"Hope" Tagged Sermons
“For the which cause I also suffer these things: nevertheless I am not ashamed: for I know whom I have believed, and am persuaded that he is able to keep that which I have committed unto him against that day.” (2Timothy 1:12)
How will we deal with the sudden difficulties of life if we already struggle with the standard trials? If running with footmen trouble is, how will we be contending with horses? This is the question God responds to Jeremiah with, and is a question we should ask ourselves.
Rejoicing in Hope 29-11-2020 Romans Commentary Pr Edi Giudetti 12 Rejoicing in hope; patient in tribulation; continuing instant in prayer; Romans 12:12 Paul writes to the gentile Church that was founded by him in Rome. He left this Church to faithful men to continue on in the work, and he writes to them simply one of the most profound and sweeping books of the Bible. The Book of Romans It is profound respecting its logic and depth of teaching, Paul moves from…
There can be no greater witness of hope than the resurrection of Jesus Christ. In this witness he demonstrated that he had had not only died for the sins of the world, but that he achieved the fulfilment of the law in paying the penalty of sin for all who believe. His resurrection witnessed the victory that all desired to know was accomplished.
The greatest joy of all is having the rest and comfort of Christ during times of fear and concern. “Come unto me all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest” says the Lord. Here we have a Place of Rest, an appointed people suited to the rest offered, and exchange of burden and a rest for the soul. What a blessing the Bible is, and what hope we have.
It might surprise many that even creation itself has been affected by the fall of mankind and is awaiting the redemption of that purchased possession. We ourselves groan within ourselves, longing for the redemption of this body, so too creation.
Heirs OF God, the portion of Romans chapter eight is one that gives the greatest anticipation for the Glory of Heaven and everlasting life. How those who have trusted in Christ are adopted Children of the living infinite God of Heaven and how we share in the inheritance of Christ. Incredible. Why wait before you turn to the Lord? To what end is this temporary life and all its endeavours, when you can live with divine purpose and a calling that is absolute and an inheritance that can never fade away? Why would you go from the darkness of this temporary world and then into the darkness of eternal damnation, WHEN HOPE IS LAID BEFORE YOU? To what end is madness such as that? Only Jesus Christ offers the reward of everlasting life, ONLY HE has ever said and promised, “I give unto them eternal life and they shall never perish” (John 10:28a)
Rejoice in Hope The passage we see given us in Romans 5:1-4 is one that should rejoice the hearts of all people, especially those who have taken Jesus Christ at his word and have been saved by their faith in the work that he did specifically for them on the cross. God made an opportunity for all people to be perfectly forgiven for their sin and wonderfully have their hope secured for everlasting life. This is why those who now…
Revelation Survey The last book of the Bible is as much the last as genesis was the first. Both written by direct inspiration and not by experience. One written of the past the other of the future. The beginning and the end. This Revelation Survey is the last sermon on this series, and it is a serious sermon surveying the things that will come in the not too distant future. THE REVELATION OF JESUS CHRIST The Revelation of…