I was raised Catholic and fell off the wagon around the late high school early college years. I’ve recently moved and my girlfriend and I started attending what I guess would be non-denominational Christian church. The pastor is pretty good. He’s young, excited, and smart so he gives relevant and motivating homilies. I like this church because so far all of the messages can be secular as well. My girlfriend is not religious so this is important for us.
So, I thought we could have a thread that discusses the various messages from churches across the T-Nation. Hopefully this thing can take off.
This message this week was how hope and faith are interdependent on one another. God has made us a promise and that gives us hope. With that hope in our hearts we are compelled to have faith that if we follow God, he will make good on His promise.
The pastor discussed how no matter how rotten things may get in life, if you hope in God and maintain your faith, then you will be rewarded. He also talked on how hopelessness is a tool of Satan that will cause people to act savage and cruel.
More was said, but this is all I remember. Maybe I should start taking notes, anyone else do that?
Please, share your messages or discuss this one.