A People of Hope

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By virtue of our union with Christ, we are a people of hope. It is true that because of Jesus we have hope. But there’s much more: since the hope isn’t bound to one subgroup of people or a single nationality, we are carriers of this hope to those without it.

So how does this hope change the way we live?

Title: A People of Hope

Text: Acts 16.11–18


  • Paul
  • Lydia
  • the slave girl


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