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Sermons about Tragedy
In response to the recent tragedy in our community, we are reminded that God welcomes us in our tragedy. He wants to be the God of our tragedy. Though we may question and doubt, God wants us to invite His work in our difficult times.
Where is God in tragedy and suffering? A study on the Book of Job.
Choosing to focus on God in the midst of tragedy.
“Everything has an end” Chaucer, Dickens, Riley as well as many others have offered variations on the “all good things must come to an end” sentiment. Tragedy seems to be as much a part of the human condition as life itself. From the soaring heights of last weekend’s Creation story, we find ourselves entering into seemingly irreparable brokenness. And the story continues… Innately, each of us recognizes that things are not as they should be. But do we truly see how deep the problem goes? ‘Living a better story’ means coping with the reality of the one we’ve written to this point.
This message is brief comments on the tragic shooting at the Sandy Hook elementary school in Newtown, CT. It is meant to give us perspective and hope as we seek to understand this horrific tragedy.
Part 6 in FUEL HS Ministry's Simply Jesus Series. In relation to the Theater shooting in Colorado we walked through Luke 13:1-9 where Jesus addresses why things like that happen...