Lesson 2 of 2
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Lesson 2: Cooperate With You Prosperous Nature

Study Guide / Outline


  • Summary: The introduction sets the stage for the sermon, emphasizing the importance of understanding God’s desire for our prosperity and how it aligns with His purposes.
  • Main Points:
    • Emphasis on God’s desire for our prosperity.
    • Prosperity serves a purpose beyond personal gain.
    • Importance of focusing on God’s kingdom rather than worldly distractions.

Understanding Prosperity in God’s Terms

  • Summary: This section delves into the biblical understanding of prosperity, distinguishing it from worldly views and linking it to fulfilling God’s purpose.
  • Main Points:
    • Prosperity is meant for enabling us to fulfill God’s kingdom business.
    • It’s about moving beyond personal needs to focus on serving others.

Biblical Basis for Prosperity

  • Summary: The sermon explores the biblical foundations for prosperity, citing scriptural references to support the concept.
  • Main Points:
    • Prosperity is a part of God’s plan as stated in the Bible.
    • Scriptures used: Ephesians 1-3 highlights that believers are already blessed in Christ.

The Role of Faith in Healing and Prosperity

  • Summary: This section connects faith with receiving healing and prosperity, emphasizing the ‘now’ aspect of faith.
  • Main Points:
    • Healing and prosperity are already accomplished in Christ.
    • Faith should be in the present, not future tense.

The Heart of Giving

  • Summary: Discusses the importance of the giver’s heart condition in the act of giving, tying it to biblical teachings.
  • Main Points:
    • The condition of the heart in giving impacts the blessings received.
    • Motives in giving are crucial according to biblical teaching.

Scriptural Principles of Sowing and Reaping

  • Summary: Explores the principle of sowing and reaping, focusing on the quality of giving rather than the quantity.
  • Main Points:
    • Sowing sparingly or bountifully reflects one’s perception of God.
    • Scriptures used: 2 Corinthians 9:6-7 discusses the principles of sowing and reaping.

Operating in God’s Provision

  • Summary: Discusses operating in the realm of God’s provision, which goes beyond financial aspects.
  • Main Points:
    • Emphasis on seeking God’s kingdom first for provision.
    • The concept of provision is linked to fulfilling God’s vision and purposes.

Practical Application of Giving

  • Summary: Encourages practical application of giving in everyday life, extending beyond the church setting.
  • Main Points:
    • Encourages believers to be sensitive to the Holy Spirit in giving.
    • Giving should be an everyday practice, not limited to church offerings.

Conclusion and Call to Action

  • Summary: Summarizes the sermon’s main points and calls the congregation to apply these principles in their lives.
  • Main Points:
    • Encouragement to adopt a lifestyle of generosity and faith.
    • A call to trust in God’s provision and to step out in faith by giving generously.

Final Blessing and Prayer

  • Summary: The sermon concludes with a prayer and blessing, affirming the congregation’s identity as blessed and prosperous in Christ.
  • Main Points:
    • Prayer for the congregation to embrace their identity in Christ.
    • Blessing the congregation to walk in the fullness of God’s promises.