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Embracing Hope Defined

During last Sunday's powerful service led by our esteemed pastor Dr. GreGory, he spoke of the divine inspiration he received while walking the aisles, a message that echoed with the resounding cry of hope. "Hope Defined," he proclaimed, encapsulating the essence of his revelation in two simple words.


As Dr. GreGory delved deeper into his sermon, he spoke of the power of hope to defy the odds, to transcend limitations, and to bring about miraculous transformations. "You wanted to kill my hope," he exclaimed passionately, "but something down inside of me is telling me hope, hope, hope!"


With every word, Dr. GreGory reminded us that hope is not just a fleeting emotion but a steadfast anchor that grounds us in times of turmoil. "Hope is the soil from which faith grows," he proclaimed, urging us to nurture this precious seed within our hearts.


Drawing from scripture, Dr. GreGory highlighted the timeless truth that hope transcends time itself. Quoting from Romans 8, he emphasized that hope is eternal, a beacon of light that shines through the darkest of nights. "Hope is outside of time," he declared, encouraging us to anchor our faith in this unshakeable truth.


But hope, Dr. Gregory cautioned, is not passive; it requires action. He challenged the congregation to examine our motives and desires for the things we want. We were cautioned that hope shouldn't be in houses and cars and land. What we wear and what we have. Is our hope in meeting a status quo or is our hope defined on things above?


Colossians 3:2 Set your minds on things above, not on earthly things.


2 Corinthians 9:8 And God is able to bless you abundantly, so that in all things at all times, having all that you need, you will abound in every good work.





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