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Sermon About Hope: Live on Hope Romans 5:1-5

Sermon About Hope: Live on Hope Romans 5:1-5


Intro.

In order to receive anything from God, we must first believe. If we do not believe, then we cannot expect to receive anything from God. However, we should never stop believing. Our faith will continue to grow until we reach perfection.

We live by faith because our hope is in Jesus Christ alone. He has done everything necessary to save us from sin and death. His sacrifice on the cross was sufficient to pay for our sins and give us eternal life. Faith and hope are joined, 1 Cor. 13:13; Eph. 4:4-5. 

3.  Do you live in hope? What is your hope? In whom or what do you put your hope? Is your hope reflected in who you are, what we say and do? Why do you have hope?

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I.  The Resurrection's Hope (Christ is our hope, 1 Tim. 1:1).

The resurrection signaled the hope that people can be better. Eph. 2:1-10, Romans 6:5-12

We hope in Christ because of His victory over sin and death, 1 Cor. 15:19-20; 1 Thess. 4:13-14 (2 Cor. 4:14, 16).

Resurrection hope directs us to put greater value on life after death instead of being fearful of death, cf. Phil. 1:19-23.

This resurrection signaled the hope all people can put their faith in the true God I Thess. 1:10, Acts 17:29

His resurrection gives us HOPE. “I am the resurrection and the life” -Jn 11:25. This hope is the anchor of our soul -He 6:19, 20

This resurrection signaled the hope all people are not confined to this world, I Cor. 15:19, I Cor. 6:14 and II Cor. 4:14-5:5

Faith is defined as “the belief in something for which there is no proof.” It is an act of trust in God. We believe in things without evidence because we trust that God has our best interests at heart. This is what makes faith so powerful.

The resurrection of Christ is the most important event in all of history
It is only through His resurrection that we find the forgiveness of sins and hope beyond the grave.

II. The Hope of Eternal Life, Titus 1:1-3.


Hopefulness. The means of this hope. Through the resurrection of Jesus. The permanence of this hope.
Imperishable, undefiled, and unfading. The certainty of this hope. Guarded by God’s power. Peter’s purpose is to continue to encourage the Christians to remain faithful even in the face of trials. I and II Peter.

In fact, there are lots of reasons why we might lose hope. If we think about it, we realize that we often lose hope when we face adversity. 

We lose hope when we see others who seem to be doing better than us. We lose hope when our friends and family members aren’t supportive. 

We lose hope when things don’t work out as planned. And we even lose hope when we try really hard and still don’t succeed.

Hope of eternal life lays up treasures in heaven, Matt. 6:20-21.

By faith, our sure and steadfast hope overcomes doubt, dread, and fear, Rom. 5:3-5, 12:12.


III.  The WORLD HAS NO HOPE, Eph. 2:12 (1 John 2:17).

Hope is not just an emotion; it’s also a belief. It’s something that we have to believe in.
Hope is a powerful force for good. But when we lose hope, it can become a destructive force. In this sermon, learn how to cultivate hope in yourself and others.

Set hope on the future

U need an action side to hope, you need to prepare your mind, gather up loose ends, develop a disciplined mind. 2Ti2:3-5 Hb12:1 Co3:2-4

No Hope in Sin, Only Eternal Death, Rom. 6:23.
Sermon About Hope: Live on Hope Romans 5:1-5


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Conclusion

God has promised us eternal life through His Son, Jesus Christ.

In John 3:16, we read “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.” This verse tells us that God loves us so much that He sent His own son, Jesus Christ, to die on the cross as an atonement for our sins. Because of this, we can now receive salvation and eternal life through Him.

Christians are “called in one hope of your calling” (Eph. 4:4):

  a.  Hope of salvation (Rom. 8:24; 1 Thess. 5:8).

  b.  Hope of resurrection (Acts 24:15; 1 Cor. 15:19).

  c.  Hope of eternal life (Col. 1:5; Titus 1:2).

  d.  Hope of glory (Col. 3:4; Rom. 5:2).

4.  Psalm 42: Hope in God in the midst of distress.

 

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By: Joe R. Price. Posted September 8, 2021 
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John 3:16: For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life (NVI)