In our culture today as people grow in doubt about God, one of the chief weapons to grow that doubt is to raise the question as to whether a loving, gracious and merciful God could send people away from Him forever into a place of eternal punishment. How fair could that be?
Having a clear picture of our eternal home with God will influence our daily decisions. This morning, we want to think about eternity and the hope that is an anchor for the soul.
There is a reason the Old Testament book of Psalms has been described as “man’s cry addressed to God.” It speaks to our greatest fears and calls for our even greater faith.
How hard it is to make commitments to the Lord for ourselves, but it is even more difficult to make commitments to keep toward our children. Hannah had such a love for Samuel and for the Lord that she gave us a great example of training for our children.
The Lord brought the world’s most famous sermon to a stirring conclusion by extending the invitation for His audience to respond. The right response provides a firm foundation for life and for life to come.