With Christmas coming up it means that there is a break from normal routine and a time for a holiday. In theory a holiday means that you may have some more time on your hands. I'm hoping to use some of my extra time to get stuck into Philippians. I'm driving to and from Sydney this break, so that will be a good time to burn a sermon or two to listen to in the car.
I have no real reason why this book, except that Marshill Church just finished a series on Philippians in about 10 sermons and I am having about that many days off from work over the break.
May I encourage you to do something similar (it doesn't have to be Driscoll yelling at his church about Philippians). Desiring God has a few sermon series's that you can select from..
Direct links to the Philippians sermons:
(they are around the 30mb mark, right click and select "Save As...")
The Rebel's Guide to Joy (Acts 16; Phil. 1:1-1a)
The Rebel's Guide to Joy in Loneliness (Philippians 1:1b-11)
The Rebel's Guide to Joy in Suffering (Phil. 1:12-18)
The Rebel's Guide to Joy in Death (Philippians 1:19-30)
The Rebel's Guide to Joy in Humility (Philippians 2:1-11)
The Rebel's Guide to Joy in Temptation (Philippians 2:12-30)
The Rebel's Guide to Joy in Conflict (Philippians 3:1-11)
The Rebel's Guide to Joy in Exhaustion (Philippians 3:12-4:1)
The Rebel's Guide to Joy in Anxiety (Philippians 4:2-9)
The Rebel's Guide to Joy in Poverty (Philippians 4:10-23)
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