Kevin Dibbley - July 19, 2020

July 19, 2020 "Carpe Diem: Seeing, Seizing, and Celebrating God-given Gospel Opportunities"

Praise God for our Sunday worship services! I am enormously thankful for the joy and privilege that so many of us have been granted to worship together outside! The sunshine! The beauty of Lake Wasserman! The joy of great gospel worship! What a gift! Likewise, praise God for the numerous people who are connecting online to worship the Lord with us. God is at work! This Sunday, we are going to see that we can feel this way about God’s work in our lives not just on sunny summer days. You can feel this way when locked up in a prison in Caesarea! In our study of Philippians 1:12-18, we will see how glad- hearted the apostle Paul is because his arrest and imprisonment for the gospel has ended up advancing the gospel in some amazing ways! Gordon Fee writes “Paul is hardly languishing in prison!” Will you pray for your heart and my heart, for your mind and my mind? Will you pray that we would learn to see and to seize the glorious opportunities for the gospel that God places before all of us on a regular basis. Would we learn that there is no reason to languish in our circumstances, when Jesus is Lord. We might be in chains but the gospel is not!

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