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Fighting for Joy, Growing in Humility, Knowing Christ and the Peace that Passes Understanding: A Study of Philippians

The Lord's Day Morning

May 27, 2007

Philippians 1:12-20

“For the Greater Progress of the Gospel”

Dr. J. Ligon Duncan III

Amen. If you have your Bibles, I'd invite you to turn with me to Philippians, chapter one, as we continue to study our way through this great letter. Let me ask you to look especially at verses 9-11, the last part of the passage we studied together...

To the End of the Earth

The Lord's Day Evening

January 14, 2007

Acts 12:1-19a

To the End of the Earth

The Great Escape

Dr. Derek W. H. Thomas

Now turn with me if you would in your Bibles to The Acts of the Apostles. We began last Lord's Day evening to pick up once again our exposition of Acts that had been on a Wednesday evening for a few months, and last week...

2 Timothy

The Lord's Day Morning

March 6, 2005
II Timothy 1:8-11
“Finding Grace in Prison”
Dr. Derek W. H. Thomas

Now turn with me, if you would, to II Timothy, chapter one. We continue in this series on the Pastoral Epistles that Dr. Duncan began some time ago, and just recently we've begun in II Timothy. We’ll be reading from verse 8 through to verse 11. Before we do...

Genesis: The Foundations of the Faith

Genesis 40:1-23 Joseph Imprisoned

If you have your Bibles, I'd invite you to turn with me to Genesis, chapter 40. As we have been looking these last few weeks in the life of Joseph it has struck us that in the overarching scheme of what God is doing in the life of Joseph, He is on the one hand telling us here in these passages...

Genesis: The Foundations of the Faith

Genesis 39:1-23 Success, Loyalty and Betrayal

If you have your Bibles, I'd invite you to turn with me to Genesis 39. The last few weeks we have been doing our first studies in the final section of the book of Genesis in chapters 37 through 50 and the story of the life of Joseph. And we've said several times now that two things are important...

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