Being “at peace” means different things to different people. For some, it means a lack of stress in life. For others, it means financial security—money in the bank, nice things, and good retirement plan. Ask a mother of young kids and she might describe the hour after the kids have gone to sleep as being peaceful. From a Biblical point of view, peace comes first from a person, not from right circumstances.
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Revelation 1:8 says “I am the Alpha and the Omega” says the Lord God, “who is, and who was and who is to come, the Almighty.” This morning as we look at this verse we will find that the hope of Jesus is not some intangible thing that we have to hope someday comes true. The hope of Jesus is right here, right now. Jesus was the hope back then, the hope today, and the hope for tomorrow. Christian hope is powerful because it is certain. Our hope is driven by faith in the living God who is, who was, and who is come.
We are going to hear testimonies about the work of Montana On A Mission, the Ministerial Association and Helping Hands, and then about other things happening in our culture at large.
We have fallen into the trap of not being thankful. It’s just to easy to forget to “count our blessings,” say thank you, and have an attitude of gratitude. What does thankfulness look like in everyday life? And how can we live thankful lives before God and others? Scripture: Luke 19:11-19 and others
This week of our fall sermon series addresses skepticism about the exclusive claims of Jesus. We will cover Scripture in John 14.