Content Tagged: Hope
When we don't respond to tragedy the way the world expects, we get their attention. Through the life of Ezekiel, we see how our response to tragedy and suffering can glorify Christ even in the midst of personal pain.
If Christ was not raised from the dead, then we are without hope. Sin and death stand as victors over us... but Christ was raised, and so we have hope, and confidence, and victory, and purpose for our lives. For additional sermons in this series, click here. ...
When the world mocks our beliefs, how will we respond? When they laugh at the idea of resurrection, will we surrender this tenet of our faith, or will we cling to it and share it no matter the consequence? Those who compromise will end up losing that which they hold most dea...
Advent hope is one of the most powerful virtues for the believer. We are reminded of what it is to hope in the Messiah, which frees us to love others deeply.
Without the resurrection, we have no hope. Because of the resurrection of Jesus we have comfort in our sorrow, confidence in God's truth, and courage to live purposefully in anticipation of Christ's return.