"godliness" Tagged Sermons
Sermon text: 1 Timothy 6:6 In his first ever “sermonic word study” Pastor Bruce looks at what it means to be godly. Paul wrote to Timothy that godliness with contentment is great gain. If we understand that contentment is finding our sufficiency and purpose in Christ, then what is godliness? And why does possessing this trait bring the believer great gain?
We enjoy so many blessings in this life. But do you enjoy Jesus? It’s sort of a weird question. But the focal verse for this sermon tells us that godliness with contentment is great gain. If you’re a follower of Jesus, godliness should describe your life. And contentment simply means you find satisfaction in living that godly life. Do you find contentment in Jesus?
God pours out His grace on all of mankind each and every day. This is known as God’s common grace. But to make the most of God’s grace you must first accept His offer of salvation through Jesus Christ. That’s when you begin to experience God’s special grace. Then you will be able to live a life yielded to God, anticipating Jesus’ return, and passionate about God’s program.