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In Ruth 1-2, we see 3 different responses to loss. Nobody likes loss, but is there a right way to deal with it? Even more so, is there a place to find satisfaction and refuge in our loss?
This sermon shows how God is still present in the lives of those who suffer great loss. It is evident in the lives of Naomi and Ruth after the deaths of their husbands. Christians today can find comfort in knowing that God loves and cares for His people even when life turns painful and apparently hopeless.
The scientists can't prove it, but you have a soul. Scripture says that 'God breathed the breath of life into humankind.' Do you believe it?
Jesus says that those who mourn will be comforted. What are they mourning and why is it a given that they will be comforted? Listen for the answers in this message from Matthew 5, verse 4.
Paul is clear that the great call of the Christian is to rejoice in the beauty of Christ, and in doing so, Paul regarded everything (especially his religious accomplishments) as one big loss . . . a steaming pile of "poop"!
Jesus tells his closest followers that he would be leaving them. He knew they would be scared and feel alone, but that he would return to them as well. in this message we will discuss the difference between happiness and joy. Joy will be an attribute of God that we will acquire if we follow him, but it won't come easy, and it won't come fast.