Come, Lord Jesus
The Latin word adventus means “coming.” The last words in Scripture are “Come, Lord Jesus!” So, we enter a new Church Year with our eyes fixed on the End—capital “E”—when Jesus Christ will come and destroy this sin-broken world.
Advent is necessary to prepare us for Christmas. It enables us to understand the true significance of Christmas. Advent allows us to see that because of what Christ did when he came the first time, believers need not fear when he comes again. Instead, we yearn for it. Come, Lord Jesus!
Nov. 27 - Come, Lord Jesus as King
Dec. 4 - Come, Lord Jesus as Judge
Dec. 11 - Come, Lord Jesus as Messiah
Dec. 18 - Come, Lord Jesus as Immanuel
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Hope can be a rare guest in our hearts. Hopes for the future fade away. Hopes for peace are shattered by conflict. Hopes placed in politicians are dashed. Hopes for our relationships with others get torn apart. Hopes for our own lives don't match the present reality.
But there's good news. Hope is delivered.
Living Hope Lutheran Church wants to fill you with God's message of hope. The hope God gives you is more than just the hope of wishful thinking. The hope God gives you is a living hope, a firm conviction built on the resurrection of Jesus from the dead.
Hope forever in Jesus brings hope for your every day.
HOPE for everyday people
HOPE for everyday problems
HOPE for everyday unknowns
HOPE for everyday anxiety
HOPE for everyday life