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Living Your Best Life, Even Now.

**Opening Prayer:** Dear Lord, we gather here today in your name, seeking wisdom, understanding, and the fullness of life that only you can give. Bless this gathering, that we may feel your presence among us. Amen.

**Scripture Readings:** - John 10:10 (NIV) - "The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy; I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full."- Philippians 4:12-13 (NIV) - "I know what it is to be in need, and I know what it is to have plenty. I have learned the secret of being content in any and every situation... I can do all this through Him who gives me strength."


Good morning, beloved! The world often tells us that our best life is one filled with material riches, success, and freedom from hardship. Yet, we find in Scripture that living our best life is not merely an external circumstance but an internal transformation through our relationship with Christ.

**1) The Fullness of Life in Christ: John 10:10**

Jesus tells us that He came so we could have life "to the full," or as some translations put it, "abundantly." This does not imply a life free from trials but a life rich in joy, peace, and purpose rooted in our relationship with God.

**Practical Application**: What is a full life like for you? Are you allowing room for God to fill your life with His goodness, even amidst challenges?

**2) Contentment in All Circumstances: Philippians 4:12-13**

Paul writes from a jail cell, speaking about the secret of contentment. It's not about the situation; it's about the state of the soul. With Christ's strength, we can endure and even thrive in various circumstances.

**Practical Application**: Are you content in your current situation, or are you waiting for things to get "better" to start living your best life?

**3) The Call to Live Actively, Not Passively**

James 2:17 reminds us that faith without works is dead. Living your best life now means actively participating in God's plan, not just a bystander.

**Practical Application**: How can you be God's hands and feet in your community? How can you reflect His light in your daily interactions?


Living your best life doesn't mean waiting for perfect conditions; it means diving into the fullness of life God offers us here and now. We find this fullness when we ground ourselves in Christ's teachings, find contentment in every situation, and actively live out our faith.

**Closing Prayer:** Lord, help us to live our best lives now by focusing not on worldly measures but on a life rich in relationship with you. Amen.

Altar Call:

"As we close this service, I want to extend an invitation to anyone here who wants to experience this 'best life' that Jesus promises. Maybe you've been away from God or never committed to following Him. Today can be the day of a new beginning.

If you feel that tug on your heart, I invite you to pray this prayer wherever you are right now, and don't worry about what others might think; this is between you and God."

Sinner's Prayer:

"As we come together at the altar, I want to lead you in a simple prayer known as the 'Sinner's Prayer.' This prayer isn't a magical formula but a sincere conversation with God. If you're ready, you can pray this prayer silently in your heart or out loud; it's your choice.

'Lord Jesus, I know I am a sinner and need Your forgiveness. I believe that You died for my Sins and rose again. I invite You into my heart and life as my Lord and Savior. Help me to turn away from my Sins and to live my best life in You, starting today. Thank you for the gift of eternal life. Amen.'

If you prayed this prayer for the first time or are recommitting your life to Christ, I celebrate with you! I encourage you to speak with a Born Again Christian Pastor or church leader to help you take the next steps in your Spiritual journey."

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