“Finding Philemon“

Speaker: Troy Champ

Series: One Another

Primary text: Philemon 7

Speaker: Troy Champ
Series: One Another
Primary text: Philemon 7

Find a Philemon by being a Philemon.

You may have a personal relationship with God, but do you have a shared relationship with God? Faith begins with an individual commitment, but it doesn’t end there—it is lived out through relationships with others. In the short book of Philemon, Paul gives insight on the impact of spiritual friends as he writes to his dear friend. “Your love has given me great joy and encouragement, because you have refreshed the hearts of the Lord’s people.” (v. 7) If you don’t have someone in your life who drives you to thank God when you think of them, then you need to find a Philemon. Find a Philemon by being a Philemon.

Other texts in this message: 1 Corinthians 13:4-6, Hebrews 10:25, 3:13, 1 Thessalonians 5:11, Acts 2:42

Homework

Ask God for a Philemon

Devote time and energy to finding a Philemon.

Join a small group

Remember, Philemons aren’t flawless. They’re refreshing.

Thank God for your Philemon.

Thank your Philemon for being a Philemon.

Read the “One Another” passages of the New Testament.

Read everything Henry Cloud writes.

See a counselor.

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Verse for the Week: Philemon 7

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Worship Songs

I Thank God
Aaron Moses / Chuck Butler / Dante Bowe / Jesse Cline / Maryanne J. George

Gratitude Medley
Benjamin William Hastings / Brandon Lake / Dante Bowe

What a Beautiful Name
Ben Fielding / Brooke Ligertwood‎


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