A Living Hope

Episode 3 February 20, 2022 00:44:39
A Living Hope
First Baptist Owasso
A Living Hope

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Chris Wall • 1 Peter 1:3-9 ESV

When Christ saves us and then grows us, so many blessings come our way. We have a hope that is living. We have strength and purpose through trials. And, there is no more fear in death. For every believer, our last day on the earth will be the day we receive the goal of our faith. That will be the day we cross the finish line experiencing seeing all that salvation means in real-time. The challenge is to live today with the end in mind. When we live this way, we make the days of our lives really count. Make it count...

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