The Assured Hope of Future Glory (Romans 8:18-25)
Scripture: Romans 8:18-25
In this section of Romans Paul explains that the sufferings experienced now during this present age pale in comparison to the tremendous glory that awaits those who believe in Jesus Christ. We also learn today of the importance of living by faith and not by sight. Paul explains that those who apprehend the future promises of God are those who wait eagerly by faith. This should serve as a strong reminder to all believers that attempting to know God by various forms of mysticism is a fool’s errand. Come and hear just how glorious the future is for those who walk by faith.
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