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Kevin Dibbley - September 20, 2020

September 20, 2020 - Complete Rubbish: Why Paul Abandoned Religion for Christ (and why you should too!).

Gospel Friendships

This Sunday’s message is entitled Complete Rubbish: Why Paul Abandoned Religion for Christ (and why you should too!). We are going to be examining one of the most important passages in the book of Philippians and one of most powerful texts in the New Testament. Philippians 3:4-11 describes the apostle Paul’s decisive break with religious performance. One thing was clear for Paul - seeking what Christ could do in and through his life was an infinitely superior pursuit to seeing what Paul could do for Christ and for God in his own strength. Getting off the treadmill of religious performance was the most important decision of Paul’s life and it is the same for each of us. The Christian life is a courageous pursuit of experiencing the person of Christ leading us powerfully through things we would never choose into an eternity that we will never regret.

Scripture References: Philippians 3:4-11

From Series: "Gospel Friendships"

Gospel Friendships: Finding Joy and Resilience Through Deeply Devoted Christ-centered Friends

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