Suffering that Leads to Hope

Suffering that Leads to Hope

April 08, 2018 | Wes McAdams

Passage: Romans 5:1-5

Paul writes several things in Romans 5:1-5 about hope, but one of the most remarkable is that we rejoice in our sufferings because our suffering leads to hope. Because of the cross and the Spirit, our perspective on suffering has been forever turned upside down.

Series Information

As Christians, the empty tomb should make us a people committed to hope. No matter what horrible things happen, we have a different outlook on the future because of the past. Some people consider themselves optimists, some consider themselves pessimists, and still others consider themselves realists; but Christians are people of hope.

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