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The church in Corinth had forgotten. They were divisive. Insensitive. Argumentative. Rebellious. They listened to false teachers who questioned the message of Christ and who accused Paul of being unreliable and a false apostle. Paul knew the Corinthian church needed a reminder, so he wrote a heartfelt letter defending his character, ministry, and message. The letter reminded the Corinthians to turn from their worldly ways and to think and live in ways that honor God. Likewise, Paul’s second letter to the church at Corinth encourages us to look at our own lives so we won’t forget what really matters.
Unshakeable Hope — Max Lucado
Hope can be hard to come by these days. Whether it’s heart disease or cancer, job failure or addiction, natural disasters or family disasters, mass murders or mental illness, there are so many reasons to be overwhelmed.
In Unshakable Hope, Max Lucado unpacks 12 of the Bible’s most significant promises, equipping you to overcome difficult circumstances by keeping your focus on the hope found in the promises of Scripture rather than dwelling on the problems in front of you. For every problem in life, God has given you a promise.
In a world full of instability, we do not need more opinions or hunches; we need the definitive declarations of our mighty and loving God. Join us as we take a closer look at Scripture’s unbreakable promises that show us how to live with unshakable hope.