Sermons by Rev Nathan Muse
Philippians 1:18-26: The Priority of the Gospel
One of the most famous lines in the entire New Testament is found in Philippians 1:21 “For me to live is Christ, and to die is gain.” But what exactly does the Apostle mean? How does Christ change a person’s life and change the way they look at death. The explanation of this passage helps to answer these questions and it also provides a litmus test for genuine Christianity.
Philippians 1:12-18: The Progress of the Gospel
Paul, the great preacher and missionary, has been thrown in jail. Yet, he says that the gospel is still progressing. But how can the gospel continue to advance in such challenging circumstances? Paul gives us the answer.
Philippians 1:7-11: Partakers in the Gospel
How can a Christian participate in the gospel? Paul tells us the answer in a prayer he wrote to the Philippian Christians. It involves discerning love and application to real life. Hear the four elements Paul gives in order to partake in the Gospel.
Fulfil Your Ministry – An Ordination Sermon
2 Timothy 4:3-5
Philippians 1:1-7: The Life of God in the Soul of Man (The affections of the Gospel)
What is it about a group of Christians that can give their former pastor such confidence in them even as he sits in a jail cell? What gave Paul confidence in the Philippian Christians can be true of individuals today as well. Come see the characteristics of true Christians as we begin our study of the book of Philippians.
Psalm 63: Light in the Darkest Night, The Excellencies of God’s Love
What can give light and hope in the darkest of circumstances? David underwent just such deep valleys in his own life. Psalm 63 was written during just such a challenging time and in it, he gives the answer for how we can have hope and where we should turn when all seems against us.
Preach the Word – An Ordination Sermon
2 Timothy 4:1-2