God’s Grace – Trin-i-tee 5:7

Song God’s Grace Artist Trin-i-tee 5:7 Album Trin-i-tee 5:7 Hits 1998



Everything you need is right here
All of your problems, yes I’m aware
And when you’re down, I’ll be right there
You can call on Me cause
I hear your prayer
No other name can put joy where there is pain
He will do it for you but first, you gotta know that it’s by god

It’s by God’s grace
All things through Christ Jesus
No weapon formed against me shall prosper
I’m so glad to know (so glad)
It’s by God’s grace
All things through Christ Jesus
No weapon formed against me shall prosper

Say you got laid off
Can’t pay your bills
Sick, can’t get well
My Jesus heals
He’ll brighten up your darkest day
Put trust in Him
And he’ll make a way
Anyone the son sets free – is free indeed
He will set you free
But first, you got to be a believer and know that it’s by God

It’s by God’s grace
All things through Christ Jesus
No weapon formed against me shall prosper

Come on in before the sun goes down
Even though the devil’s got you bound
Know you’re tired of going round and round
Take the Word and knock him down
He’ll forgive you of your sins
Open up and let Him in
Let the Lord show you His love
By the mighty God, we’re conquerors

Be Content

To “be content” is a command in the Bible. Therefore:

Be content with your salary – Lk 3:14 – The laborers who agreed for a penny a day, and labored all day to get it, were upset when those who labored the last hour of the day were given the same pay, Matt 20:1-16. You’re more likely to be discontent if you are discussing your salary with others. The old saying was, “When I get a raise, then I’ll be content.” That’s usually not true. A person in another church said that a man in his church was upset with him because he was more successful than the fellow who was upset. The trouble with this person is that he was not content with what he was making.

Be content with your state – Phil 4:11-12 – Paul said, “in whatsoever state I am therewith to be content.” Paul had to learn this, 2 Cor 11:27. After he went through nakedness and hunger, then he knew. You really appreciate a meal and clothes after you haven’t had either, 1 Tim 6:8.

Be content with your stuff – Heb 13:5 – “Be content with such things as you have.” See Matt 6:24-34. Do you own money or does it own you? “He that loves silver shall not be satisfied with silver; nor he that loves abundance with the increase,” Ecc 5:10. Possession is not satisfaction; contentment is satisfaction.

Be content with your Savior – Heb 13:5-6 – He said, “I will never leave you.” Then it doesn’t matter what circumstances we face or what trials we are in. The Lord is there with us through everything: medical tests, financial difficulties, the death of a loved one, a job change, a deployment, or whatever. The Lord is right there with you through the whole thing. Acknowledge Him and trust Him and be content with Him, regardless of the outcome.

Conclusion: Because godliness with contentment is great gain, 1 Tim 6:6, it’s something money can’t buy. If you want to know what God thought about money, look how much He gave His Son. With contentment, you don’t need one more thing in your life. You can be content with whatever the Lord provides. Add up everything you have that money can’t buy and death can’t take away. The sum will reveal to you how rich you really are.