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Insurmountable Value of Virtue

November 29, 2020 Pastor: Eric Cuenin Series: Virtuous

Topic: Virtuous Passage: Philippians 2:1-11, Philippians 4:8, Philippians 1:27

Insurmountable Value of Virtue

Perhaps we may have gotten lost this year in the isolation from Covid or maybe the elections have caused people to be angry and jaded about life.  The basics of Thanksgiving and Christmas is really two-fold.  First it has to do with offering praise to the Lord that has done so much for us and for our salvation.  Second it has to do with the opportunity to treat others with Christ-like virtues.  We are to  live a thankful life and not function as the world often does in anger and upset.  We are to rise above and be selfless people that exhibit godly traits that both please the Lord and do good toward others.

Primary Scripture: Philippians 2:1-11; 4:8