Hope is a term that is occasionally misinterpreted. The term frequently carries a twinge of doubt in our daily speech. For example, we’re saying that we’re hoping for a friend to drop by or a change in the weather. However, the term “hope” in the gospel is certain, unshakable, and active.
We put our faith in God’s promises when we have hope. We may live with the serene confidence that we will be rewarded for our good deeds with eternal life in the hereafter and tranquility in this world. Join us this Christmas as we take a deep approach to hope and what it stands for through Jesus Christ.
What questions do we need answers to concerning hope?
A dramatic monolgue by Pastor Chris Giddens,
He is enough when I don’t feel I have enough.
I’m never alone when I feel alone.
He makes me worthy when I feel unworthy.
I am sure when my future seems unsure.
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Mark your calendar now and make plans to join us this Christmas season as we focus on our need for hope and the true source of hope. We look forward to meeting and worshipping with you.