Reasons to Worship and Rejoice

Morning Service
Apr 14, 2024

When our outlook begins with an attitude of worship, our attention is redirected from present suffering, to the God who gives us hope. In 1 Peter, Christians are reminded that no matter what trials we face, we always have reasons to worship. First, our future hope is secure. Second, as we are stretched by suffering, we are forced to hold more tightly to our Savior. And third, we have the privilege of being able look back and see the finished work of Christ. Because of his death and resurrection, we have every reason to worship and rejoice.

Topics: Suffering, Hope, Worship, Joy

1 Peter 1:3-12

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