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Technicolor Joy: A Study through Philippians
In the series Technicolor Joy: A Study through Philippians, we learn how to find joy in the most unlikely places as we discover that God can add color to the most black and white moments in life.
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50 Philippians - 1999
The theme of Philippians is being like Christ. Skip Heitzig expounds on its teachings about the dual citizenship of the believer, and belonging to the Kingdom of God while living on this earth.
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50 Philippians - 1986
Though the apostle Paul wrote Philippians from a prison cell in Rome, he encouraged the church at Philippi to give thanks and rejoice in all circumstances. He also called them to reject legalism, live...
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Technicolor Joy: A Study through Philippians

In the series Technicolor Joy: A Study through Philippians, we learn how to find joy in the most unlikely places as we discover that God can add color to the most black and white moments in life.

 
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A Joy Unexpected
Philippians 1:1
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Life doesn’t have to be easy to be joyful. In fact, ease of living and joy of heart have little to do with each other. Joy is not the absence of trouble but rather the presence of Jesus. Paul’s letter to the church at Philippi is a letter dripping with joy and surprisingly so—it’s not what anyone would expect given the circumstances surrounding the author and the recipients. As we dip our toes into the joyful waters of this epistle, it’s my prayer that your smile will grow bigger and your heart will become lighter.
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4/30/2017
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News Flash: You’re a Saint!
Philippians 1:1-2
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You've heard it before. Someone excuses his or her crude behavior by saying something like, "Well, I'm no saint, but I do the best I can." Or, "She's so wonderful; she's a saint!" The idea most folks have is that saints are those who've died and attain special status because of their unusual accomplishments while they lived on earth. Nothing could have been further from Paul's mind when he wrote this letter to living "saints." I hope you're one.
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5/7/2017
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The Family Business
Philippians 1:3-8
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No matter what you may do for a living, there is a higher purpose for your life. No matter what you do for work, God is at work in you and through you. You may have a career in mind, but God has a calling in mind. These are not contradictory paths but complementary ones. The apostle Paul assured his audience of God's work collectively, personally, and practically. We are the objects as well as the instruments of God's work in the world.
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5/14/2017
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Pray for Love
Philippians 1:9-11
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Love is the subject of more songs than any other topic. It's a word that falls off countless lips effortlessly and often without thought. But as someone noted, "One of the great illusions of our time is that love is self-sustaining. It is not. Love must be fed and nurtured, constantly renewed." The great apostle Paul had a deep love for the Philippian believers, and they for him. But love must be understood and developed intelligently. On this Mother's Day, when we celebrate the unique love of a mom, let's also consider how our love can become mature and God-honoring.
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5/21/2017
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The Happy Prisoner
Philippians 1:12-14
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What does it take to steal your joy? To answer that question honestly, you would need to discover what you're passionate about--what drives you and what your expectations of life are. Why is this so important? Because things won't always go your way. Unfavorable winds will toss the ship of your life around on the ocean of circumstances and heartbreaks. What do you need then? The right perspective! Let's learn these truths from Paul's prison cell in Rome.
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6/11/2017
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Pest Control
Philippians 1:15-18
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Every group—whether it’s a club, a corporation, a homeowner association, or a church—has its share of problem people and detractors. Such can be touchy, irritable, irrational, unreasonable, contentious, or legalistic. Their words may hurt us deeply. Their actions may confuse us greatly. So how do we handle these pesky folks? Most importantly, what should we do or not do with those who name the name of Christ but act like pests?
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6/25/2017
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Can You Predict Your Future?
Philippians 1:18-21
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If you were going to sit down and write a short description of what you wanted your future to look like, what words would you choose? Let me suggest four that come straight out of Paul's experience: joy, confidence, hope, and life. After musing over past events that brought him to prison, Paul looks ahead to his uncertain future. But these four words sum up what he expected his future to include--even if it meant his possible execution.
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7/9/2017
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Living on Earth; Longing for Heaven
Philippians 1:22-26
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Knowing what Paul knew about heaven made him think very differently about earth. As Thomas Watson said, "Spiritual things satisfy; the more of heaven is in us, the less earth will content us." It's like a kid eating his vegetables while eyeing the chocolate cake promised after the meal (the salad becomes a means to an end). Jesus taught us to pray, "Thy kingdom come," indicating we should be longing for heaven. So how do we effectively live on earth with heaven ahead?
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How to Stand When They Want You to Fall
Philippians 1:27-30
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The truth is, we’re surrounded and outnumbered! The vast majority of the people we encounter in life don’t share our values nor worship our God. The difficulty of the Christian life is that we’re called to stand up for Christ when the rest of the world wants us to sit down or fall flat. They would much rather that we keep our mouths shut and conform to their standards. Let’s consider four spiritual weapons that will help us in the fight to stand strong in our faith.
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50 Philippians - 1999

The theme of Philippians is being like Christ. Skip Heitzig expounds on its teachings about the dual citizenship of the believer, and belonging to the Kingdom of God while living on this earth.

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Profile Of a Saint
Philippians 1:1-2
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12/5/1999
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A Partnership in the Family Business
Philippians 1:3-7
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A Friend of mine was sitting next to an actor on an airplane when the entertainer asked him what line of work he was in. My friend courteously answered, "I'm in the security business." To which the actor responded favorably asking, "What kind of security?" "Eternal security!" my friend retorted, and then went on to share the gospel with the inquiring actor. As Christians we are related to God as our heavenly father. As His sons and daughters we have inherited a family business.  Let's see what it is and how it works.
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12/12/1999
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What Most People Never Pray For
Philippians 1:8-11
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David Mace noted, "One of the great illusions of our time is that love is Self-sustaining. It is not. Love must be fed and nurtured, constantly renewed." Paul's deep love for the Philippian Christians prompted such a renewal of their love-by prayer. Paul prayed for what most never pray for-genuine love to be evident in his friends' lives.
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12/19/1999
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Joy When You Least Expect It
Philippians 1:12-14
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1/2/2000
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How To Handle Problem People
Philippians 1:15-18
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The Future Never Looked Better
Philippians 1:19-21
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1/16/2000
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Living Between Two Worlds
Philippians 1:22-26
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Thomas Watson wrote, "Spiritual things satisfy; the more heaven is in us, the less earth will content us." The longer that authentic believers live here, the more serious become about what lies beyond. Even Jesus taught us to pray saying, "Your kingdom come! Today We take an honest look at the meaning of Christian life and Christian death through the eyes of Paul.
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1/23/2000
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Stand Up And Be Counted
Philippians 1:27-30
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Let's face it! We are a marked group of people. We are carefully watched, and even scrutinized, from the first moment that we declare our allegiance to Jesus Christ. Sometimes the scrutiny turns into flat out ridicule, or even worse. It's not easy to stand up when the rest of the world seems to want us to sit down in conformity with them. How can we successfully live our lives, before the unbelieving world, in such a way that they really count for something? Four qualities are needed.
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1/30/2000
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Harmony In Our Spiritual Home
Philippians 2:1-4
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2/6/2000
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Who Is Jesus Anyway?
Philippians 2:5-8
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The Cross, The Crown, The Christian
Philippians 2:8-11
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2/27/2000
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Working Out What God Works In
Philippians 2:12-13
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Any activity in life where there are two parties involved demands cooperation. Marriage requires two people who will collaborate together to ensure that they adjust to each other and respect each other. Corporate business requires cooperation, as does a team sport. Likewise, Christianity does too. Following Christ is not a unilateral endeavor where We sit and watch. Nor is it something we singlehandedly work hard to attain. Once We're saved We must cooperate!
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3/5/2000
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Standing Out From The Darkness
Philippians 2:14-16
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It's not easy to be a Christian these days. It never has been. While our culture touts individualism and uniqueness, it doesn't tolerate the uniqueness of the Gospel message very well. The tendency then becomes to blend in with our surroundings. Spiritual entropy has been the penchant of God's people from the beginning. We must resist the pull to become like everyone else and, instead, celebrate our uniqueness as God's children; we must stand out brightly against the darkness of our society.
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What Makes A Mature Christian?
Philippians 2:19-24
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Paul knew the value of having true friends who stuck with him during difficult times. He mentions two of them right in the middle of his letter-Timothy and Epaphroditus. Timothy was a growing young believer who embodied maturity in spiritual things. Timothy is a good example for all of us to aim for. Such believers are valuable to the church and to individuals within it. As we go through Timothy's profile, see how your life matches up to some of these qualities.
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A Choice Servant Among You
Philippians 2:25-30
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Some of God's best servants often go unnoticed. They serve behind the scenes away from the limelight. After using Timothy as an example of Christian maturity, his good friend Epaphroditus gets mentioned. This guy was a layperson; he had no official position. Because of that, his character seems more "reachable" perhaps than other examples of service and maturity.
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5/14/2000
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Being Joyful By Being Careful
Philippians 3:1-3
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You have already heard Paul tell us to "rejoice" He's at it again, only this time he adds precautionary measures to the command. There are circumstances, things, and people that can rob us of our joy in the Lord. Find out who they are and find out who you are in Christ!
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5/21/2000
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Testimony Of An Ex-Rabbi
Philippians 3:4-10
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Onward Christian Athletes
Philippians 3:12-16
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"On your mark, get set, 'bang!'" The gun goes off with a blast and the race has begun. There is a sense of exhilaration in a race; the excitement of Competition is delightful. However, in the race of life, the competition isn't with one another, but rather with one's self. There are five essential elements in becoming a winning champion.
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6/4/2000
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Citizens And Foreigners
Philippians 3:17-21
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You've heard it before, "This world is not my home; I'm just passin' through!" That could never be truer than when spoken by the Christian. This earth is both temporary and preparatory. The best is yet to be! As citizens of heaven we are, in a sense, foreigners here on earth. But there are also foreigners who pretend to be citizens of God's Kingdom.
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6/11/2000
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Standing Victorious In Life's Battle
Philippians 4:1-5
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Like a military commander, Paul gives several pointed exhortations to his friends at Philippi in the closing section of his letter. Knowing that they were under attack by spiritually destructive forces such as false teaching and divisiveness, Paul presents instruction in the form of brief summary statements to help them overcome spiritual pressure in several areas.
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6/18/2000
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Winning The War With Anxiety
Philippians 4:6-7
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In writing about our culture, John Haggai stated, "Worry is ravaging societies worldwide...in America at least, it has virtually become part of the national culture. You could write on countless American gravestones the Epitaph: "Hurried, Worried, Buried.'" What a sad way to live! These next two verses of scripture are among the most treasured by Christians worldwide, because of their power to overcome the tendency to be overwhelmed by anxiety.
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6/25/2000
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I Think; Therefore I Do
Philippians 4:8-9
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There is a battle being waged for our minds. The battlefields abound: In the universities, professional journals as well as the media and popular press, the war of ideas is being waged. Since it's impossible to go through the day without colliding with worldly ideas, we must take control of what we fix our thoughts on. Why? Because planting an idea can result in producing an action. What we ponder we eventually practice!
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7/9/2000
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The Secret Of A Tranquil Life
Philippians 4:10-13
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Jesus told us that one of the reasons He came was so that we could enjoy a certain kind of life. "I have come," said Jesus, "that they may have life, and that they may have it more abundantly" (John 10:10). There was a sense of fullness in life that Paul seemed to experience wherever he was. It could best be described as tranquility - a combination of joy, peace, contentment and confidence. At the end of his letter, Paul reveals the elements of life that bring about such a state.
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Perspective For Your Pocketbook
Philippians 4:14-21
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Welcome to one of the most refreshing sections of Scripture dealing with finances. Far from being a message of high-pressured hype, Paul approaches this closing theme with tact and forthrightness. Here, our money is elevated to the level of a practical tool to be used now and profited from later. One of the most practical gauges of spiritual maturity is financial responsibility in spiritual things.
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7/23/2000
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Living With Radical Joy
Philippians 1-4
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Today we are completing our journey through this Wonderful letter of Paul to the group he dearly loved in Philippi. We have noted that this is a letter packed full of joy - in fact I would call it "Radical Joy!"  We have tapped into some very powerful truths that have already changed some of our lives greatly. Today we will review the four major contributors to this radical joy!
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50 Philippians - 1986

Though the apostle Paul wrote Philippians from a prison cell in Rome, he encouraged the church at Philippi to give thanks and rejoice in all circumstances. He also called them to reject legalism, live humbly, and embrace unity. Join Pastor Skip Heitzig for this study through one of Paul's most inspiring and frequently quoted letters.


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Greetings You Philippians
Philippians 1:1-2
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6/29/1986
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Joy through Fellowship
Philippians 1:3-11
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7/6/1986
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God's Plan and Paul's Predicament
Philippians 1:12-18
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7/13/1986
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Fuel for the Future
Philippians 1:19-26
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7/30/1986
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Fighting for the Faith
Philippians 1:27-30
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8/10/1986
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Getting Along As Siblings
Philippians 2:1-4
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8/17/1986
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Being Like Jesus
Philippians 2:5-11
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8/24/1986
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Working in Working out Our Salvation
Philippians 2:12-18
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8/31/1986
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Paul's Right Hand Men - Timothy and Ephaphroditus
Philippians 2:19-30
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9/7/1986
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Danger Ahead - Proceed with Caution
Philippians 3:1-3
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9/14/1986
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The Great Exchange
Philippians 3:4-11
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9/21/1986
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Onward Christian Athletes
Philippians 3:12-16
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9/28/1986
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Heaven's Homesick Citizens
Philippians 3:17-21
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10/5/1986
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Practical Stuff for Normal Christians
Philippians 4:1-7
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10/12/1986
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Your Mind Matters
Philippians 4:8-9
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10/19/1986
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Learning to be Content
Philippians 4:10-13
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10/26/1986
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Perspective for the Pocketbook
Philippians 4:14-23
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