“Be Assured, You are Not Alone!”

Sunday Sermon

We Can Know that God Has a Way of Working All Things for the Good. That doesn’t, of course, make them good. Great and terrible evil and sickness still happen in the world, and we don’t want to confuse them with God continuing renewal of His creation. . . . The last word in this whole matter is a Word of love. No matter what, God will be there in the midst of our situation to care for those whom He has called. That in the midst of suffering, God sent his Son to suffer along side us, to die to redeem us, and to rise to justify us. You see, because of the Cross of Christ, nothing can separate us from the love of God.

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