John begins his first letter by testifying that God came in the flesh as Jesus Christ—which means you can enter into the joy of having fellowship with God.
In Christ, God offers us a hope so strong that our faith can endure the bitterest loss. NOTE: There were recording problems at the beginning of the message. Around 10 minutes into the sermon, the audio clears up considerably. We apologize for the inconvenience.
When our lives are fixed on Jesus, His hope shines through us. NOTE: Due to issues at the time of recording, the audio quality of this sermon is not up to our usual standards. We apologize for any inconvenience.
You can have hope because even your afflictions are designed to make you rely on God.
Jesus’ resurrection provides the power you need to please God.
In our Western culture, we tend to individualize just about everything. However, the Bible emphasizes the Church to be God’s people. The Apostle Paul calls believers to interact differently from the world.
Because of what Christ has done for us, we have the privilege of working, trusting and shining for Him.
One of the most comforting attributes of God is that He is present everyone we go. Download the weekly Bible Study that goes with this sermon.
You can press into even the hardest of circumstances knowing that God’s grace is working for your joy. Download the weekly Bible Study that goes with this sermon.
Because God never changes, He is always faithful. And because He is always faithful, you can always trust Him. Download the weekly Bible Study that goes with this sermon.
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