Living Today in Light of the Future

Sunday Sermon — Romans 8:16-28

This message is about the day-to-day struggles and challenges that we face every day. The bad news we receive from the Doctor: Cancer. The heartbreaking realization that this person is really leaving me. After awhile it is hard to cope. What makes it worse is I’m a Christian, and I thought this stuff wasn’t supposed to happen to someone of my faith. But there is great news. God is working through these things and bringing His plan to completion. The key for us is to live today in light of the future.

Listen to the sermon here: (Delivered, July 23, 2017).

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