Sermons on Hope
Jesus is more than just a Savior. While that alone is more than enough, our relationship with Jesus goes beyond simply knowing His as the One who can forgive our sins, it encompasses Jesus being our friend.
In order to keep hope alive in our spirits, we must make sure we feed it properly. Hope can be a perishable commodity, so the proper ingredients are needed to keep it alive.
In our current world, hope is something that seems in short supply. A global pandemic, division and hatred spurring social disturbances, and an international scene that seems on the edge of destruction. How can we have hope?
One label that seems to haunt many people is broken, It seems like if you haven’t been, or currently aren’t broken, you will be at some point in the future.
As our journey to experience the heart of God continues we take a stop at a well. We see something that is eye-opening, God has a heart for outcasts!
Every journey has a beginning. As we begin a journey into the heart of God from now until Easter, we will also have to have a beginning.
Hope does not mean wish when it is applied to our spiritual life; at least, it isn’t supposed to.
During times of chaos and tumult one natural response can be despair. However, for someone who desires to be a disciple of Jesus, despair isn’t the answer. We can learn from Jesus about how to respond in order to overcome despair.
The Christmas season can be difficult to navigate. What is the priority for a Christian during this season? Perhaps we can start with a celebration of hope, by celebrating the Child, Jesus!