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2019-05-05 SBCF Bulletin

2019-05-05 SBCF Bulletin

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knew that only God could quench that thirst; the thirst of the soul!
if And after being away from God for a time, he longed to be close to

| Him once again!

| In John 4:10, when Jesus was talking to a Samaritan woman, He
said, “If you knew the gift of God and who it is that asks you fora
i| * drink, you would have asked him and he would have given you

£b= ‘%® i siliving water.” Then Jesus said, “Everyone who drinks this water
(referring to the water in the well) will be thirsty again, but
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A genuine connection with Christ Jesus will truly satisfy our souls
Bis ayro=r%, in a way only God can do. Jesus is a spring that never dries up and
always freely gives. He is a spring that, not only gives life, but gives
ETERNAL LIFE!

©eef© Is your soul thirsty, my friend? Come to Jesus and He will quench
the longing in your soul. Come to Jesus and be refreshed in His
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everlasting love!

Rev. Maurice Rivera, Lead Pastor

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BREAKING GROUND

SERMON i2: THE BIGGER PICTURE

Rev. Mau Rivera / Philippians 4:10-20

NOW THAT YOU'VE BROKEN GROUND, REVEL IN COMPLETE CONTENTMENT,
PROMOTE GENEROSITY, AND TRUST IN HIS SOVEREIGN PROVISION

|. COMPLETE CONTENTMENT

101 rejoice greatly in the Lord that at last you have renewed your concern for me. Indeed, you have

been concerned, but you had no opportunity to show it. “/ am not saying this because |am in

need, for |have learned to be content whatever the circumstances. #1 know what it is to be in
need, and | know what it is to have plenty. | have learned the secret of being content in any and
every situation, whether well fed or hungry, whether living in plenty or in want. ®I. can do everything

through Him who gives me strength.

ll. ENCOURAGED GENEROSITY

“Yet it was good of you to share in my troubles. *Moreover, as you Philippians Rnow, in the early
days of your acquaintance with the gospel, when |set out from Macedonia, not one church
shared with me in the matter of giving and receiving, except you only; *for even when |was in
Thessalonica, you sent me aid again and again when |was in need. Not that | am looking for a
gift, but | am looking for what may be credited to your account. */ have received full payment and
even more; |!am amply supplied, now that | have received from Epaphroditus the gifts you sent.

They are a fragrant offering, an acceptable sacrifice, pleasing to God.

Ill. SOVEREIGN PROVISION

And my God will meet all your needs according to His glorious riches in Christ Jesus. ?°To our
God and Father be glory for ever and ever. Amen.

STUDY GUIDE

The following supplementary Study Guide Is designed to enhance your understanding and application of the message.
it is recommended that the guide be conducted in @ small group setting such as your bible study Connect Group.

OBJECTIVE::
TO START YOUR FOUNDATION HAVING COMPLETE CONTENTMENT, BEING ENCOURAGED TO
GIVE, AND TRUSTING FULLY IN THE SOVEREIGN PROVISION OF GOD,

SYNOPSIS::
In Paul's letter to the Church of Philippi during his incarceration, he emphasized the deep

importance of love as a key to rootedness in Christ. In Philippians 4:10-20, he concluded his letter
by expressing the importance of generosity while being content knowing that God's provision is
wholly adequate in any and all circumstances.

INTRODUCTORY QUESTION:
When was the last time you helped someone and what exactly did you do?

wasAPPLICATION QUESTIONS::

1. _Inverses 10-13, Paul rejoicing about something. What exactly was that?
a. What secret did Paul discover about being content?

2. In verse 14, Paul mentioned his sentiments when addressing how the Church of Philippi
“shared in his troubles". To what exactly was he referring to?
a. In what other ways can one "share" in someone else's troubles?
b. Inverse 15, Paul talked about the matter of “giving and receiving”, to which he states
that it was only the Church of Philippi that participated in this good act. What did he
mean by that?
c. In verses 17-18, what was the main point Paul was trying to say about the act of
‘giving and receiving”?

3. Inverse 1g, Paul gave the Philippians a comforting promise of God's provision. Why was he so
sure about his statement?

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ABOUT SBCF

Subic Bay Community of Faith started in the summer of 2010 when a vision of church
planiing in Subic Bay Freeport Zone was laid in the hearts of John Phillip and Mei Chua
Chiaco. On September 25, 2010, thirty-five people met for the first worship service with Rev.
Noel Pantoja, assisted by his loving wife Jenny Pantoja serving as the Lead Pastor/Church
Planter of the team. A year later, Rev. Maurice Adam Rivera was called to continue the

spiritual leadership of SBCF.

While the church over the years continued to participate in numerous community-based
ministries such as outreaches, medical missions, church planting, fellowship groups,
ministering to the ministers, and other similar activities, the Lord steered the leadership of
His Church to prioritize discipleship and focus on the internal growth of those called to
SBCF. Through His leading and voice, the mission of SBCF became clear: to Develop
Dynamic Disciples by leading others to cultivate their inner life through Christ Jesus.

Today, SBCF continues to champion the call to Christian authenticity by prioritizing our own

relationship with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. We encourage people of all ages and
backgrounds to come and experience the joy and restedness only Christ can bring.
Worship with us, and come as you are! Welcome to the SBCF family!

ABOUT THE SERMON SERIES

BUILDING DEEP:BREAKING GROUND

Imagine a tree without its roots. Or a building without a solid foundation. A strong wind blows, and that
structure falters, lin our spiritual lives, a solid foundation is needed to keep us firmly rooted in Christ, But,
where to start? First, we must break ground.

The key to a strong foundation begins with the act of Building Deep, We need to dig deep to discover what

-it means to be anchored and rooted in Christ with joy and gladness, The Apostle Paul - through his writings

found in the Book of Philippians shows us how love is the means to this rootediness iin Christ, which helps
us develop a sense of joy and unwavering commitment to the faith, no matter what the circumstances may

be,

Continue your Journey with us as we Break Ground together to discover the deep things about God, with the
aim to cultivate a stronger relationship with Himl

CHURCH COUNCIL CHAIRMAN MINISTRY DIRECTORS

Bishop Noel Pantoja 0920 932 6291 CONNECT GROUPS CJ Bacatat 0917 189 0729
0917 774 7788
LEAD PASTOR FIREWALL Jaki Pantoja 0966 317 2619
Chris Dumlao 0917 893 0517
Reverend Mau Rivera 0917 142 1112 FRAMEWORX 0918 925 5628

CHURCH ADMINISTRATOR KIDS HUB Mei Chua Chiaco 0917 142 1112
0917 164 1218
Phillip Chua Chiaco 0917 326 9703 LADIES’ LINK Edna Cruz

MEN’S DOS Rev. Mau Rivera

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@ 0917 142 1112 6 [email protected] Fi vy @sbcfaithph

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