Sunday, March 27, 2011

Hope for the Suffering

Many of you are facing difficult times. Suffering is something none of us want to go through, yet God uses suffering to chisel our characters and eventually create within us an attitude of hope. Check out today's message from the Scotch Ridge pulpit.

1 comment:

  1. This was a great sermon, Joe! In searching for the answer to 'why do we have to suffer' my eyes were opened to Genesis 3:6 where Eve ate the forbidden fruit. At that moment, sin, with all its dreadful consequences, entered the human race and the world in general. It is through Christ that God brings us back into His presence and gives us even greater blessings than were lost in the garden – restoring us to perfect joy!