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This message explores the difference between faith and hope.
Faith is something we exercise many times a day, but when it comes to faith in God it is a word that's often misunderstood. In this second message in the series Words to Live By Pastor Ron defines faith as the Bible uses the term and creatively illustrates the importance of having one's faith anchored in God alone.
This sermon talks about the hope we have in the Lord and how it should lead to a life that reflects our obedience to him. It also explores the idea of being glad about being a Christian and what impact that should have on your life.
The Psalmist is struggling through a time of deep pain and hurt yet has a job to do as a warrior-worship music leader and cannot give in to the depression. He uses his situation to write and lead a maschil, a teaching song, that explores faith in pain and loyalty to a God that seems to be far away...
The way the Bible uses the word hope is much different from how most people use the term in our day. In this introductory message in the series Words to Live By Pastor Ron unpacks the meaning of the term and shows how placing our hope in Christ and the wonderful future He is preparing for us can motivate us to live for Christ every day.
When we are being pulled and pushed by the forces of our world, we some times find ourselves in the midst of darkness or we lose sight of God. We must refocus ourselves on our creator even if it is in the dark.
Jesus said that your private time with God will be rewarded publicaly and even abroad. Not that we can manipulate God, but it is what it is! 77 minutes.
All of our hearts have been turned towards Moore Oklahoma this week. Why do these things take place in our world today? What is the cause of these events? Is God to Blame for the trials and circumstances in our lives. It is sin, not God, that is at the root of the things happening in our world. We have an enemy that seeks to destroy and tear down. We have hope in the midst of the storms of life because of Jesus Christ.