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Our World Is Full Of “Quitters”

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Scripture: Psalm 127
Topics: Christian Contentment, Culture & Politics, Vocation, Contributor: Joel Webbon

You don’t have to be the most gifted individual to be successful, you just have to be consistent. Christian men won’t always be able to OUTSMART our pagan contemporaries, but we can OUTLAST them.

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Social Justice Is A Hatred Of God’s Sovereignty

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Scripture: Psalm 127
Topics: Christian Contentment, Culture & Politics, Vocation, Christian Contentment, Culture & Politics, Vocation, Christian Contentment, Vocation, Anxiety, Christian Contentment, Christian Contentment, Contributor: Joel Webbon

It is God who assigns wealth and possessions to each individual. Our job is to accept our lot in life and rejoice in our labor. This does not mean that we cannot avail ourselves towards improvement, but a lack of contentment regarding our current circumstances is an indictment of God and his sovereign plan. “Behold, what I have seen to …

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The Sin of Grumbling

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Scripture: Psalm 71
Topics: Christian Contentment, Culture & Politics, Vocation, Christian Contentment, Culture & Politics, Vocation, Christian Contentment, Vocation, Anxiety, Christian Contentment, Christian Contentment, Christian Contentment, Contributor: Joel Webbon

May we never forget that God killed an entire generation of Israelites in the wilderness because of their sin of grumbling. The sin of grumbling reveals an even deeper sin: The sin of unbelief.

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True Christians Rejoice in the Spread of the Gospel

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Scripture: Romans 1:5-7
Topics: Christian Contentment, Culture & Politics, Vocation, Christian Contentment, Culture & Politics, Vocation, Christian Contentment, Vocation, Anxiety, Christian Contentment, Christian Contentment, Christian Contentment, Christian Contentment, Personal Holiness, Bitterness, Christian Contentment, Christian Ministry, Evangelism, Gospel, Contributor: Joel Webbon

Do you rejoice to hear about the gospel being faithfully spread throughout the world even if God chose you use someone else to accomplish the work, instead of you?

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The Blessings of God

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Scripture: 1 Timothy 6:17-21
Topics: Christian Contentment, Culture & Politics, Vocation, Christian Contentment, Culture & Politics, Vocation, Christian Contentment, Vocation, Anxiety, Christian Contentment, Christian Contentment, Christian Contentment, Christian Contentment, Personal Holiness, Bitterness, Christian Contentment, Christian Ministry, Evangelism, Christian Contentment, Contributor: Joel Webbon

When a person is fulfilled in Christ, they are actually enabled to enjoy God’s temporal blessings in this life more, not less.

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The Gospel: How God Makes Miserable People Happy In Him

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Scripture: 1 Timothy 6:13-161 Timothy 6:13-16
Topics: Christian Contentment, Culture & Politics, Vocation, Christian Contentment, Culture & Politics, Vocation, Christian Contentment, Vocation, Anxiety, Christian Contentment, Christian Contentment, Christian Contentment, Christian Contentment, Personal Holiness, Bitterness, Christian Contentment, Christian Ministry, Evangelism, Christian Contentment, Christian Contentment, Doctrine of Man, Gospel, Gospel, Contributor: Joel Webbon

According to Philippians 2:6-8, Jesus willingly chose to empty himself, so that empty people might become full of him.

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Showing Gratitude By Enjoying God’s Good Gifts

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Scripture: 1 Timothy 6:9-10
Topics: Christian Contentment, Culture & Politics, Vocation, Christian Contentment, Culture & Politics, Vocation, Christian Contentment, Vocation, Anxiety, Christian Contentment, Christian Contentment, Christian Contentment, Christian Contentment, Personal Holiness, Bitterness, Christian Contentment, Christian Ministry, Evangelism, Christian Contentment, Christian Contentment, Christian Contentment, Idolatry, Contributor: Joel Webbon

As Christians, we want to be careful not to fall into Prosperity Gospel, but we also want to be careful not to overcompensate and fall into the Poverty Gospel. Both are unbiblical.