Weekly Teaching from the Pastors at Grace Point Church in Vestal NY
The 2020 Vote: Avoiding Election Infection – Part 1
As we close in on the election on November 3rd, it is easy to see that politics isn't an emotionally neutral topic. It has the power to divide us instead of bring us together. Politics can so color the way we see the world that we are left wondering if someone could hold political beliefs different from our own and still be a follower of Jesus. Election years tend to infect many of us with fear and try to push us into tribes or "packages" of beliefs and values. Today we take some time to remember that God is sovereign, and for the Christian, their eternal citizenship is with a different kingdom.*** Discussions Questions Below ***
Philippians – Part 22: Supplying All Your Needs
This Sunday is our last message in our series on Philippians. These final three weeks have been devoted toward looking at contentment, greed, and why God wants us to be generous with our time, talent, and treasure. My prayer is that this series has helped you in your faith and understand God's plan to make you more joyful in any circumstance.*** Discussions Questions Below ***
Philippians – Part 21: Breaking The Cycle Of Greed
Greed and contentment cannot coexist. Either you allow greed to push your desire for more and more, or you are content with what you have. This week we look at three steps to become more content in life.*** Discussions Questions Below ***
Walls To Tables: Repairing Relationships In Jesus’ Name
Too many times, we find ourselves building walls in our relationships with other people. Yet, God tore down the wall that was between us and Him when Jesus gave Himself to pay the penalty for our sin. Knowing that He did this for us, should encourage us to build “tables” where we can try to be reconciled with others.
Philippians – Part 20: Partnering With God
If keeping things and amassing riches is your objective rather than releasing them and using them for the Lord, you will completely miss contentment. We will be most content when we are grateful for what we have, satisfied with what we make, and generous to those in need. This is what partnering with God is about.*** Discussions Questions Below ***
Philippians – Part 19: Contentment
If we are honest with ourselves, most of us lack contentment. This lack of contentment tends to be tied with our circumstances in life. The apostle, Paul, had experienced much hardship in his life, but was able to be content in the end. He had learned how to be content, which is something we can learn as well.
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