Contentment With Our Possessions

The Gospel Coalition 2014 Clarus Regional Conference


In this 63-minute session, Thabiti Anyabwile, pastor at Anacostia River Church in the Washington, D.C. area, looks at our possessions not as a source of discontentment, but as a potential means to cultivate greater satisfaction in our lives. 



Which of Thabiti’s points did you find most impactful? Why?
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What did the Lord reveal to you through this message? (Did you gain a specific insight into your life or ministry? What challenged you? Were you convicted of sin?)
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How were you encouraged through this message? How can you use what you’ve learned to encourage someone else—in your personal life, at work, or at church—and equip them as a disciple of Christ?
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How, practically, can you implement what you heard from this message in your life and/or ministry today? What will you do differently this week because of what you’ve just heard?
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If you look at your possessions, it may seem like you don’t have enough to be happy. Your contentment may feel like it depends on just one more thing. But the power of the gospel in our lives makes it possible not just to be content with what we have, but to take what we have and use it to grow more contented with our state of life. 



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