One of Paul's letters that resonates with this theme and series is Philippians. Written from prison, possibly in Rome near the end of his life, Philippians captures Paul's reflections on his journey. He begins the letter with gratitude, thanking God for the faithfulness of his Philippian friends.
Despite years of hardship and opposition, Paul grapples with the choice between continuing to live and serve or finding rest in God through death. He writes, "For to me, living is Christ and dying is gain" (1:21). Through his experiences, Paul learns to be content, whether in abundance or in need (4:11-12).
This message delves into Paul's contemplation of whether his journey has been worth it and what truly matters in life. This profound message will inspire and uplift your spirit.