sunday in Advent, in the book of Philippians, chapter 2. It’s the third week that we’ll be looking at the “Christ-hymn,” here in verses 5-11, and it deserves that kind of attention, because here Paul is dwelling on the reality of Christ, who he is, and what he has done as our savior, and he even looks to the future, what is yet to come.

Sermon, December 1, 2019

The Deity of Christ

You’ll notice today that we have a fairly brief text. As I said last week, we’re taking the time to dwell on the various pieces of the Christ Hymn over the next few weeks. We had a broad overview of the Christ hymn last week. To review briefly, before we get to the actual text of today, concerning Jesus as the “God man,” you’ll remember that last week we saw how great, overwhelming, an example of humility Christ was and is.

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We turn this morning again to the gospel of John. We’ve finished with chapter 3, one of the most often-quoted chapters of scripture in the entire bible, and it is remarkable what we’ve uncovered so far.

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Too High to Comprehend, Yet So Simple

We have the joy again this morning of coming to God’s Word. To open it, to read it, to study it, to unfold the truths that it has for us, and to apply it to our lives. It’s been another tough week in our lives as a nation, thinking especially about goings-on at the national political level.

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On Celebrity

Happy New Year to everyone! I want to thank you for allowing me the time to be gone last week. I was a little disappointed to spend so much planned time off as a healthy person in quarantine, but alas, these are the times we live in!

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