The Resonance of Rejoicing
The Resonance of Rejoicing
Philippians 2:14-18
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Sunday Morning Service,  November 22, 2009

In his letter to the Philippians, Paul often rejoices and encourages others to rejoice. In this text, we see that rejoicing is not merely one of several Christian virtues, but that it has real and visible implications for the church’s life in the Lord. Paul tells them that to stop ‘complaining’ (2:14) and to ‘rejoice’ (2:18) impacts their life lived for Christ in three crucial ways.

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