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Do You Need Hope Today?

March 28, 2023

Do You Need Hope Today?

Do You Need Hope Today?

By Sarah Wright

Could you use some hope right now?

Come experience A LIVING HOPE

Hope for those who long.

Hope for those who struggle.

Hope for those who feel lost or unseen.

Hope for those who are undergoing trials.

Hope for those who have failed, miserably.

Hope for those who think their trespasses are too great.

Hope for those who wonder if God is there or if he is good.

Hope for us.

Hope for us to trust.

Hope for us to have faith.

Hope for us to have courage.

Hope for us to live out good lives.

Hope for us to have our hurts healed.

Hope for us to have a more glorious future.

Hope that one day all that is wring will be made right, forever.

Peter’s first letter offers us a living hope – a hope you and I have searched for our whole loves. A hope that offers us security and certainty. A hope that says, “It will get better.” A hope that does not fail, does not quit, does not falter, and does not forget! A hope that can withstand every trial, including the one you’re going through right now. You see, when all of life fails us, and even life itself is threatened, we need a source of hope that is even greater than life itself to help us endure.

My prayer is that through the study of 1 Peter, you become utterly convinced Jesus is the only sure, true, incorruptible, and permanent hope for you.

 

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A Living Hope

Could you use some hope right now? Join Peter’s first audience—“elect exiles” undergoing persecution—and experience the apostle’s powerful call to follow Jesus in the midst of life’s challenges, knowing your Living Hope is not a distant one, but a daily, glorious, life-giving reality! This unique six-week small group Bible study, A Living Hope: A Study of 1 Peter, helps you uncover the priceless promises written specifically to the struggling and the hurting, with pastoral gentleness and bold confidence for the future. This study of 1 Peter will help you become utterly convinced that Jesus is the only sure, true, incorruptible, and permanent hope for you.




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