We have hope in that we don’t have to face life alone or abandoned to figure it out on our own.
As we pass through the holidays of Rosh Ha Shanah, Yom Kippur and enter into the week of Sukkot, we are reminded of the temporary nature of this life and the need to reconnect with God for mercy and provision. We begin a new series starting with hope which is found through reverence and relationship with Him.
Romans 12:19-21 – leaving room for His mercy
Romans: 12:14-16;18 Bringing healing through our words and actions
Romans 12:12-13 continues to guide us on having hope, patience and looking for opportunity to show the love of Jesus to others.
Continuing in the series, we look at Romans 12:9-21, specifically verse 11 on keeping our diligence and remembering what our focus needs to be in these perilous times.
Continuing in the series, we look at Romans 12:20 and how we can show the love of Jesus to others and strengthen ourselves in these perilous times.
These are no doubt perilous times, as the Scripture foretold in 2 Timothy 3:1-5, but in all that we face and what’s to come there IS hope and you can prevail. We’re breaking down Romans 12 with a step by step approach to help inspire and comfort.
Shavuot (Thurs evening – Saturday evening) is a time to celebrate God giving us His Word as well as the traditional provisions of the harvest. In this encouragement, we look at what the people of Israel had to overcome to obtain that blessing. We consider and look at our own struggles and what God’s plan is for us – are we moving through the trials or wishing things were easier?
Strength doesn’t always spring from where we expect. Our encouragement for the week is from Proverbs 31:10.