"Hope" Tagged Sermons
The world is broken. Since the fall we know we are not at home. There are many pointers in the bible showing us the hope we have in God’s Kingdom. We confidently climb Mnt. Zion.
The final part of the series, Elisha prophesied that God would deliver Israel from siege. The armies of Samaria flee and the spoils are found by lepers. Evangelism is just one beggar telling another beggar where to find bread, the bread of life.
Knowledge makes all the difference, Experiential knowledge of God brings us hope in a promised inheritance through the power of the God who resurrect!
The wisemen of the Christmas story is a bit unexpected. What was neat is they enter the story with the desire to worship the new King Jesus, that is all. Where king Herod desired to kill Jesus. We need to dethrone the “mini-king” Herod in our hearts and worship Jesus just because of who He is.
We have a great hope in Gods promises. We have a great hope in Him. Now, a call for action. Be different as your God is different.
Our identity should begin with being a Christian. We are chosen and our faith is the structure that we see the entire cosmos through. The outcome of our faith is the salvation of our soul.