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Feeling Vulnerable: Anchor in Hope
We have this sure and steadfast anchor of the soul.
Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen.
HOPE: Present confidence ANCHORED in God’s past work.
- Regularly review your Trusting in Christ story.
- Regularly review God’s spiritual work in your life.
- He called us.
- He redeemed us.
- He justified us.
- He sanctified us.
- He will glorify us.
- Regularly review your spiritual identity.
- Journal God’s work in your life—the blessings and the challenges.
- Read God’s Word daily.
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An anchor, representing Jesus, was the early Christian symbol for safety, security, and hope. Jesus is the only one who provides an unshakeable and unbreakable hope in the stress of life. With the COVID pandemic, we are all faced with the same storm – and yet each of us are impacted differently, like being in different boats. Throughout life we will face challenges, hardships, and struggles– so what keeps us anchored? The unshakeable truths we can hold onto through any storm.
Other sermons in the series
Those who are anchored to Jesus—we win!!
As Christians, in confusing times—how do we anchor ourselves in Jesus?
Five principals of anchoring in trust.
Who are you? Better question: Whose are you?
God is a personal God.
Active obedience moves us from self-focused to others-focused.
Love=commitment to obedience.
HOPE: Present confidence—ANCHORED in God’s past work.
Every anchored believer should live with a loose grip and a firm grip.