When You Pray
Douglas Vaughan • Crosspoint Community Church • Sermon • • 25 views • 31:07
Jesus is the great king who came to serve us. He came to give His life as a ransom for many. As such, Jesus is worthy. He is wise. He is mighty. He is able. Jesus hears us, and He knows what we need. Jesus knows what’s best. So, when we pray, Jesus answers in ways that show His great love for us. And He answers in ways that show our great need for Him.
To Live is Christ
Douglas Vaughan • Crosspoint Community Church • Sermon • • 8 views • 35:18
Through faith in Him, we know Christ and become like Christ. We live for Christ. We follow Christ. We press on. We press on because Christ Jesus has made us His own. We press on with our focus on Christ. We live with joy. We worship by the Spirit of God. We glory in Christ. We don’t count on our own efforts to save us. We count everything as loss because of the surpassing worth of knowing Christ Jesus our Lord. We press on toward the goal for the prize of the upward call of God in Christ Jesus.
So You Can Be Certain
Douglas Vaughan • Crosspoint Community Church • Sermon • • 5 views • 38:16
When you know who God is, and you know all He’s done for you, then you’re going to praise Him. You’ll make much of Him. So, do we make much of God? Do we point others to God? Do we encourage others’ faith in God? Do we speak timely words about God’s work? Do we notice God’s work in our midst? Do we make haste to be part of His work? Do we join God in what He’s doing? Do we hear His word? Do we obey His word? Do we praise God? From the depths of our being, do we magnify Him?
To Live is Christ
Douglas Vaughan • Crosspoint Community Church • Sermon • • 4 views • 29:49
Keep this in mind is more than a nice slogan. It’s a constant and needed call for the follower of Christ to think and act like Christ. In the passage before us, Paul urges the church in Philippi to work at their unity. He’s shown that external strife is a serious threat to church unity (1:27-30), and Paul now shows that internal strife is a serious threat to church unity. Paul wants them to work together. He calls them to be of the same mind. What does Paul want them to keep in mind?