In our final sermon in the Cycle of Contentment mini-series and our study of Paul’s letter to the Philippians, Pastor Sonny concludes by discussing how the Apostle’s motivation for ministry was not for financial gain, but rather seeking the fruit of the church’s growth, beginning the cycle of contentment all over again.
What is the secret to cheerful, generous, willing, giving? Contentment. The Philippians knew how to handle being brought low. Because they were convinced, by faith, that their supply would never run out because they had access to the very power of God through Christ Jesus.
In this week’s message, Pastor Sonny continues to unwrap the secret to biblical contentment, exploring what the Apostle Paul means when he says that he can do all things through Christ who strengthens him.
For most people, being content is to be in a positive situation. But as Philippians 4:12 shows, that’s definitely not what the Apostle Paul means by contentment. Being content, the way the bible defines contentment, is based on something that we know, something that we have learned. In the second part of our mini-series on […]
According to the Apostle Paul in Philippians 4, the cycle of contentment begins with God and flows to the giver through generosity which then flows through to the one in need, and goes back to God through the praise and worship of both. In the first of a five-part mini-series on biblical contentment, Pastor Sonny […]