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January 2020 | Grace Reformed Church

Sermon, January 26, 2020

What's on Your Resume?

We continue on now to Philippians chapter 3, having spent a wonderful two months in chapter 2. I hope you enjoyed the journey as much as I did! We have this great and healthy practice in the Reformed tradition of what we call lectio continua, in case you didn’t know that is what we’re doing. It’s the Latin term we use for the act of preaching straight through books of the Bible from beginning to end.

Sermon, January 19, 2020

The Family, the Body

Today we’re going to finish up chapter 2 of Philippians, actually so far this will be the longest text that we’ve attempted to cover in a single sermon, and if you’ve read ahead (which I of course encourage you to do) you probably noticed that this next section, the close of chapter 2 may seem a bit perfunctory, or at the very least not brimming with theological truths as some of the previous passages have been.

Sermon, January 12, 2020

Lights in the World

We return today again to the book of Philippians, chapter 2, and the passage for today, verses 14-18, represents the close of what we would call the meat of the letter, the primary instruction, this section that began back at verse 27 of chapter 1. We saw last week how verses 12 and 13, just before, point all the way back to that original instruction. Paul has taken a few diversions, and then he returns to his primary imperative. And as we read it in a second here, you’ll see how what follows is an extension of that idea, Paul works it out a bit into a few more specifics.

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Sun. 1/17
Living Waters

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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Sun. 1/10
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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Sun. 1/3
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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Sun. 12/27
Why Was Jesus Born in 4 BC?

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Sun. 1/24, 9:30 am