Ken Green - December 16, 2015

Hope — Found in the One Who Has Come

Jesus has come and He brings hope to those who live in a world darkened by hopelessness. Jesus’ actions reveal Him as the ultimate Hope-Giver: “the blind receive sight, the lame walk, those who have leprosy are cleansed, the deaf hear, the dead are raised, and the Good News is proclaimed to the poor.” Remarkably, some who saw and encountered Jesus in His day could be blind to His coming as the Hope-Giver. How can we today live lives filled with expectation and joy that help others recognize the hope that Jesus desires to deliver to them?

Scripture References: Luke 7:18-35

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