Sermons on Hope
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!
A life out of focus is a life that is without meaning and purpose. When the people in a church are not focused, the church will also be out of focus. This is the fourth message in this series on how to have a focused life; this week looks at the necessity for followers of Jesus to be joyful!
Life is a journey–it has a beginning, middle and end. We all start with the same beginning, spiritually speaking. We get to choose the middle and end. So, what choice will you make?
Whenever we speak about the future, it seems like the word “hope” comes into play. While it isn’t a bad word, if we use it in place of “wish” we have a serious problem. Our hope isn’t meant to be a wish…