As the story of Joseph shows, God doesn’t shield His rescuers from pains and trials on the way to using them to rescue His people, but He does show His faithfulness, His consistency, His never changing nature, and His every abiding presence.
Our greatest need for rescue is from the very wrath of God Himself because of the sin that is in each of us, and for that we need a special kind of rescuer — One who will satisfy God’s demand for perfection and humility and love. A rescuer who will ultimately give Himself up as […]
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.